Weekly question: what poker player(s) you look up to most? (Part 2) 

Charles Hawk: what poker player(s) you look up to most?

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Stevan "random_chu" Chew: I'm not sure, there are a few guys who I'd say I look up to I guess, other than my close friends.
Stevan "random_chu" Chew: Ike springs to mind. He's world class at so many different games, has been around for a long time and proven himself for years as being one of the best. He's also supposed to be a really nice dude, which is great.
Stevan "random_chu" Chew: Then there are guys like trueteller, otb redbaron, and jungle. All of them are world class players who have proven time and time again why they deserve to be thought of as the best of the best​

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Chris (CHD17): The poker player I look up to most is Barry Greenstein
Chris (CHD17): I love how much he has donated towards charitys, he has also given quite a bit to the poker  community, giving players signed copy of ace on the river, doing poker road show etc.

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Helio "hneves182" Neves: From the top of my mind only one I can think of is Doug Polk for general skill level and the overall way he approaches the game and goes about improving and trying to be the best.

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Weekly question: what poker player(s) you look up to most? 

Charles Hawk: what poker player(s) you look up to most?

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This week I tracked 46 players - 22 showed profit, 11 had losses and 13 were break-even. Winners combined for about ~$81,000, losers for ~$54,000. "Atomfred" played biggest sample - 1131 games.

anthonyff Won The Most

This week I tracked 47 players - 23 showed profit, 10 had losses and 14 were break-even. Winners combined for about ~$81,000, losers for ~$29,500. "JstAplayer93" played biggest sample - 948 games.

Daniel "w00ki3z." Cates Won The Most

Charles Hawk: What is the toughest or most challenging about being poker pro?​​

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Chris (CHD17): The toughest challenge about being a pro poker player is balancing poker with real life. Having the freedom to work whenever I want often leads to me playing too often or not enough.

Jack "jackstack99/aisixer3jk" Ketendjian: Nothing really, it's great to be an Husng reg. The only thing I'd say is not being sure  what the future holds in husngs with bots being around.

Andrew: For me the most challenging to be a poker pro is to deal with dispersion. Because of dispersion I never know my real level of skill.

Darius 'AAnythingKK': I think its maintaining a high standard of play even when running bad. Spins have a lot of variance in a lot of different ways and not playing more scared/aggro when 'they always have it' can be tough.

Arturs "IKSecret" Kurnajevs: To discipline yourself keep working on your game to excel after you have reached decent income comfort zone and of course maintaining good life balance!