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Synonyms for bankroll

to supply capital to or for

Synonyms for bankroll

a roll of currency notes (often taken as the resources of a person or business etc.)

provide with sufficient funds

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com we've been working hard to bring online poker players the types of tournaments that can make a difference to their bankrolls.
Starting out: You have dedicated $1,000 toward your first poker bankroll and hope to turn it into much more.
You need to be able to suffer a few losing sessions, because they will happen, so good bankroll management is paramount.
4 million to bankroll a public relations firm to rehabilitate the company's tarnished image in the wake of the band's appearance.
Let's ask them why they are willing to bankroll new schools while refusing to help the underfunded ones that already exist.
In the case of Motorola, the clincher was the attractive venue and De la Sotas offer to bankroll the training of 500 engineers.
MILLIONAIRE owner Brian Kennedy is prepared to bankroll Jason Robinson's big-money switch to Sale even if the English RFU don't contribute towards the pounds 1m five-year deal.
At just $50 for the entire year, discounted from $96, a subscription to Real Dice World doesn't break the bankroll.
We have a sports betting system in place that consists of 5 sports handicappers and risking 1 to 2% of your bankroll per pick with our customers average bankroll size of $10,000.
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With Bubble Protection, online players worldwide can now preserve their bankroll and enjoy more tournaments, without the hassle or distraction of excessive losses or long forms.
Resisting the temptation to abandon your current limit and take a shot at higher stakes prematurely is the key to protecting your bankroll and sustaining your confidence.
With this as his calling card, let's hope Lee can get someone to bankroll his next feature more generously.
That same approach might have persuaded Hollywood not to bankroll the dismal Wyatt Earp, the absurd Waterworld, or Julia Ormond's career.
Having helped bankroll his two gubernatorial campaigns and his unsuccessful congressional race, Enron et al.