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So the age old question, all the hours we put into this game to keep score, how much are we up or down? Apparently a very high percentage of people who play online poker lose money because of rake and not being able to beat a more and more competitive game each year. The game online in 2003 was less competitive than in 2012 with more forums, educational material, training sites and strategy books being spread out amongst the community. Feel free to post your scores here, whether your up or down theres always room to improve :-)
3 years ago
#1
Because I started one year ago without deposting by using a $50 no deposit bonus, I exactly know what I have won, because I never deposited own money.
So my current entire bankroll are my earnings (approx. $ 800).
3 years ago
#2
Since 2000 ive cashed 4800$ deposited less than 100$ and wont ever deposit until theus govt fixes the mess they started.
3 years ago
#3
I played with a friend account and I won a WSOP package that's $12k , since I wasn't 21 years old I couldn't play in WSOP.
We took the money and split it.
That's was amazing

3 years ago
#4
MIGO14 (#2) wrote: Because I started one year ago without deposting by using a $50 no deposit bonus, I exactly know what I have won, because I never deposited own money.
So my current entire bankroll are my earnings (approx. $ 800).
same here man, I never put my own money online and so far Ive bought myself a couple nice things plus a cool bankroll to keep on playing from time to time. I have cashed out several times but still have around 300 to keep my name at the tables

3 years ago
#5
3
I honestly couldnt tell you a set amount that i have lost. I have never deposited onto a online poker account.I have mainly started with nothing and joined freerolls and particpated in sites that allow you to earn amazon gift cardsand other things and sold them for poker money.But i think the most i have lost in a single hand was 300-400 bucks.But the most i have won was hittin a royal flush and raking it 1500 bucks.
3 years ago
#6
17
3
I was running bad on full-tilt. But since then I think I am breaking about even by using better BR management. I haven't made a cash deposit on any online poker site since Black Friday, and I have no intention of doing it again anytime soon.
3 years ago
#7
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Thanks all for your feedback and its nice to see we have so many winners on poker.org. It seems a lot of you have cashed out decent amounts from poker and that is very encouraging :-)
3 years ago
#8
The small amounts I deposited way back when I started is earned back. I'm way up


The only time I deposit is when I need to make a deposit with my Visa to be able to withdraw to it again

3 years ago
#9
so far out of pocket than I lost $ 100 I lost were restu castigatii tournament and play poker for 5 years
2 years ago
#10
Overall I'm probably up about $350. Most of this was years ago on FTP, and I pulled all of my poker money out and went traveling. I've been playing again for about a month and I'm down about $25. I've gone on a massive losing streak the past few days though, I was up about $50. I'm mostly just relearning a LOT right now.
2 years ago
#11
210
6
DON'T LOSE A LOT BUT I SAY THAT I WON MORE THAT I LOOSE
2 years ago
#12
144
6
EVEN or up. i don't deposit and am a freeroll whore
2 years ago
#13
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unkclan (#13) wrote: EVEN or up. i don't deposit and am a freeroll whore
ive become a freeroller too, but in the past ive deposited a fair bit.
2 years ago
#14
4
I am all about freerolls, online i am even. At the casino i am down about $300. I look at it as a investment and hopfully in the long run it will pay off!

2 years ago
#15
3
Losing is an incentive to win.
The more you play, the more you win ...................... or lose!
2 years ago
#16
1139
9
Ive lost just about everythin on both my poker clients i had made around 40 euro without deposits but to get back to that level playing sit n go n freerolls wud b difficult n very time consuming so i would be making a deposit soon and hope to build my bankroll again.
2 years ago
#17
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