Many people who take up poker know how easily it can become addictive if you’re not careful. Like any other activity or game that is highly entertaining, you should be cautious when it comes to your poker hours – after all, no excess has ever been the source of something great, and it may easily destroy your experience and turn it into a toxic habit.
If you’re a beginner, your poker sessions should last for 1 or 2 hours. However, being a professional means that poker is basically replacing a full-time job, so your sessions can last for up to 8 or 9 hours. Naturally, this doesn’t mean that you have to play it for 8-9 hours straight – you can still take breaks whenever you think it’s necessary.
However, this is just an average period of time – the length of your poker sessions is influenced by several factors. One of them is the number of poker tables you’re playing. When it comes to this, limits should be imposed – for instance, there are people who play 20 tables at a time, which can become unhealthy in the long run: after all, it’s impossible for anyone to make the best decisions in a situation that requires an enormous amount of concentration.
If you’re on a winning strike, though, you can try to play as much as you have the patience to. This is because winning can make you alert and confident at the same time, as you start wishing for more – this is a situation that can become very profitable, if you know how to take advantage of it. In opposition, if you’re on a losing streak, you should know when to stop.
All in all, there is no specific number of hours per day – poker should be played for as long as your circumstances are favorable, but without mentally draining yourself.
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Round up report for the sit and go 10 player challenge from Thursday 12th July which saw kermitcrew win the prize money.
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