This is a discussion on how to treat poker more seriously within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; A lot of people here just started on the world of poker. and a big part of you folks are treating poker seriously because is
Well, from my experience I lost my motivation to play when I played a lot a day, like at least 4-5hours plus I was learning while not playing. Now I play like 2-3 hours a day plus some analyzing, watching videos and reading about theory, I feel like playing too much can overwhelm you but, well, I guess it depends on your personality as well.
I think as long as you play enough not to get addicted, you should be ok. Poker should be something fun. I heard a professional player say, "if poker stops being fun, you need to take a break for a while"
Speak, my nobleman, how are you? I think I need to take some time to play, I've been taking up a lot of my time with this game, I think I'm addicted and that's not cool. I have this thought in my head that I will make money from this sport and that thinking is not being healthy. It's good to play poker for fun, applying the learning correctly if you hit it right, if you make a mistake, too. Tomorrow I want to wake up differently, I go for a shoe stall and I'm going to make a run. And when I play, I'll play for fun, no frustration.