This is a discussion on How many Live Poker player will give up the game within the online poker forums, in the Live Poker section; COVID-19 has all but killed live poker for now. I would assume several fish will give up the game after they see how much money
They might realize how much money they save by not playing, but think of it like New Year's Resolutions. How many times has someone claimed they will go on a diet and lose some weight? Now how many have basically "given up" after just two weeks into the year?
Truth of the matter is that it takes more than motivation alone; change is often hard. Poker is the same way. Poker fish are the same; they usually enjoy poker like the rest of us (just not as successful at it). After a while, they may miss poker: give them a few weeks after it is safer to play live games again and I bet they'll be back.
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re: Poker & How many Live Poker player will give up the game
People love to gamble - They'll be back and there are new uni students blowing their loans every year - I would know! The fact that poker has a skill factor will always attract people.
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Older players may quit the game, but younger players will continue to play online as long as it is not possible to play live.