Joined: May '13
Age: 25 (M)
Well nice video from him, he gave a nice interview , and i agree poker is changing a lot and it is now becoming harder and harder to play poker , with all those materials about poker out there. People now play tight even the newbies so not that much fish. In 2000 you could play tight and make lot of money as limping was the norm at that time and playing tight was being a fish! Anyway nice news mate.
Joined: Aug '10
Age: 45 (M)
The Problem was, taht the poker rooms can´t get enough. The promotions and rakeback offers are not so good like in the past. And at every table you get neverending suckouts over suckouts. Yes, what he say was true!
Joined: Apr '10
Age: 33 (M)
"and i agree poker is changing a lot and it is now becoming harder and harder to play poker , with all those materials about poker out there. People now play tight even the newbies so not that much fish."
Must see and do for this to keep it fun and profitable ...
According to Daniel so quel Negreano want for the future of poker: it is an ecosystem in the game "is fun and competitive at all later."
Affirming that the key to success in poker is a "collective effort" where professional players should create a close relationship between their goals and the "greater good" game.
Joined: Mar '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 47 (M)
I dont think that poker will ever die just by judging the amount of entries in these big money tournaments. If you log into any poker site you will see that nearly every tournament fills up quite quickly