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Poker-Game or Job?

It`s about poker being a job for some people and just a game to others
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/Jan/21

A great job.

By: TerryKoz @ 00:04 (EST) / 205 / Comment ( 0 )

I say both for me.i started out playing for fun,then was just another form of entertainment.It came back around for me after a few restarts,and in the last couple months it beacame a challenge,a way to better myself thru discipline,better descision making,mindfulness,math,mental fortitude and hard work.A bit cliche but that`s what happened.Now it`s become some sort of a `job` in a way.Not looking to get rich,just sustain what i have and make a decent living,but coming off my biggest cash to date ive been working harder on being able to withdraw a few bucks and sustain a decent bankroll. Can`t quite put it into words but i love poker,and it`s taken a long time to be a decent player and i want it to stay that way.

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