Originally Posted by rdwr33
Among the great players of poker, there is a very common characteristic. Most have college degrees, or are taking the course; Many have even postgraduate degrees.
That is why I strongly emphasize that the priority of children under 18 should not be to play poker, but to complete their studies. In addition, a person can even ruin his future in poker, as a small disappointment at this age may be enough for him to give up - younger people tend to have little tolerance for failures. So if you are under 18: Rethink your priorities. Give time to time, go to school, and then try to play the fascinating game of poker.
I agree... About education and a degree, etc.
And so many players just rely on luck!!!
and age here not and.
Although there are probably some tendencies. /
Young people do not experienced more believe in luck!