Oh, I miss playing live poker so much. Better yet, I miss the results... I simply suck in online poker. But, for the love of the game I'm studing a lot to get better and starting to like the virtual stuff. I think is going to be a while until live poker be safe again, especially here in brazil.
Good afternoon.Since I have never played live,I would choose online poker.It is more comfortable to play at home or even wherever you want.But, yes, it would be a dream come true to play,someday ,a live tournament..
I'm fine with online poker. You can pick up a tablet, if everything is good with health, mood and no one bothers, then you can enjoy the game. But I've rarely had this happen in recent years. Live poker is too nervous sometimes you do not know who you are playing against and how it can end in the event of a big win. How do I carry money safely home?
I much rather play Live Poker. There is nothing like getting a read on a player and taking his money over and over. It's like once you get into someone's head live their wallet opens up to you. Don't get me wrong online is a rush as well, but sometimes the cards are harder to read, because people play garbage cards and you never know what the flop will hold. All in all poker is an awesome game and has paid off well over the years. The only thing missing for me is a larger buy-in to a WPT event or equivalent.
Of course I like playing live. This game is different from online, you experience a completely different feeling. But playing online is needed here, we play a lot more hands, which is necessary to learn poker and gain the necessary experience.
I have never played live poker for money. Somewhere in an interview I read that soon there will be a boom in live poker. One way or another, with time it will be necessary to switch from online to live poker
Every player loves poker for its impulsiveness, openness and autocracy.that's why we all love to play live at the table and feel the atmosphere of the hall.Only those who have been there more than once will understand how a live game smells.