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To start off with you would need a considerable starting bank to be able to handle a bad month or two. Excellent money management is vital and a serious amount of self-discipline is essential.
Anonymous:I tried going full-time and had a good 6 months but then 2 bad months and I started paniking a bit. I used to be a decent player but the pressure of having to win made me change my game slightly and I became a little predictable. It really is not easy going full-time and I suggest not doing it if you have anyone depending on you ie: family and kids.
Anonymous:Guess the best way would be the money you are betting should be counted as lost from the word go. that would give you the right mind set to make the right moves and play your best poker, Ultimatly going pro should be a slow evolution of accumilated wealth.
Reality is we all would like to turn pro and live the hi life, however don't forget that the grass is always greener on the other side. maybe being a pro is ot that great once you are living in it....
People are waiting to help.