Probably the number one mistake beginning poker players make is that they play far too many hands. When you're just starting out playing poker, you want to play poker, and that means staying in hands that aren't very good just to be part of the action.But playing more doesn't mean winning more, it usually means losing more.
From a purely mathematical perspective, it is one of the worst possible moves you can make: The house edge playing dealer strategy is 3.4 percent, while the edge playing blind is 7.6 percent. If.
Professional poker players often cite the freedom it gives them for playing for a living, but that's not to say you shouldn't have a professional attitude towards the job. Some of the best poker.In fact, there are thousands of professionals poker players who play poker online daily and make a good living out of it. So, to answer the topic question- yes, you can make a living by playing online poker. Though, that is not the right question to ask. So, let me correct it.Any punter could save to 5K bankroll and take one year off from work and still get some degree of income to make a living during one year or more. That would give the person plenty of time to build a bigger bankroll and become full time professional. But that is not happening.
Tabcorp is one of the main companies responsible for the 2016 Interactive Gambling Amendment legislation that has forced you and other Australians to stop playing on PokerStars, 888, Party Poker, etc. Tabcorp unwittingly outlined some major advantages for Australians who wish to use offshore Aussie-friendly poker sites in their “Submission to the Impact of Offshore Wagering Review.”.Read More
The first question you must ask yourself if you want to make a living playing poker is if you have the right mindset for playing the game full-time? The fact of the matter is that the majority of people don't have the right attitude and personality to make a living playing poker full-time, although with coaching you can greatly improve your skill and winnings.Read More
Every video poker game has its strategy quirks dictated by their pay table. How to play video poker and get the most out of the game is different when you’re playing Jacks or Better, with a 2-for-1 payoff on two pairs, compared to Double Bonus Poker, with bigger pays on four of a kind but only 1-for-1 on two pairs.Read More
If you have all that it takes, you can make a pretty decent living playing poker tournaments. But everybody has a different definition of “decent living.” Making a 1k per month sounds promising if you live in eastern Europe or Asia and not so promising if you are from Sweden or Canada.Read More
And there are many more who have thought about making a living playing poker, but, like me, they have come to realize that making a living from poker, is not a easy goal. But it is possible, if you.Read More
Top Mistakes Made By New Live Poker Players. By Greg Walker. After some stretch playing online, many players get to grips with the rules and basic strategy and decide to venture out into live play and head down to their local casino or card room. Live play offers a greater poker experience where you can sit in front of other players and attempt to hold your nerve as your opponents can stare.Read More
Dan Harrington, one of the greats of the poker world, left poker some years ago to start a real estate investment business that has performed very well. He told me the story of one hire that hadn.Read More
If your idea of a perfect job is one that doesn't require difficult or risky decisions, this isn't for you. But it's not all negative. In fact, there are far more positives to playing poker for a.Read More
It’s tougher to make a living in poker these days because strategy is more prevalent. Online poker gives players a chance to rapidly accelerate their learning curve by seeing more hands per hour. You can still become a profitable player with enough hard work and experience though.Read More
Online players make so many mistakes that you can make a consistent profit just by playing a solid, no-nonsense game, waiting for strong starting cards, and punishing the live ones at the table. The most successful professional players in terms of profit (think Barry Greenstein, Doyle Brunson, Chip Reese, Phil Ivey, etc.) mostly play cash games.Read More