I'm 6 max. NLHE cash game player, who's totally in love with poker. I aim to learn the game pretty much every day. I've playing poker for the last 10 years but recently taking it more seriously after losing my 9-5 corporate job. I've played in various sites and ended up being a winning player with a small margin for the games up to NL50. I've started to shot take NL100 recently. I'm losing at that stake currently but I'm confident that I'll be able to beat this stake after I fix my obvious leaks.
What are my goals in poker?
In short I'm aiming to become the best poker player/best self I can ever be. Process is long and not easy. There are a lot of ups and downs and I'm still learning on those topics. I'm setting daily and weekly goals currently, and it's my priority to achieve them. I usually learn poker by discussing with friends and/or recently running some drills. I still don't understand the solver outputs much but I'm spending everyday around 1 hour to understand some concepts better. By the end of 2023 I aim to establish myself as a NL200 winning regular, and by the end of 2024 I aim at NL500+ earning my income from poker mainly.
I sometimes feel lost when it comes to learn new poker concepts. It's actually the reason that name of the blog is Steady Poker Journey. I digest the information slowly but surely :)
I'll soon share some graphs from my results since 2022. Also, I'll be sharing my weekly goals, and reviewing them here, at the end of each week.