- Feb 21, 2019
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My level of poker proficiency is not stable these days, but for me my own assessment of poker proficiency level is "fisher's player poker" How about you?
It is difficult to evaluate yourself. But at the moment I have good enough results, my bankroll is growing and I am completely satisfied.
I think I'm just an average player. I have a small but consistent profit in micro stakes playing against average and fish players. But I think I wouldn't have a chance against professional ones.
I am an intermediate player what I need to play better is banking but I consider myself a good player I also lack luck playing online is not easy the bad bits are very safe online, in real life I would win more I think ...
Yes my friend, there is a difference between live poker and online poker. Live poker is more realistic in addition to the ability to read body language. If you are a pro at all poker strategies, know that you will get good results . good luck to you
I've been playing poker for 4 years, but I still think I'm new. Although I have pretty good results, I am fully aware that I still have a lot to learn.
I wish you so, but I think the balance does not determine the player's level of professionalism, there are rich players who don't care about money who can gamble big amounts and have very solid hearts and this makes them the strongest in poker table. If you win a good amount, withdraw it immediately. Don't let vanity and greed drive you to more gambling. As I used to work in a hotel with a casino, and always when the player had won a large sum they would give him a room and the best wine and everything he needed for free just to stay in the hotel to come back and gamble with what he wonAs soon as i conquer my own bankroll challenge of getting from 0- 10k then and only then i will consider myself a better than average player. Right now i am nearly average imo
In fact, I've also been playing poker since 2007. Some days I say I'm good and professional after getting good results, and some days I say I'm pretty bad. I believe that poker has no limits in acquiring skills