What is BRM in Poker?

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Last Updated: January 23, 2024


BRM in poker stands for bankroll management, a vital aspect every poker player should master. Setting and managing your bankroll minimizes the risk of ruin and dictates what stakes you can afford to play. There’s no exact rule of how big your bankroll needs to be, although recommendations state that it should cover at least 50 buy-ins for the stakes you’re playing at.

BRM Poker Example:

Let’s say that you’re playing 25c/50c online poker games. The buy-in for these games is $50, which means you need to have a bankroll of $50 * 50 = $2500.

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