It makes sense, at least I think I understand what you are asking. You may not like some things I am going to say, and I am not trying to intrude, but you asked.
Here is what you may not like: You are 20. IDK how old your wife is, but I am assuming around the same. IMO, you DO NOT give up your career here so she can pursue hers. If you have 50-60 K a year, DO NOT give this job up, for a woman, for poker. Period.
Now, here is my reasoning. I am 52 and have been around the world - literally - a few times. I am married (together 17 years) with children so I know about commitment and running a relationship. I have had MANY relationships, and 3 - not including my wife - were over 3 years, and all were blissful and gonna last forever. You need to establish your life, and your wife needs to establish hers. If you give up your job, can you get it back in 2-3-4-5 years, in case your present relationship does not work out? I am not trying to be mean, but at 20, you have a lot to yet experience, and blissful 4-ever things have a nasty habit of changing , especially at your age. My dad told me stuff like this and I was "WTF does he know?" (It turned out, he knew a lot). You and your wife will almost certainly go through changes that happen to most people not yet 30. (just a ball park age, for some it is more or less)What I am saying is, you need to count on yourself to get you and your wife through, not her. SO IMO do not give up your career. You need to find a way to make it work that you and your wife both have your own lives separate as well as together. Travel.
Now, poker: Say you give up your job, she works, you play, and you have a bad run and lose that 50K (reality here, it can happen) Then what? She will just fork up another 20-30-40+k? For how long? AND poker mans travel, probably a lot more than with your job. The job gives you financial security (NEVER underestimate how good this is to have) AND gives you your BR for poker.
Just my 2 cents, whatever you do GL. I am not trying to be mean or negative, just trying to shed some perspective.
Give it time, discuss it with your wife. And I wish you the best.