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Crushing Live Poker With Twitter

by Bart Hanson |  Published: May 14, 2014


March 12 – If you only have a limited amount of hours to play pick the best times during the week. This may seem relatively obvious, but a lot of us, even those playing poker primarily for profit, do not play full time. The longer you are around this game the more you realize that it is much healthier to diversify your time with other things and to play poker as a part time venture. I have had the opportunity to do a lot of private coaching and to start my own training site. I love the theory of poker and it keeps a good balance in my life plus prevents me from getting burnt out behind the table. Since running has become almost a full time job for me, I have had to divvy my time up between my business ventures and playing. Nowadays I try to get in ...

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