Why playing poker professionally is ill-advised and persons considering such an endeavor should understand that it is a higher than normal risk, there are still personalities who will want to attempt this or have other personal reasons why they will want to pursue this, including making larger sums of money. So, for those who want
This blog deals with how to plan to play professional poker for a minimum of three to five years to earn a modest income of approximately fifty to one hundred thousand per year. Playing professional poker requires pre-planning and more certainty than playing games of chance. When operating to meet living experiences and financial goals,
This post reviews some of the pros and cons of playing poker professionally. First, the distinction of professional poker playing is reserved in this discussion for individuals who are able to navigate the tax and legal structures of their countries to fully comply with the legal operations of self-employment and earnings from lotteries and gambling.
This blog explores the question “is professional poker worth it?” Before I give a direct and straight answer, it is important to define what professional poker is. Professional poker is the skill, drive, and determination to play poker with the regularity of a full time job or more hours or to found companies that host