This is a discussion on Rule 10 000 hours of poker action? within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; I regularly play poker for 2 years, a day approximately 3 hours, 730 days x 3 hours = 2190. I ask myself how much I
I regularly play poker for 2 years, a day approximately 3 hours, 730 days x 3 hours = 2190. I ask myself how much I was able to achieve in this time? First year results were deplorable, but after about 1500 hours of the game, began to fall in MTT prizes, but now I do not see a promotion up the stairs. In poker theory identifies 1:00, I keep a diary and rabirayu played games!
Is it really necessary 10,000 hours?
3rd October 2016, 9:27 PM
Well, I played for only a year before I went to my first EPT.
I went there due to my skills.
I declined to buy in on that fiirst year though, because I knew it was reckless to go in with only a year under my belt. So, I decided to spend a bit more time to REALLY up my game.
It is easy to get lulled into a false sense of confidence, but hard to make the right choice to put in the hard work and the time/effort.
If I had chosen the easy path, and just wildly gone out there, I wouldn't be as good of a player today.
Nuture your talents. Don't bleed em dry.
6th October 2016, 5:31 AM
Thank you! Rush Poker is not exactly worth it. The factor of luck, do not affect the outcome of the game in the long run. I fully agree, it is necessary to have a lot of skill and training, before going to the big game. And invest in the game is only proshedstviyu time or when thousands of hands played. But the topic is not interesting bolshenstve.