How much volume pros put into the game?

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    • ragney
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      Its better to mention this in hours. I spend about 38 hours per week. Usually 32 hours of play time and 6 hours of review/coaching.
    • edik89
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      you have a fix daily shedule ragney ?
    • Suboptimal88
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      Originally posted by ragney
      Its better to mention this in hours. I spend about 38 hours per week. Usually 32 hours of play time and 6 hours of review/coaching.
      Its not the same if you play 16 tables for 3 hours or 1 table for 4.5 hours , in the first case your volume is much higher , so i guess it would be better if we mention this in games/hands played.
    • ragney
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      Originally posted by edik89
      you have a fix daily shedule ragney ?
      Yeah I kinda do and stick with my schedule unless I have to take that day off. ~4.5 days of "work" you can say. Two days for off from poker, one day for poker warm-up (review, coaching etc) and after that 4 days full grind (8-9hr per day)
    • ragney
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      Originally posted by Suboptimal88
      Its not the same if you play 16 tables for 3 hours or 1 table for 4.5 hours , in the first case your volume is much higher , so i guess it would be better if we mention this in games/hands played.
      Most pro poker plays do play a reasonable amount of tables to get the needed volume, it varies per player. I play up to 4-5 heads up tables whenever the action allows it.
    • ghaleon
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      Playing stt sng and 18mans with some 3200 games per month. Need to put lot more in last 4 months to hit my goal though. 30-32 tabling.
    • lapulga01
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      About 120k hands on Rush SH.