People watch high stakes cash games, especially High Stakes Poker at GSN, where aggressive players like Tom Dwan bet on three streets with air and force their opponent to resign. For an incompetent viewer, it’s incredibly easy to make a lot of money playing poker. Most people are lazy and want to get rich in the simplest way. People believe in miracles.

Think of any business.

What is the ultimate goal of any business? To make money. It’s simple. In today’s competitive environment only the best can survive. Business with the greatest advantage. There is a big difference between economics and poker. All companies must make money. If they do not, sooner or later they go out. Studies show that over 75% of poker players are entertainment lovers who play online poker for fun. Imagine such an entrepreneurial environment! There is a lot of potential here, but many get along well with low incomes and low incomes.

In this multi-part, step-by-step tutorial, I will guide you through the technical part to set up the perfect workspace and present you with the thinking you need to achieve your goals. I will provide you with an illustrated and detailed guide that describes all the steps you need. This guide is intended for people with little or no experience playing poker online.

If you feel confident playing micro / small bets, this guide will be of less importance to you. It should focus on the mentality and, mainly, on the commercial approach. I guarantee that changing your mindset will increase your results.

However, if you are new to poker or a player in (the results are not important yet, if you undertake obligations, as I will describe later), I advise you to follow the step-by-step system described above. This will give you a great competitive advantage in the limit with which you start playing.

This guide is for those who take it seriously.

 This is about starting a business. And starting a business is not easy. Spending money is easy, but it takes effort to start the poker business. It takes an investment of time and money.

An important aspect of starting your poker business is that it requires much less investment in terms of money than the creation of a company. It has fairly low initial costs, low fixed costs, and minimal variable costs. You must maintain a high stock, but this stock is completely liquid (mostly effective) and has no associated costs. As you can see, the configuration of your poker business requires a very small financial investment.


Careful planning of your time investments is essential to maximize your results. The key to your success is deciding how much time to devote to your business in a week, how to distribute it between learning, playing and having fun and maintaining it for a long time.