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Expected Revenue in Dwell Poker





One of the most questioned about topics–how much revenue can you hope to make actively playing very low to midstakes are living poker? Specially, the no limit texas holdem assortment.

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31 comments

  1. This how you get killed by serial killer at night

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  2. It's also misleading to narrate as though success is a function of work in this game. The truth is that poker, like any risk/reward profession, is all about emotional stability. 1000000000% about it. People with enough self control and discipline will eventually learn to win, people without it are doomed to fail even if they have natural talent. As a born games player I always have an edge at low-mid stakes, After two decades of play I have to admit that I will never in my life maintain an account long term. I can win for months but eventually I will play too big out of over confidence or even intentionally lose an account balance to relieve stress.
    Some.People.Wont.Beat.The.Game.Ever.

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  3. yeah, it has to be very stressful, keeping a sharp eye on the bankroll at all times.

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  4. rough life hitting the casino late at nite, playing until dawn. very rough. i cannot imagine the stress. not sure i could do it. maybe if i played one casino, during the day, playing with the old men.

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  5. do you pay tax for cash games ?

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  6. Why does instinct get thrown out the window?

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  7. Start off the right way!!!
    Become a truck driver.
    Hear me out, I've been grinding it out for just over two years. Get with a good company, that has benefits and freedom to pick your locations. This will allow you to have a steady income as a truck driver and will broaden your poker experience playing all over the country. I love the game and I love making money. This route will get you the much needed experience in multiple different venues and broaden your player pool substantially. The typical players I've met play the same casino, with the same regulars a few times a week. You may be honing your skills but your not diversifying the playing field and allowing yourself to grow as a poker player.

    Good Luck All

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  8. cold truth…….

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  9. I have logged 1152 live sessions over the years. I think it is really important to keep accurate data on yourself.

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  10. Go stuff Andrew. Throwing truth

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  11. can anyone join the text group?

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  12. So you make like 6k per month. You should also tell people they shoul have 100k or more behind to play 2 5 game

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  13. Andrew. I wan a be a pro and full time poker player. But im stuck now. I have full time job. But still playing 3_ 4 nights a week. At the begining when i just started , i play 2.5 pretty tight. That make pretty good outcome. I won 8 out of 10 times. Then when i have the money, i start to play loose. And aggressive. Bluffing a lot that make me lost, and i got on tilt easy. And keeping loosing big time. so i play 1 2. To gain back my confident . I won up again. And come to 2 5. And keep winning and loosing. ( .still old way. Loose and aggressive. Willing to gambke all the money on a draw) That not making any profit…… what should i do to play the way i played before?

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  14. I ran @ 6-7BB/hr for 6 months. But recent 3 months at zero. Go figure

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  15. she had her teeth done?

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  16. I can get by on $1900 a month in vegas

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  17. 40 hours a week is nothing i was working 63 hours 6 days a week

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  18. There are 52 weeks in a year

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  19. I love this, but you also have to assume the following. As you make money, more players go broke (even from rake) and fewer people will play. You can see this in poker rooms everywhere. A smart player has to either follow where the games or casino rooms are new (such as the FLorida boom, then the baltimore boom, etc.) or even countries (brazil just started, China was new, but raked too high). But eventually the fad will fade completely. IN 10 years there is already RIDICULOUSLY reduced players, plus remaining players are better. That's why you see so many more players turn to coaching. IN LONG TERM VIEW, every player should gain some skill set that is transportable and fall back on it. A combo of real job and 10-20 hours poker would be the best solution.

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  20. Don't tell me how to play MY game Mr. Neeme!!!

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  21. I don't look at the math when I do play though to make it simple if I'm playing 1/2 no limit my goal is to make $200 to $350 for the day and if I am playing 2 5 No Limit my goal is to make 500 to $700. I do not play much 5-10 No Limit due to bankroll sizing. And I typically try to play anywhere from three to five days I'm for the most part I do reach my goals every week with maybe a 1 losing day 2 if I'm playing 5 or six days a week. If you do the math on that it's easy to tell that I do have a secondary income playing cards

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  22. I disagree with that number and anybody who says 10 big blinds an hour is not doable over long-term is an idiot so I averaged out over the course of a year I playing 2 5 No Limit I averaged roughly about 30 times the big blind an hour I'll never understand because even on the forms online everybody's incorrect either that or the State of Florida is just a gold mine

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  23. I am a recreational player, I have a good friend who is a pro, he was a prop and has been playing 20 years plus. I am absolutely positive that he makes $27 per hour.
    Good work, keep it up.

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  24. I'm assuming you have a chip collection from various casinos. Any chips from horseshoe southern indiana, locally known as "the boat"? If not, I will send you a few in exchange for a shoutout on the vlog. Deal? Btw, love the vlog. I appreciate the philosophy and life lessons that you mix in with the poker, which is very informative and the production is great. Thanks and keep it up! I'm in Louisville btw, and just moved home from Vegas in May after being there just short of 2 years.

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  25. wow andrew fucks a negro, how pathetic, not even a fat assed one, fuckin loser andrew

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  26. Andrew, what would you recommend for a new inspiring poker player for study material?

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  27. For people with an aversion to big, pretty rocks, he gets on topic at 6:00 and really gets to the point at 7:50

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  28. To be a poker professional win a big tournament get endorsements become a house player and hope you can break even playing poker LOL

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  29. I really appreciate this video show what a real grind this is

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  30. fuck man you look as beat up as nicolas cage in leaving las vegas

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  31. first time i heard someone talk bb per hours instead of 100 hands ±P

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