Brief history of my poker experience

 

First, lets go back in time. I originally started playing poker in 2005, here at PokerStars with a $50 deposit and lost it all in one day and that was it for real money. I then turned to Zinga Poker for 4 years, accumulating a few hundred millions in play chips. At this point I KNEW I was good at this game. After winning a descent amount playing Keno at my local casino, I booked a trip to Vegas to play in the WSOP Seniors Championship and finished .................................................. ....

The learning process 

There's lots of information available about everything and anything about poker. How should one play? What should one play? How much should one play? and my favorite Who's right? For example, if you did a search on the internet about Bankroll Management, you might find 10-20 or even more articles on the subject.

The problem with the learning process is that players will try to put into place a strategy or something they've learned, which is way above their skill level. If you honestly look around, you'll find players........................................... ................

Where does one start?

I'm no expert, but I do have 2 years of experience and have shown that, what I've done, does work. In no way do I want to contradict what the trainers teach as what they teach will help you improve more, but in a time, remember, baby steps.

Anybody who's a non profitable player or starting player should start with Freerolls. The first thing you'll learn from them is PATIENCE. Sorry to say, but if you don't have patience, poker is not for you. I didn't play much Freerolls, I played in the league and the goal was to finish in the money at the end of the month and in positive numbers during the tournament. I would............................................. .......................

Conclusion

Well maybe not a conclusion, but pretty much the end of this post. I could keep on writing about how I got to where I am today, I could keep on writing about what I think is most important, how one should play, but you'll all have to find your own comfort zone. If there's anything I can put emphasis on, is PATIENCE, BANKROLL MANAGEMENT, finding YOUR game and taking BABY STEPS to achieve the goal of being a winning player.

Remember, POKER is................................................ ........

Since it's a very long post, you can read more here: http://www.pokerschoolonline.com/forum/showthread.php?56970-History-of-my-poker-life-here-at-PSO&p=462739#post462739

Enjoy