Originally Posted by carlosnuno
no friend, unfortunately I don’t believe in poker studios or schools. Poker is a simple game of basic knowledge and luck, the rest is a tale on the way. In fact, a prize of $ 25,000 is a good prize. That is what I was referring to. What happens is that I exaggerate a little when talking about millions and it would be necessary to see the end of that story of the person who won the $ 25,000, if greed led him to throw it away. or if I use wisely his fortuitous gain. I am a 51-year-old person, too old to be telling stories, now if you believe in all that, I respect you.
unfortunately I don’t believe in poker studios or schools. Poker is a simple game of basic knowledge and luck,
Actually you are very wrong about that. If that were true, why is it that there are a number of players who are consistently winning (earning) money? Your belief would be that they are just luckier… more often???
In fact, a prize of $ 25,000 is a good prize
It wasn’t a ‘prize’ like you had been referring to. This $25k was an amount earned over a number of tournaments played within a 30-day period (I believe it was close to 4,000 games played in that period… and the person doing this had an ROI of I believe ~20%)
it would be necessary to see the end of that story of the person who won the $ 25,000, if greed led him to throw it away
He’s a professional online poker player. He plays with strict bankroll management as do most online pros.
I am a 51-year-old person, too old to be telling stories,
I am a 57 yr old person… wise enough to know what I see in front of my eyes is true.
If you want to see some of this for yourself… try reading this thread on the Cardschat forum >>>>
You mention… what does this person choose to do now with the $25k… will they use it wisely. It is their income. I’d imagine they use part of it for their rent or mortgage.. groceries & living expenses. And some of it for their working bankroll.