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There is variance so when you play bad and win you get positive reinforcement. You chess mavens out there can scream all you want, but if you understand both games at anything close to a deep level, you know what I'm talking about. In fact, I am a better poker writer than a poker player. They're not having fun, and don't enjoy themselves - when they play poker, they are essentially going to work. They have no A-game, because they are so protective of their bankrolls that they stay at B level. Good players treat poker like a hobby, where you keep learning and look to improve. First, there are the highly aggressive players with little regard for money, ones who view the game as a deadly competition, or a parade ground for their egos. The difference is, at a higher level regardless of the game, different elements of complexity are implemented into the game. You can be a good player without being a winning player. Your Name.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Poker argument dominated this discussion? All that being said I chose to and still do, take shots far above my bankroll range and have learned alot! Anyone can learn basic chess tricks to win games, just like poker. Movies cost, tickets to a hockey game cost, a dinner out costs. Everyone arguing over chess vs poker, let me clear something up. Poker is, at heart, a form of recreation. Good player? Can you win at poker without being good? Chess is tough because you always play Vs a guy who is similar in skill level. So, while it'd be nice to be a winning player, the truth is that most of you won't be. Good players also work to diminish variance. Online is a completely different game. Chess is a very complicated game at higher level play, the same is with poker. So don't sweat it. In chess all information is available. A "winning" player is one who, over enough time and a sufficient number of hands for the data to be statistically reliable, takes more money off the table than he puts on it. The variance inherent in the online game combined with the volume of new and bad players makes it very difficult to beat! More than I would ever have simply playing micro poker. Lowering variance also makes it easier to play your best game more of the time. Perhaps a more interesting chat could have been enjoyed by all comparing online to live poker as I have. If this also made you into a "winning" player, that would be cool, but it's not necessary and certainly not guaranteed. It isn't. OK; now you see how you can be a "good" player without being a "winning" player. You'll find an astonishing array of smart, engaging people - and, of course, the occasional flame-thrower. I know, that feels a little weird. Few things derail the average player more than a huge hit to their bankroll. But I don't think I am a good player. They read, talk with friends and contribute to the dozens of Internet chat rooms and discussion groups. We mused on the affective elements of the game, looking for ways to maintain emotional equilibrium no matter what was happening. Poker is easier because you can pick your opponents and we only have to play guys we know we can beat. It is more complex, has more interwoven strategic levels and is tougher to master than any of the other supposedly intricate games like bridge and chess. I know this because I keep records and am brutally honest with myself. For starters, good poker players have fun, and they'd better - because they're almost certainly going to lose. If you're not already active in one of these groups, join in. Indeed, figuring out what makes a "good" player isn't straightforward. Play Here. Or winning player? Can you not be consistent ROCK and be considered good? This rake is essentially impossible to overcome. So now to the truth both are very complex but it is true poker is the more complex game. Feel so good. Can you be a "winning" player but not be a "good" player? The biggest part that makes one game more complex then the other is the fact this is a game of incomplete information which makes the game more complex since we have to deal with multiple personalities at the table. Lastly, there are folks like me. The stress that comes with approaching each session with such a highly tuned competitiveness will eventually take its toll. I don't think this is right, but differentiating between them is a bit tricky - maybe more than you think. Comment on that Cancel reply Message. A couple of weeks back I did a little pop psychology riff on Zen. Add the dealer's tip and the bad beat jackpot takeout that players have a preternatural and unfortunate affection for, and up to 2BBs get sliced out of each sizable pot. They are often skinflints who play every day looking to grind out a couple of bucks for lunch, the car payment, rent. Their visits to tiltville will undercut their game. Recreation costs money. In poker you often have to juggle concepts and know which is most important when multiple concepts are in play at the same time and knowing when to throw a concept out the window to exploit something else etc. Poker is tough because in the short term weak players can beat better players. Then there are the unmovable rocks, the tightest of the tight. We are all perfectly content to "lose" money in our preferred forms of recreation and "good" poker players view the game in just this way. Money management is almost more important than the skill portion of the game. Chess has nothing to do with luck and poker is all about mathematics and probability. Good players also think about the game, how they're playing, how others are playing. I'm a long-term positive EV guy. My guess - since I've got no data here I'm running on my own fumes - is that there are at least three kinds of winning players who are not particularly good players. My biggest problem is that I sit at tables that are way too expensive for my bankroll at the time, and it sometimes causes me to become a rock and play scared…. Eduardo Francisco. I know this is old but I am seeing a lot of stuff way off and not even true. Worse, I get really, really ticked at myself and end up howling at the moon like a wolf who's lost his kill. There's a natural fluctuation to the game, and everyone is going to have ups and downs, but the game is far easier to enjoy when the swings are modulated. In essence, we were looking at ways to become a "good" player. One aspect of the game that gets lost in a lot of these discussions is that poker is likely the most complex competitive game routinely played. Some interesting comments, although why has the Chess vs. Their style will ultimately yield a positive EV so, by definition, they are "winning" players. I can go on forever so I hope I covered enough. That's OK for them, but I wouldn't want to spend my life this way. Chess is easy because there is not variance like there is in poker. The reason why poker is tougher still is there is incomplete information to make the best play. I want to state my opinion on the fact chess Vs poker coming from a poker pro. Most people assume a "good" poker player is a "winning" poker player and vice versa. But they will not be "good" players. I consider myself a rock, but have fun doing it. You can make a case for both that chess or poker can be more complex etc. Most of these "action junkies" won't be winning players 10 years down the road unless they make serious adjustments. When these mental lacunae happen they undo hours and hours of "good" play. There is one thing we can all agree on, it is possible for anyone with decent poker knowledge to win a game against any other opponent based on making the right decisions.. These guys and they are almost always men can be long-term winners from a strictly cash point of view but not be good players in anything like the descriptions above. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Best site for new players and beginners with a small bankroll. Poker is tougher because no matter how good you get and how much work you put in to your game you will never master this game. I have too many brain farts, moments where I flatline and do something mind-bendingly stupid. Just ignore them. And, most critically, the high variability that a playing style like this carries with it will mean that this type of player will often not be playing his A-game.