you can hope that it will materialize the way you think.
First you must know very well how much money you want to pocket per month, and month by month keep statistics of your earnings.
I think you must be infallible in discipline. If you think about winning a big MTT and then end up losing everything at a cash game, I'd say just don't try it.
I remember that many of the players you see live or online who have won a lot of money in MTT have already made many investments in companies or assets, and it could be said that they hardly need to have large poker winnings to pay for tournament tickets anymore, since their standard of living depends on the investments they made and poker becomes a kind of hobby. Although logically they never relax and want to continue being successful in the game.
The beginning is very difficult, especially if you intend to start with small deposits or making a bankroll
. Here again the discipline plays. Normally if you make a $100 bankroll this will lead you to start playing $1 MTTs and so on as you build up your bankroll.
As my peers say, remember it's a game. As much as you are an excellent player, a badbeat or several in a row you can have them in any circumstance, and that usually demoralizes you.
It is not as easy and simple as we think, rather many times it is very cruel.
Most of the players except very few, all the money they had won in major MTTs they lost in cash tables. Exception for example Doyle Brundson and some other.
I am an independent worker. I'm honest, when I don't have a job I play poker not only as a hobby but to see if I can increase my bankroll, which I am doing slowly.
If you plan to do it, do not play too many MTTs in the day, keep in mind that if you enter an MTT for example of US $ 1 with rebuy or late registration, if you enter cash positions, that is, ITM, the MTT lasts 2 hours and a half , and if you get to the final table it's a minimum of 4 hours.
It's more of a good Cardschat freeroll our site lasts no less than 3 hours. MTTs are strenuous tournaments but they can bring you good profits, moreover, several of the colleagues here formed good Bankroll thanks to Cardschat.
You don't only need to play on PS, you can also play on 888
, GG, Uniber, partypoker
are good sites. Also for my PS is the best.
SNGs are also a good alternative, short tournaments with good payouts and not as strenuous.
Well mate, that's my point of view. I hope it helps you.