re: Poker & How to Be Consistent and Winning ?
These simple steps work
Once you learn to play solid, and what the right range really is to be playing per your position on the table their really isn't to much more you need to do in that area of your game that part is like riding a bike.
Once you do that, next comes putting players on ranges, and becoming good post flop, not leaking chips etc
Narrow your range until you have alot of experience or your going to experience lots of bad stuff lots of tilt lots of swings lots of dumb sh** that we don't really need to go through to make a profit.
Also its like ying and yang, good loose players profit from tight players, skillful loose players make more because they will better know your hand. Tight players profit from bad loose
Regarding bankroll management if you play cash games on a site where there are lots of tables you in theory can potentially beat bad variance, since you have a lot more chance of finding a table that suits your most profitable style (you will figure that out yourself)
Swings are harder when you grind without selection since you have no say in who you play.
Regarding hours a day set yourself a goal, for example start small, your goal might be to pay for a holiday or add 5k to your annual income - cover your bills.
Not very many people get rich from poker so don't set to high a goal because it will distract you from the important things and also you will suffer more emotional swings.
if you focus on the right things, control your emotions poker can support you in having a very comfortable life always have a career path as well, or always follow your true life purpose because it manifests better things into your life, and you will find positive energy and positive life experiences will massively effect your poker game
in good ways.
never make it your sole income unless you have thousands, like running a business.
Actual fact, most losing players that study the game are long term losing players because of themselves not because they suck at poker
= Thats extremely important to remember