It depends on the tournament, if I lose quickly I will play a little more time (3-4 hours). And so if everything goes according to plan at the tournament, then I can play for a very long time. And then go to the next tournament.
It depends on the tournament opportunities that I have on the day, usually I usually play from 1h to 4h a day, varying according to the demand for tournaments that I have on the day, as I mentioned earlier. Is that you?
Every day I play in different ways, but at least 6 hours a day, after which I definitely make a analysis of my hands, as well as opponents, I look for my mistakes in the game, I develop a certain strategy in the future, I read literature, forums.
It depends on whether it is a weekday or a weekend. With the quarantine, on weekends I spend many more hours playing than in a normal week. I can play 8-10 hours a day, it is good to relax haha. Cheers
re: Poker & How many hours a day do you spend to play poker?
I try to keep a business like approach then that way my mind is ‘poker focused’. I find that if I just jump on when I feel like it, my results are nowhere near as good than if I approach it structured.
I’ve got 5 days for playing and 2 days for studying. If I am not feeling up to the game then I would swap a day of play for study. Every week I will set my self a plan on areas I want to study and where I feel I need improvement.
And if I don’t feel like doing anything then I don’t because I don’t want to force myself into a corner of getting sick of poker because like many in this forum. I absolutely love it and forcing it on myself would only make me hate it.
So times can differ on play and study depending on mindset
Noeadays very few , even freerolls I avoid them on a learge scale . I want to improve first , start my study of the game , start learning some new moves , then caome back and play a lot more than in the past But until then I keep on playing some very low buyin games , just for fun , especially on ACR . I will first try this CC 30 days poker course , it will help me a lot on this cause
I normally play 2-3 days a week and anywhere between 2 and 8 hours a day. Mostly around 4 hours I would say.
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I am currently taking a break from poker, because it has started to get a little boring ... I will soon start playing again, and while I was active I played 4-5 hours a day every day, sometimes more ...