Video blog: Staying positive in Australia

Poker has continued to be rough but I am doing my best to stay positive. Check out this video blog from Melbourne Australia.


2 thoughts on “Video blog: Staying positive in Australia”

  1. Hey jonathona thank you so much for keeping real !!! I’m too am a inspiring poker play. I just got down to tampa , Florida to play in da 335 , 235. 550 tourment. I want said keep posting those video it help me a lot. I’m from biloxi me drove down like 10 hours?im in my motel 6 right now watching your video . With gas, hotel , food it starting to add up john I pro lay spend like 250 dollar here. Haven’t plAy a hand yet.. Anyway thank you for you video and insight. I will keep u posted how I’m doing.

    1. I am glad you like the content. Sadly, most small stakes tournaments are not worth traveling to because it costs way too much to get there. If you are a world-class player, perhaps in the top 100 players in the world, you can expect to win at around 100% roi, meaning if you invest $1,000, you will win $1,000. If you are traveling for a few days and paying $1,000 to get there, you should expect to spend $1,000 and win $1,000 on average, meaning you break even. That being said, it is still possible to turn a nice profit if you spend a ton of time playing cash games. It is important to not look at how much you could win (winning 1st place for $50,000 or something like that) and instead think about how much you will win on average. Good luck!

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