Poker Ramblings of cmitch

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Total

Running

Total

Profit/

Profit/

Buy in

W/L

Loss

Loss

1

$ 21

$ 40

$ 19

$ 19

2

$ 21

$ 40

$ 19

$ 38

3

$ 52.50

$ 100

$ 47.50

$ 85.50

4

$ 52.50

$ 100

$ 47.50

$ 133

5

$ 105

$ 200

$ 95

$ 228

6

$ 105

$ 200

$ 95

$ 323

7

$ 210

$ 400

$ 190

$ 513

8

$ 210

$ 400

$ 190

$ 703

9

$ 210

$ 400

$ 190

$ 893

10

$ 520

$ 1,000

$ 480

$ 1,373

11

$ 520

$ 1,000

$ 480

$ 1,853

12

$ 1,030

$ 2,000

$ 970

$ 2,823

13

$ 1,030

$ 2,000

$ 970

$ 3,793

3 responses to "Heads Up Step Challenge Spreadsheet"

  1. Sometimes the font shows up huge when you mail it from excel to blogger. What I do is highlight everyhing, change the font size to small, then change it back to normal. That usually corrects the size issue. Not sure if that happened for you or not.

    A lot of f'ing work just to get a spreadsheet to work huh?!

    Hey, I got your message...thanks for the heads up...it didn't effect the payout $, I just put 6 tables instead of 10 tables...

    I appreciate you catching that. I am very intrigued by your HU Steps...I may have to do it but start at the $5 or $10 level...

    TripJax

  2. I like this HU Step System. I think I'm going to give it a whirl. With your permission, I'd like to write about it too, during which I will of course give you the credit for coming up with the idea. I think it would be a nice addition to my limit challenge structure for readers looking to play within a certain bankroll. Really innovative stuff, btw.

    HighOnPoker

  3. Go for it Jordan. I enjoy reading your blog and your different challenges. The idea was inspired by all the different challenges that you have on your website, TripJax's "Poker Sites take Notice" and some posts that I have read on message boards about doubling up every time you win.

    I wanted to double up every other time so that you have something to show for your efforts, rather than win 5 in a row and lose money.

    cmitch