Yes everyday is different.......sometime i play coupke tournament and sometime i take day off.....i have a life before poker.....my children my girlfriend.......poker is hobby if i dont play a day or couple day its normal too
I prefer to play everyday if feasible. The only time I do not is if I occasionally fall ill.
It does not mean every day consists of hours of play. Somedays are short and sweet other days longer depending on time and inclination.
However, to a degree I wanted to build poker into the fabric of my life to make poker as natural as exercising or eating where you do not question doing something everyday..
Yes, different activities and different demands. However, I have never heard a successful pro player who did not make note of the fact they were engaged with poker in an intense daily manner for an extended period. I think it comes with the territory is anyone strives for success and would apply to athletes or business people or any fields where demands are high- such people are in a specific mode 7 days a week. Yes sometimes more mental than physical, but I do not find firing up a poker site an overwhelming task - it is invariably exciting.
I personally play every day and can compare these games with each other. There are days when there are good cards and combinations and days when you don't go at all.
If I see that there are good cards and combinations, then on this day I play several tournaments.
poker very much depends on your inner state, mood and well-being. I do not advise turning poker into a standard multi-hour work, this greatly affects the game. You should always play your best poker, which means that you need rest and ways to distract yourself from the continuous tension during the game.