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 Become a Professional Poker Player - Part II

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PostSubject: Become a Professional Poker Player - Part II   Fri Oct 29, 2010 10:58 pm

Actully, when you turn pro, bad beats become part of the territory, like a necessary evil. Like dealing with an annoying co-worker or unfriendly customer. You see playing with Aces, you have to lose with them 20% of the time, so you see bad beats will not happen that often, but when they do, you kinda have to expect it,

The best pros in the world are the ones who dont tilt and just play there game no matter what. Just see the High Stakes Poker episode where Barry Greenstein lost with Aces agains Sam Farha's Kings all in preflop for a pot worth almost half a million dollars. Barry looked like nothing happened, he was probably choking Sammy inside his head, but the best pros keep it all in.

Anyways, being professional is appealing mostly because of the freedom that playing poker allows. Not waking up in the morning is certainly appealing, especially to a lazy ass like myself. Deciding when to work and for how long is definitely a great plus as well.

I agree that you have to be at least a winning player part time then decide whether or not to go pro.

On a side note, i heard that Thias is going pro. Ask him about it
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