What I like about poker is the art of reading my opponents and knowing what cards they have by developing a good hand analysis.
What I don't like about poker is running into players who play poker as if it were bingo and as it is a game that has many variables, sometimes it favors them because of the variance and we lose in some game situations against players who go with everything looking for the chance, that is why the so-called bad defeats occur that we must face with a bitter taste sometimes.
I don't like poker dispersion in poker and how it works and that sometimes you have to play huge poker distances to make money and what I like about poker is that you can make a lot of money in poker and you won't be paid that kind of money in more than one job
I love the fact that in this game you need calculations, which I like to do, as well as the presence of excitement, and I do not like the fact that the outcome does not completely depend on me and my actions, because quite a large part falls on luck, this is a big minus.
Such questions require extensive research and specificity. A poker game with hundreds of years of practice and all the slightest roughness has long been smoothed out. I do not like many of the innovations in poker that are being undertaken by casinos that are interested in profit and not in the game.