This is a discussion on How much poker does your life allow you to play ? within the online poker forums, in the General Poker section; I dont get to post alot because of a hectic scheduel and playing poker gets put on the back burner also/ Being a person without
I dont get to post alot because of a hectic scheduel and playing poker gets put on the back burner also/ Being a person without alot of spare money to play with i never can venture into real professional poker stakes and i so with i knew if i could hang with the best because ive done alot of tournament winning at micros but coud never escape the cash tables afterwards. how many people on card chat actually keep records of their play and understand all the things like vipip roi% and other cause i dont and would like my stats anyalyzed by a person who could tell me how i stack up
I believe that, as you say, it is a matter of time. I don't think poker is the same for an 18-year-old who doesn't work, still lives with parents and maybe has all the time to study and play poker, than someone who has work, family, social, etc.
I particularly play for a while in the morning while writing something in this forum and at night while reading an article.
As for watching videos I usually watch some at night before I fall asleep, and also on weekends.
I also believe that, as one advances in poker and sees economic results, more time will be taken to study it.
Meanwhile, I try to enjoy and earn a few cents ....
I try to play as much as I can without neglecting anything else, so I usually play in 2 or 3 tournaments a week. I'm trying to switch to cash games because you can determine how long you are at the tables yourself.
If poker is a means of making money for you, then you will spend all your time on it, sacrificing so many things in your life. And if poker is just a hobby, then you will play whenever you want and how much you want!
About 80-90% of the tournaments I play are freerolls. So my bankroll is gradually growing. For me, this is a hobby and a good opportunity to have a good time. I only play when I have a good mood and free time.
With the Corona Virus plaguing the land, now I have the opportunity to play a lot more. But in normal conditions I tend to play in the weekends. I don't keep track of statistics because I try to focus more on what is happening on the tables. Good day!