Originally Posted by lurgertor
Oh and for your information I know how to play the game just fine, in fact I'm probably a better player than you.
No, you're not. You need to drop your ego and change your attitude. Winning players don't have "variance issues". They understand that their bankroll will be susceptible to drawdown, especially if they are playing in games where they don't have a significant edge. They adjust accordingly by playing lower stakes and game selecting to ensure the games they are playing in are worth the screen space.
Bibiscus offered great advice when he suggested to learn the game. A bankroll is something winning players use as operating capital for poker, and nothing else. It looks like you are a recreational player who wants to deposit a few hundred at a time and play, which is fine. Until you define what your bankroll consists of and what games/stakes you can beat for a solid winrate, you have a budget, not a bankroll.
If you email Pokerstars they will send you an account audit with complete details about the games you played as well as profit/losses.