I Wish I Knew Then What I Know Now: A Decade As A Pro, Part I
by Bryan Devonshire | Published: Oct 02, 2013
Eleven months and twenty thousand words ago, I embarked on this series trying to capture everything I’ve learned about poker in the past decade of doing it for a living. Poker is such a rich game that I am somewhat shocked that I cannot come up with more content for this series, but then again I did write about every aspect of the game that I could think of. For those who are fans of Cliff and his notes, this is my summary of 20,000 words in two columns. I wrote about bankroll first because whether amateur or professional it is most important. You know that you are playing within your bankroll when you don’t care about losing from a financial perspective. A professional retains job security with a bankroll. You are capable of losing your job but nobody can fire you. After bankroll, balance between life and poker is ...
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