It's been a couple of weeks now that I have been working a full time 9-5 job. I'm just getting used to waking up around 6.30am which is tough considering the random times I used to get up and all the lie-ins I would have when I wanted to.
Being a poker pro is a great life if you can reach a good level. It would have been great to make SNE one time but I guess that will never happen.
I had a few years grinding but that's over now and I have new goals. I may return to it in a few years time or even earlier if I get canned from the new job.
So now poker for me is a recreational pass time. The first week I played an hour each day after work. In week 2 I pretty much played no poker at all until Fri/Sat. I am now playing 18 tables of normal FR with almost no Zoom. I have been playing all month at NL50. From September I will move up to NL100 and play between 8 and 12 tables of normal FR.
My goals for the rest of the year are to win a little each month, get to 200k VPPs and to try to move up slowly. When I previously worked full time I was an NL200 reg also playing NL400. I had no money worries because my work covered all my bills. I find myself in that position again so why not try to shoot for higher..!! Lets spin this up...