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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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There is an old formula for bankroll building that advises players to have at least 30 buy-ins stowed away before making a serious run at it.
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Nothing will shatter the confidence of an upand-coming poker star more than being outplayed, outmanoeuvred and beaten at limits their bankroll can't support.
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.
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.
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It was claimed that Tory deputy treasurer Michael Ashcroft has agreed to bankroll the party if he cannot raise the pounds 16million needed to restore the party's finances.
com's Aruba Classic, earning $200,000 and also netted a 3rd place finish at the WPT Mirage Poker Classic, adding another $333,000 to his burgeoning bankroll.
He has given more than PS3million of his PS120million fortune to the Tories and helped bankroll Boris Johnson to be London mayor.
He was also an astute art collector who in the 1990s "hocked" several paintings to bankroll Nest.
Now, however, both camps can relax a little and glide by on the $135 million in public monies that will bankroll the general election this month.
Two sexually repressed gourmets knock off rich swingers to bankroll their French restaurant.