What if every poker player was a pro?
So I recently started a new thread asking one question, why do pros who play high stakes, at least in full tilt, play mostly PLO?
Someone replied, because there is more gamble and more action, also because those pros are very good NLHE players, so its not as fun as PLO.
This raises another question i've been asking myself, purely hypothetical: what if everyone that played poker was a pro. By that I mean, everybody plays a real solid game, makes very few mistakes, takes advantage of other player's mistakes, knows the theory behing poker, has great analytical skills, etc, etc... this implies there are no fish in the game (whatever form of poker it is, holdem, omaha, stud...). So, would something happen to the game? would there still be cash for players to earn, besides each other's? For example, Player 1 wins 200k from Player 2; Player 2 wins 300k from Player 3; Player 3 wins 100k from Player 5, then Player 1 wins 250k from Player 5, and so forth.
And if everyone is a pro, would cash flow would remain stagnant because there are no fish to keep the flow going? (supposing that all money income from pro's comes from poker, not any business deals, endorsements, etc.)
Hope you reply.