Weekly question: what poker player(s) you look up to most? 

Charles Hawk: what poker player(s) you look up to most?

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This week I tracked 46 players - 22 showed profit, 11 had losses and 13 were break-even. Winners combined for about ~$81,000, losers for ~$54,000. "Atomfred" played biggest sample - 1131 games.

anthonyff Won The Most

This week I tracked 47 players - 23 showed profit, 10 had losses and 14 were break-even. Winners combined for about ~$81,000, losers for ~$29,500. "JstAplayer93" played biggest sample - 948 games.

Daniel "w00ki3z." Cates Won The Most

Charles Hawk: What is the toughest or most challenging about being poker pro?​​

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Chris (CHD17): The toughest challenge about being a pro poker player is balancing poker with real life. Having the freedom to work whenever I want often leads to me playing too often or not enough.

Jack "jackstack99/aisixer3jk" Ketendjian: Nothing really, it's great to be an Husng reg. The only thing I'd say is not being sure  what the future holds in husngs with bots being around.

Andrew: For me the most challenging to be a poker pro is to deal with dispersion. Because of dispersion I never know my real level of skill.

Darius 'AAnythingKK': I think its maintaining a high standard of play even when running bad. Spins have a lot of variance in a lot of different ways and not playing more scared/aggro when 'they always have it' can be tough.

Arturs "IKSecret" Kurnajevs: To discipline yourself keep working on your game to excel after you have reached decent income comfort zone and of course maintaining good life balance!

HSR weekly report #183: Biggest Winners - "koh1990"; Biggest Loser - ''Saauron1'' 

This week I tracked 46 players - 22 showed profit, 13 had losses and 11 were break-even. Winners combined for about ~$71,000, losers for ~$37,000. "koh1990" played biggest sample - 881 games.

koh1990 Won The Most (+$9,629 after 881 games)