Let me start by saying that i am a winning poker player and i hold every kind of proof in my hands to show that. Some facts: Total Prizes: $121K Total Profit: $24K ROI: 24% ITM (in the money): 14% I started playing poker part time two years ago. I play both offline and online but the biggest success i had, was online. I have made more than $120K in the last two years playing part time and this simply means playing 1-2 days per week. Whenever i won a tournament i used to withdraw money and use them as living expenses or pay credit cards, loans, trips and anything else you can imagine. I should also point that i have a regular 9-5 job which didnt allow me to play full time as most tournaments start late in the afternoon and finish early in the morning. My current job makes me some money which is enough to pay bills and stuff but im planning to focus more on poker playing 1-2 tournaments per day that fit my schedule. What is the problem? Right now i dont have the bankroll to start and therefore im looking for one investor or more to be part of this. So lets get down to the details: 1) Poker Platform: Pokerstars 2) Bankroll: $5K-$10K 3) Tournaments: 55+R & 109+R A bankroll of $5K would allow me to play only the 55+R while a $10K bankroll will allow me to play the 109+R as well. 4) Percentages: 57% (me) - 43% (you) 5) Usual first position prizes: 55+R (1st place: $12-15K) & 109+R (1st place: $20-25K) while on Sundays the 1st places pay as much as $90K!! The main point would be to keep a steady bankroll while split the winnings. We could also re-invest some of the winnings to grow the bankroll to a new level and add more tournaments in the future, especially on Sundays. Results & Winnings will be distributed daily after the end of each session. There are also sites that keep a record of each poker players performance, so you will easily know the results and winnings after every session. For general questions, please post here so everyone can take a look. In case you are interested, i kindly request to PM me with contact details so we can further discuss as well as have a look at some proof in case you need it.