This week I tracked 29 players - 9 showed profit, 8 had losses and 12 were break-even. Winners combined for about ~$88,000, losers for ~$27,000. ''HosniMubarak'' played biggest sample - 528 games.

IKSecret Won The Most (+$36,243 after 283 games)

Interview with Adam "adamc1988" Carmichael​ (Part 2)

Charles Hawk: What are your predictions about the future of online poker? Are still confident that it will be very profitable in next years for many regs? 

Adam "adamc1988" Carmichael​: I think online poker will still be profitable for many years to come. You need to put in more work off the tables than you used to, but I haven’t seen anything that makes me think the games wont be very profitable for many regs going forward. Things change over time and you just need to be ready and willing to adapt to the changes that come.

Charles Hawk: From the positive side: maybe Amaya's policy to re-work “poker as a game of skill” into “poker as a fun leisure acitivity” could be good for regs in the longterm and the online poker overral in a way that will attract alot of new recreationals and the poker market overrall will rise again? What are your thoughts? 

This week I tracked 28 players - 12 showed profit, 6 had losses and 10 were break-even. Winners combined for about ~$70,000, losers for ~$17,000. Luke ''LFmagic'' Fields played biggest sample - 932 games.

IKSecret Won The Most (+$22,217 after 451 games)

This week I tracked 28 players - 13 showed profit, 7 had losses and 8 were break-even. Winners combined for about ~$94,000, losers for ~$28,000. Luke ''LFmagic'' Fields played biggest sample - 610 games.

jackstack99 Won The Most (+$36,134 after 526 games)

Interview with Adam "adamc1988" Carmichael​

Charles Hawk: As you told me, you are transitiong out of poker after 6 years of playing the game religiously: what are the main reason behind it?

Adam "adamc1988" Carmichael​: The main reason I’m transitioning out of poker is that I want to take on new challenges and to push myself to grow away from the tables. After playing poker full time for 6 years, I’ve achieved everything I wanted to through poker both on a performance and financial level. I’m in a fortunate position where I can zoom out and look at the bigger picture and choose a direction for my life which I will find the most fulfilling over the next 5-10 years. I’m excited to put all my efforts into pursing interests away from the tables.

Charles Hawk: What are you planning to do next?