FAQ

FAQ

 Why you love playing poker this much?

Poker is love! It is something I can’t think of ignoring and learning poker was my desire whenever I get to watch some movies in which one person win so much. Jokes apart, who don’t want money which won’t require any yes boss? And you cannot just miss a chance in fear that you will lose. Winning and losing all depends on you and if you know the right thing and you do the right things at the right time there are more chances that you will win. It is all about confidence which I have but also I never allow my confidence to turn into the thing people call over confidence.

What is your win lose ratio?

I will call it even. After learning so much, I never ever consider myself the winner before the right time. There comes a time when I never lose and I am always on the winning side but there also comes a time in which I lose but then I learn from my mistake there and try to make it right next time. I never stop learning new tips and techniques due to which I will certainly want to put more load in win case than the lose one.

How you learned to play poker?

I learned poker by going through websites and learning about new ways to play. I also went to professional poker players and asked them to teach me, though only a few of these agree but there are every kind of people and you just have to find the right guide for you. But to be honest with you, this is not something you will be able to learn on notes, you have to step up and play to understand it and for this I played online poker games which helped me a lot. Think of it as, practice makes a man perfect – but no one is perfect so never stop practicing. This is the key I kept in mind and learned poker.

Is it easy to learn poker for newbies?

Who said poker is even easy for professionals? Poker is not an easy game at all unlike most of people think and say you only have to put the right bet. This is not the case, you have to use your mind, not only mind but a sharp mind. Though not to discourage, poker is easy to learn and understand but if newbies get good in practicing it they will find it less challenging.

Why you think that poker is even worth learning with a risk involved every time?

Why not? Everything is worth a risk and taking the risk is a step of bravery but calculated risk. Don’t risk your whole monthly pay! But risk a small amount that you spend on things that hold no importance to you but you have to spend the money because you have money. Risk those, maybe it gets more and if not then this was the risk. Play intelligently before risking an amount and poker is worth it.


1.   What does playing professional poker take?

Playing professional poker takes study, time, commitment, organization, and life balance.  Individuals who play professionally at various legal and taxation statuses, spend an extraordinary amount of time either in casinos or in only power rooms, business operational expenses, and time studying the game in order to make a profit.  The average is about fifty to sixty hours a week playing the game with another ten hours of study a week to make about fifty thousand dollars in profit that fluctuates, sometimes dramatically month to month, year to year.

2.   Is it worth it?

For most people.  No.  For extraordinary poker players, yes.  For mediocre and addictive personality poker players, yes and no, it’s a mix bag.

3.   What are some of the pitfalls in pursuing professional poker?

Lifestyles and increased potential negativity.  Addictions, self-indulgence, and other forms of excess that can lead to psychological, physical, or personality issues.  Business, taxation, and legal fluctuation is regulation requirements in countries where laws are constantly being revised, appealed, asserted, and strictly enforced.

4.   What is the difference between a steady hustle and professional poker?

A hustle is a hustle and a steady hustle is the achievement of what resembles a normal and good life while operating a hustle.  A hustle can be illegal, patricianly legal, or completely legal.  Professional poker is a type of hustle that can be institutionalized through business structure and regulated with measured accounting and taxation depending on the country.  Professional poker also denotes the scalability of individual power playing to owning power operations, such as online poker rooms.

5.   What are some of the legal and tax considerations of professional poker?

This depends on the country.  For instance, in some countries poker winnings are classified as earning from gambling and are not taxed.  In other countries they are taxed.  Obviously, avoiding taxation and seeking to hide the earnings is a legal issue that professional poker players face.  For this reason, there are large amounts of poker players who prefer anonymity because these taxation statuses.

6.   What is extraordinary poker playing and why are so few professional poker players and professional poker hustlers achieving extraordinary results?

In this blog I distinguish extraordinary poker players as people who have innate skills they are born with who train those skills.  They are distinctions from people who are simply hoping to get rich.  They are further distinctions from people who are more practical than hopeful and set up systems with a increasing degree of reliability and trustworthy to stabilize their income.

7.   What does it mean that poker is not a game?

Poker playing requires skill, study, and experience.  For this reason, there have been judicial rulings that have established that it is not a game of chance.  However, what it means by it is not a game is that if people want to actually pursue it, then it requires work comparable to working two full time jobs.  It is not a game in that to be successful requires seriousness and it is not a game in that it requires a higher degree of self-generated respect.