I am a beginner and realistically rate my poker level below average. But with each passing month, I feel like my skills are improving. I think by the end of this year my poker will be at an average level.
I am also a mid-level player. For this reason, I do not play for my money. If I have a stable replenishment of a bankroll from playing tournaments, I will often play using paid inputs and not freerolls.
My poker skills are bellow the average for sure. I started playing 2016 with no success... But just now during this whole covid thing i put in my head to study real hard and already started seeing some improvement.. won few cents of dollar in freerolls and hopefully I'll be able to have a great bankroll to play some 0,5$ sit&go
this is how I will think even if I win a major tournament, because I may lose motivation to learn and analyze my game constantly if I think that I am on top, and in poker you always need to get better.
I suppose there are various scales you could grade yourself on. I would say:
Break Even Micro-Stakes
1 being rank amateur 100 being best player in the world, I would sit around 15.
At my homegame? Number 1.
"Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts." - Winston Churchill
Since when I started playing poker, I have always been a persevering and careful player, I study the player well, or depending on the level of play, I get more aggressive, but most of the time, I play safely, even if they come out Good hands like AA or KK, it all depends on the type of tournament and the type of participants.
I rate my level of poker very highly. I have been playing this game for several years and I really like it. I try to always improve in my hobby. I found an interesting article about casinos recently. I would definitely advise everyone to read this information. Perhaps you will learn a lot here. Online casinos are constantly being improved. Do you keep up with the constant updates?
Trying to get better at the game but it sure is a slow process! I just try and be a little better than I was the day before and hopefully the rest will take care of itself, you just have to put in the time and effort
I started about a year ago and today I already play micros, so I think that I have risen a lot in level I compete in the Cardschat on Saturdays and I almost always get to Good prizes, I hope to improve more, I need to read a lot more, I don't have enough time.