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Hello. Can I start a career with freerolls? Many poker rooms attract new players with freerolls. But the number of players and the prize pool are unlikely to fill the bankroll. I wonder if there are people who started with freerolls?
Many people think that freerolls are not real poker. Which develops many bad habits! I do not agree with this - freerolls just have their own tactics! I know many players who started their poker career with micro-deposits of 50 or 100 dollars! And this amount is quite possible to earn on freerolls!
hi..I think everyone has this chance. But this requires a lot of patience and of course luck.The important thing is not winning the Freeroll, but the ability to save and multiply it.This ability to save and increase the accumulated is characteristic of the main number of rich people.
I read Annette Obrestad's story. She started her career as a professional through freerolls at the age of 15. I recommend reading the information about it. Perhaps it will serve as a motivation for you.
I'm starting with freerolls at 888poker and pokerstars. I,ve one dollar in 888 from a freeroll, Actually playing 0,10 cents sit and goes. My objetive is to reach de 100 dollars bankroll in order to be able to play micro cash tables.
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Definitely, yes. I have started to play poker with freerolls for about 1 year, before my first deposit and have to tell you that from freerolls are one of my biggest cash-ins.
The huge advantage to play freeroll is that the pressure there is not big and that makes you to take more right decisions and to not be afraid of anything due to the fact you have not put money in that tournament and the only thing you can do is to win. There is no loss, only gaining experience.
Hello everyone, of course you can, in fact it is quite common, I do not dedicate myself to poker but it is a hobby for me, and in fact I did not invest a penny of my own, I started to play freerolls, gathering little by little and then to play cash tables. and gathering dollar to dollar and gaining a lot of experience, greetings
of course it can!!! many professional players started that way, nobody was born learned, everything always has a beginning, many times we don't have earnings very soon, it's a question of skills, hey I consider myself a non-professional player because I still need to improve!
Many times I am very shy to play already being in the prize, things that happens to any player, but my hand does not shake to throw everything to the ground. !!!
I say freerolls are a great way to gain experience and patience. As to the sites chosen and types of poker, i suggest you research that wisely as that can be a serious factor in motivation. Read reviews, and yes CardsChat freerolls are great experiences.
As freerolls have a very good influence on the further development of poker for a novice player, they help to study poker strategy, discipline and generally instill a lot of positive skills, there are a lot of players at the poker table who take poker very seriously as a discipline, and winning the tournament makes it possible to form your initial bankroll.
This is good if you have enough time to build up your bankroll using freerolls. If you want to start earning immediately, you don't need to focus on freerolls, it's better to make a Deposit and play with a higher expectation of money per hour than in freerolls, of course, if you are an experienced player, and for beginners, freerolls are a very good opportunity.
I have NEVER made a deposit to play poker on-line - mainly due to the legal issues associated with playing where I live.
I have won about $5000 on-line, starting with only freeroll winnings. I have used this to supplement my funds for live play, again mainly because of the legal issues playing on-line.
In order to turn this into a career, someone needs tremendous discipline to do so. Since I started with $0.00 online, and I have cashed out for a few thousand, I would say I am a winning player on-line. But it is a long way from a few thousand dollars to a career.
FYI - I have also also had about $1500 of winnings stolen (i.e. not paid out) by cheats and unethical sites.