I don't really remember at what age I started playing poker but I remember as a very young kid going over relatives houses watching them play poker regularly and love it. The first time I really started playing on the regular for money myself was in my early 20's.
I started playing poker this same year, from that moment it has become a passion, happy moments and sad moments when you lose hehe, it is a love-hate relationship with poker. I hope it remains forever more love than hate
I have played poker as far back as around 10 years old, just playing regular Texas holdem. As far as putting up my own money to play, I was around 16-17 when I started buying in for about 10-20 dollars for cash games with my friends. I am now 20 and for the past year I have been taking my game very seriously, with my best score being around $150 profit playing 1/2 in an Indian casino since I’m still under 21 lol. Hope in the next five years I can say my best score is in the 4 digits!
If I'm not mistaken, I started playing poker (No Limit Hold'em) when I was about twenty-four years old (2010). The interest arose when I watched some final tournament tables on television. I don't remember which tournaments, but I remember that I watched Gus Hansen and Phil Ivey more than once.
I started playing poker 4-5 years ago, I was 40 years old. I am 45 years old now. Over the last two years, I have become more patient and have significantly improved my skills. To a large extent, all the improvements have been due to my participation in our wonderful community.
I started playing poker when I study at university. I just play poker with friends for fun. Now poker is still one of my hobbies and I think it is not bad if you can manage your money the right way. I studied many things from poker such as controlling my emotion, having patience, ... they help a lot in my life.