PokerStars School: You've now won back-to-back monthly leagues, how does this make you feel?
HomSet: It feels great even though I know there was a lot of luck involved in
both my wins.
Homset had over 35 points to spare at the end of the month.
PokerStars School: What were the highs & lows of the February League?
HomSet: The highs would have to be the 5 final tables I made last month and I can't say there were really any lows. In February I changed my overall approach for the League by mostly registering at the start of tournaments rather than at the end of late registration. I definitely think that approach is better for me and contributed to my win last month since I have more experience with deep stacks than with short stacks because of my cash game background.
PokerStars School: Are the extra tournament dollars a good boost to your poker bankroll? Have you a plan for what tournaments you will use these T$ for?
HomSet: I'll start using the T$ I won to play turbo MTTs with buy-ins below 10$. I would like to progress to higher buy-ins eventually but I need to work on my MTT game first as I don't think I have any sort of edge on those fields right now.
PokerStars School: What're your ambitions for this month's league, do you think you can make it 3 out of 3?
HomSet: I'm busy with stuff outside of poker this month so I won't be playing the League in March. Hopefully, I'll be able to come back in May or June and I'll be aiming for a top 5 finish on the leaderboard then.
Consistent results helped Homeset claim yet another title.
PokerStars School: Do you see a lot of familiar faces at the League tables? Do you want to give a shout out to any notable players you have met?
HomSet: The field for the Masters League is quite small so I frequently get to share tables with friendly and familiar faces like Garfield52, EasyChips4U, edpokernut, effsea, Grade b and iceman/money among others. I especially want to give edpokernut a shout out for his insightful analysis of the League results on the forums.
PokerStars School: How much time do you play and how much time do you spend studying poker?
HomSet: On average I play poker about 10 hours a week. I probably spend 2 or 3 hours a week studying poker off the tables. Right now I'm concentrating on improving my play in cash games.
PokerStars School: What's the most useful poker strategy article you have found at PokerStars School?
HomSet: I enjoyed the sequence on Omaha Hi-Lo. It was a great introduction to the game for me.
PokerStars School: Do you still see yourself playing poker in 10 years time?
HomSet: Yes, I certainly hope so!
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