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Robert V Lux quits poker

Tags: poker, quits, Robert V Lux, sweden.
Posted on Thursday, February 04, 2010 by "T".

It wasn't a long time ago since Jonas "Nebuchad Danielsson, one of Sweden's best online poker players, wrote in his blog that he had decided to quit poker and do something else instead. The reason for this was that he had lost his interest in playing poker and also his edge the few times he played.

Now, another famous Swedish poker player has decided to quit poker. Robert V Lux is a very well known poker player in Sweden. Lux has won the Nordic championship, played in most of the major poker tournaments around the globe, and also had a huge success online at the medium stakes under the alias "Dödarn".

"I won't miss poker because I have lost the interest, totally. However, I will miss the money and the lifestyle." said Robert V Lux.

 


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20 comments for "Robert V Lux quits poker"

 mazas2/4/2010 2:59:54 PM GMT
its really something wrong with Swedish players Smile good job made and now go away think they soon back because money just spend and not so much they earn in real life so they back to take part and get some fast big money pot Smile
just we must wait while moneys goes down Smile
good luck all
 DaMessiah6662/4/2010 3:33:27 PM GMT
We have to understand with his quote "I will miss the money" that he is completely broken, isn't he? Or he has wasted all the money won in other things that I don't want to write
 Kristan2/4/2010 3:48:50 PM GMT
Hes either found a lady who is absulutely against poker or hes broke Tongue. I cant imagine how someone can lose interest to poker. Ok, hold em really is boring sometimes, but stud, razz, whole HORSE, 7 2 lowball. Man i never get tired from those, never Blink
 jevo2/4/2010 3:50:34 PM GMT
blah blah blah... He'll be back.
 Joe_Average2/4/2010 4:08:32 PM GMT
Posted by Kristan:
I cant imagine how someone can lose interest to poker.

Maybe he is totally into bingo now.... Big Smile
 xxxbchxxx2/4/2010 4:24:23 PM GMT
Oh Year like anyone ever gives up poker.... you can leave it alone for a while or even stop playing for a month or two but in the end you always come back. Why would you give something up that you are good at and have the ability to make money from?
What a prat.
 Kristan2/4/2010 4:30:47 PM GMT
Posted by Joe_Average:
Posted by Kristan:
I cant imagine how someone can lose interest to poker.

Maybe he is totally into bingo now.... Big Smile

lol, - bored from poker and found bingo haha, goodone Blink

* Big Smile As much as Ive red and learned in this site, Bingo is not tolerated at all by the members of BRM.
 BhStaljin2/4/2010 6:56:16 PM GMT

Hehehe soon when he sees that earning money is not that is easy like poker....

Surely he will come back....I know I would.....When you are good in this you dont quit

unless you start to lose much.....
 psycokiller2/5/2010 1:37:57 AM GMT
Poker is like an itch; the more u try to ignore it, the more u need to scratch it. He'll be back, maybe not now, but in a couple of years when he discovers the everyday life at a 9-5 job sucks ass.
 dule-vu2/5/2010 2:46:16 AM GMT
I dont know who is he,but who cares!everybody says that and everybody return!only people who sold house for gambling,that people would be back Tongue
 oliver0822982/5/2010 4:59:30 AM GMT
darn, another good player quitting..., but he'll be back... i can feel it... maybe not soon but he'll be back...
 shokaku2/5/2010 6:01:20 AM GMT
Posted by Kristan:
I cant imagine how someone can lose interest to poker.

Playing for fun and playing countless hours trying to make a living are two very different things.
 duck_19912/5/2010 6:50:04 AM GMT
who cares ? there's still plenty of good players ...
 Kristan2/5/2010 7:34:35 AM GMT
Posted by shokaku:
Posted by Kristan:
I cant imagine how someone can lose interest to poker.

Playing for fun and playing countless hours trying to make a living are two very different things.



Pro players are not TRYING to make a living, they simply MAKE a living! Thatswhy they are well known and recognised Blink
 Miloutre2/5/2010 7:36:30 AM GMT
Rubbish! That's like a professionnal footballer giving up at the beginning of his career and getting a regular job. He's basically made shit loads of cash out of what started off as a hobby, and he's just gonna quit like that. What BS! The odds are a million to one for him not to come back to poker after getting a taste of what real life is about.
The "interest" as he said will come back when he needs the cash.
 rattacha2/5/2010 12:14:50 PM GMT
Well, i hope it won't happen with me. I like this game. And i would like to get ticket to at least one big game. Just to know how it feels when you say: All-in against Phil Ivey and saw his face when the river comes. Let it be what it is.
 SuperNoob2/5/2010 3:23:18 PM GMT
whats up with swedish guys losing interest in poker
but there's no use playing if you don't want to , u'll just end up losing your bankroll
think he'll be surely back in few years
 LaBaiz2/6/2010 9:15:31 AM GMT
what da hell is going on with swedish pro players, all starting to quit poker, maybe they found some other source of income. Maybe the field is getting tougher Blink
 GabeKaplan2/6/2010 10:00:04 AM GMT
after some top pros lost millions last year, maybe they said hey i kno when to quit while im ahead, cant blame them
 ZmxPowah2/7/2010 2:53:36 PM GMT
I think there is a secret organization which steals Poker skills!
They started with guys from Sweden beware...
Yes mummy i am going to take my pills..

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