You have always dreamed of playing poker professionally for a living, but circumstance don't allow. This doesn't mean you can't do it in your spare time or do it as a part time poker player.
There are millions of aspiring people trying there hand at being profitable part time poker players and some are very good. With so much publicity the competition is fierce and honestly most fail because it looks easy. The first key to becoming a profitable poker player is getting good advice.
When you learn anything and you become serious, really serious you need good advice. If you start of with bad advice you end up with bad results. If you are serious about being a profitable part time poker player bad advice means losing money. There is no reason for this since this is a world filled with information.
Money is the life blood for any poker player especially if you have a limited bankroll. Getting off to a good start is almost imperative for a part time poker player. Your learning curve could be longer than someone else's and this has to be taken into account when it comes to your time and money.
When looking for good advice pay attention to money management. Someone who has been there and knows the pressures of the poker world. Playing poker and being a profitable part time poker player are worlds apart. Many players are there to pass time and have fun. You will have to deal with all types as you learn the ropes.
Of course playing online where you can't read your opponent is quite different than a live game. As you know many a part time poker player started online before graduating to a live session.
If you desire to play profitable poker with higher hopes you must:
- Make sure you find good advice
- Learn to manage money
- Be dedicated
- Be patient, learn the right strategies.