I already saw a post similar to this I think, anyway I think that with 25 hours a day I could walk lol.But more than the joke, you must play for a long time putting into practice what is learned in books and professional players before playing for real money
I think you shouldn't play more than 3-4 hours a day to begin with. Understanding comes with time and therefore it is more important to spend another hour a day to analyze your own game in detail, and at least another hour to study quality learning material.
if you are a beginner, I will advise you to play all poker freerolls in all poker rooms to learn how to play you need to play as much as possible to hone your skills and gain knowledge if you want to achieve and reach great heights in poker
it all depends on what you want to achieve and how determined I am. I play a few hours a day, as of course I have time. I try to play only when I have time and feel like it. Never play forcefully, it causes a lot of errors.
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Don't play to the detriment of sleep. Poker is an intellectual game, and a person engaged in intense mental activity should sleep at least 8 hours a day if he is under 35, and at least 6 Ĺ to 7 hours a day if he is 35 or older.
if you new to poker, try to play as much as u can, within reasonable limits. only experience of the game and understanding more hands will give you an improvement in your skills. as many people write here for 1 tournament a day, this is nonsense, it will not teach you anything
If you are a beginner, you must play a few hours a day, to put into practice or your learning, poker still continues to be a very complex sport, no matter how much I 've heard you haven't. If you have time availability, always try to study more theory, before trying to play 10 hours or more a day, maybe between 3 and 4 hours is the ideal for those who started playing in a short time.