Road To Professional Poker Player: Day 2


This is was serious battle. I started my session kind of early around 18:30 server time. There was a guy playing at the table there to just have some fun. While normally this is the type of player you want at your table because they don't care if they win or lose. They just having fun.

However, this guy alone was the start of my early downswing. I sat at this table for a few hours before the table starting clearing out. We played hundreds of hands and this guy only folded about 5 or 6 preflop. I don't know how he lasted so long but he won and lost the same $50 over and over!

Me and this other guy seem to be the only 2 players at the table understood hand selection and position. The rest was donks! It seem like the official donkey day because these guys was hitting their crap hands like 45 off suit. I lost $100 sitting at that table. But once it started to clear out I moved to another $1/$2 limit holdem bad beat table.

This was the beginning of the turn around. I played at this table for about 4 or 5 hours not only breaking even but made a small profit as well. I made $4.19 from the table, $5 from the deposit bonus, and $16.32 from rakeback. After playing the worst poker ever and playing the best poker ever. This is what I ended up with...

Road to PPP: Day 2 Stats
Starting bankroll – $168.23
Current bankroll – $193.74

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2 comments on “Road To Professional Poker Player: Day 2”

  1. Ivan Reply

    Hello Deneil. Good win rate. Congratulations.
    I tried fix limit poker some days ago. It’s rather difficult and different from no-limit. Do you play only fix limit?

    • KushMoney Reply

      You should check out day 3. Wasn’t a good day at all. Have to rebuild my bankroll.

      Yeah, I only play limit holdem for now. I been studying pot limit omaha lately. I think it’s a lot of money to be made in PLO.

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