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I began with freerolls, building my way up. I spoke with Jake Cody earlier. He actually started from very little and it worked, as he never had to deposit again.
How did it work for you? How much was your initial investment in poker? I treated it like the recreational player.
I would just play whatever I wanted to play; then I just learned over time. I said: OK, I want to be successful at this, I need to manage my bankroll.
What else did you see? I did go through the Old Town. I did the bus tour, which was amazing. These are long days here at the tournament.
People say exciting things about that. Prague Christmas market hype twitch EPT poker travel pic. I was so nervous — walking in for the first time.
I remember being really afraid. So, I do remember being scared, but really loving it after maybe 30 minutes of getting used to it.
What brought to you to the Twitch platform? Did you play other online games before? I started streaming on October 25th, It coincided with me dropping out of school and deciding on playing full time as a poker professional.
When I did that, I realized I wanted to be part of the poker industry. This is what I wanted to do with my life, I wanted to give back to the game.
It perfectly coincided with it, launching and me having the opportunity: this is it, I can do this. How did this happen?
Are you more technically literate? So, he did message me, I got him on Skype and I set him up. This was my introduction to Daniel Negreanu — setting up his Twitch channel.
RealKidPoker Pinching myself! Thanks for doing what you do Daniel. I have looked up to you since the start. This year, you signed an official sponsorship deal with PokerStars.
What do you think made them approach you? I was very surprised that it happened at the time it did. It was just six months after I launched my stream.
It was really crazy. There is a reason they thought we would be good fit together. There is this new community on Twitch — it makes poker fun and exciting, something that maybe has not been the focus of poker for a while.
My parents are both teachers. May dad was a professor — he just retired recently and my mom is a high school teacher; both in music. For me, I did go to college and university.
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