I kept seeing ads on TV for online poker, and I knew some friends who had already tried it out. I found a site, signed up for an account, within two hours I lost $50. I was a college student at the time, so losing that fifty dollars hurt. I figured there must be a way to beat the weaker players online, so I headed out and bought a couple books on the subject.
(PRWEB) March 29, 2006
Our player's real-life name is Trey, but he won't reveal any of his online poker screen names for our article. He started playing online poker in early 2004, and has put countless hours into perfecting his online poker skills. Although he is now making more in one month than he used to make in one year, it didn't happen overnight.
"I kept seeing ads on TV for online poker, and I knew some friends who had already tried it out. I found a site, signed up for an account, within two hours I lost $50. I was a college student at the time, so losing that fifty dollars hurt. I figured there must be a way to beat the weaker players online, so I headed out and bought a couple books on the subject."
Trey speaks with excitement oozing out from his young, charismatic, well dressed self. He's only 23 and has already won hundreds of thousands of dollars online. It's obvious to anyone that this young man is having the time of his life, and he attributes it all to online poker.
"After learning about strategy and gaining an understanding for the game, I knew that I could be a winning player if I wanted to. It was pretty early on that I simply decided that I was going to beat the game. No turning back, I chose to be a winning player. I was sick of going to school every day, and even sicker of working late shifts for my low pay bartending job on campus. I decided I wasn't going to let this opportunity slip by, and boy am I glad I made that choice."
"Within three months, I had given up the bartending job. I was suddenly making between $2000 and $4000 per month just playing online poker. It only took a few months to turn a hobby into a great career. I work my own hours, and I make more than I would've if I had finished my schooling. It was an easy decision I made to become a winning player, and it's something that I truly think almost anyone can do."
Trey recommends treating the game as a business. He keeps track of all his winning and losing sessions, and sits down and analyzes his play for each session. He tries to find his own weak spots and eliminate them. He works hard at honing his best skills, and tries to exploit other players with them.
Nowadays, Trey wins an average of $17,000 per month, and that figure is constantly growing. He knows he can win more, and he's working on his skills every time he plays. He believes the players at Full Tilt Poker tend to be weaker than at most sites. He says that most new players end up losing, so they just quit. That means that there's lots of free cash floating around because of the weaker players, and it's just waiting to be won by someone like himself. He's making a collection of the easiest sites to win money at, and his site can be found at http://www.apexgaming.com/.
His advice: make yourself a promise to become a winning player. Learn by reading, playing, and never giving up. Only then could you become the next one to beat the game of online poker.