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DavidMoore wrote:Most people flounder around a bit and then give up.
I was posting to say that I am in the small minority that flounders around a bit and just keeps on floundering. I was also going to welcome you to the forum but I see that you've slipped in what looks like a commercial URL into your post. We'll see how long that lasts.
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Only the serious poker players make good amount of money playing online.These poker players are very less number around 2 %
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I can tell you now very very few players make money and the ones that do are highly skilled, they read they learn, they have normally played easy over a mil hands bfore you can THINK about making cash, just so you can get the basic texture of boards and such and they keep shifting gears to the game as it changes when it does everyday, week, month etc what i do now is if someone takes me out i sharkscope them, and i can tell you more then 90 percent of players graphs head downhill some into thousands and thousands of losses, I myself have played in big tourneys 100k and more (euros) live and online, for two years i was sponsored and played for a small online poker company. i can say i failed, i got a job and moved on. the swings are MASSIVE no matter how much you win or how many levels you drop when you are running bad its hard even for the semi/pros out there. I still have friends who make money and i do too but not enough without a job, i dont rely on it anymore. so yes you can make money but like anything in life all the factors need to be considered. all i can say is HOLD YOUR HEAD UP HIGH, EVEN IN DEFEAT. because for most poker players thats all they will know.
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If you find that you have talent and you start making money, the better.
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