Similar to many others, i began my poker career during the "Moneymaker Boom" around 2004.
I first became interested in poker after watching the 2003 WSOP and watching many of the WPT final tables that were aired on pay-tv in Australia.
I signed up at paradise poker and found myself immediately drawn to LHE.
Over the past 7 years I have gradually worked my way up from 2c/4c and now play as high as $100/$200 with my main game being between $10-$20-$30/$60 playing approximately 20K hands per month.
I play both HUHU and 6max and find the nuances of both formats fascinating. I think i can be especially helpful to any players trying to make a transition from one style to the other.
Poker has never come naturally to me. Im not convinced that it does come "naturally" to anyone, but I do know that for many players it does involve alot of thinking away from the tables.
Poker is a game that contains so many variables, and therefore is constantly changing. The players change, the style of play changes and its for this reason I like to allow scope for my students to be open-minded about their game.
Todays LHE climate is constantly getting tougher. I feel that the future for successful players is to sometimes try and move away from the traditional "2p2" style of thought and towards a more dynamic strategy that can allow us to win in tougher games.
I spend most of my time playing at FT these days, here is my graph for the last 12 months.