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Where to start?

    • mansellboi
      Joined: 19.12.2010 Posts: 4
      Ok Iv being playing poker for sometime now mainly as a recreatinal player, my question is where to start if I want to play serious fulltime? I'd be greatfull for any advice :) cheers mansellboi
  • 1 reply
    • metalmonkey80
      Joined: 15.08.2013 Posts: 2,501
      Hello mansellboi,

      Welcome to

      What ever your skill level Poker Strategy has lots of great articles and forums to help make you make the most of your game.
      Where are you from? In fact, why don't you get yourself added to our Member map. You never know, the nearest PokerStrategist may live right next door. :f_p:
      Can you tell me about some of the games you have played so far and what games you are looking to gain more experience in.
      A good place to start is in the strategy section 'poker for beginners' found here
      PS also host a great video tutorial section for many different games and strategies found here
      Below are some links to learning articles you may find interesting to get you started.
      The Quick Guide to Skyrocketing Your Poker and Life Productivity
      perfect intro to multi tabling.
      5-point plan: From break-even grinder to winning player
      NL Beginners Course - Overview

      Though out the year there are many challenges where you can win status upgrades and other prizes.
      There is also a TaF (Tell a Friend) promotion scheme which will reward you money to help build your bank roll or buy tools with!
      Many members also have there own blogs to help them track there progress and experiences, for example a good place to visit is the 'Learning to win' forum found here
      When running a blog, you will profit from the following advantages:

      • By documenting your progress and career you will increase both your motivation and endurance.
      • You will work on your game automatically by discussing tricky spots with other members.
      • During a downswing you will profit from psychological support and encouragement.
      • With time passing by you will get to know a lot of cool people and even build some friendships.

      If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask.
      Good luck at the tables.