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My list of great poker destinations contains the classic places in every continent Macau has a lot of casinos and cardrooms to keep the poker player happy.


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Find out the top 20 spots to plan your next poker holiday! Here is my list of 20 excellent places for a poker vacation, all of which I've played in.


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This depends how you approach playing professionally. Montreal attracts this kind of thing due to it's sleazy side Sex clubs, prostitution, drugs loose, European treatment of things 18 year old drinking age.. Those are key. Montreal has some of the loosest, wildest poker action. New York - I only played bigger poker underground games right around when FullTilt Poker launched yeah, early s. If you really want longevity in this intercoursed up trade you should risk manage with respect to game availability. I got sick of the place once I exhausted all the restaurants and shows in about a year. It's not that close either. Florida to play with a table full of nitty retirees, more power to you. Originally Posted by madlex. After that ideally you want 4. That's a huge liability. Best of 3 options so far easily IMO, and possibly the best option of all. Dallas which has plenty of nite life and other debauchery But if you would rather pay 4 times as much for an apartment in S. Being a "pro" in a city with two poker rooms is suboptimal in my opinion. Re: What is the best city in the world to be a professional player? Originally Posted by callipygian. From what I heard, nowadays, except really private games that's essentially invitation only, games run pretty small and rake is insane although games are really soft. Say what you will about WinStar, but if I was a young aspiring pro with flexibility it would be high on my list 1 Live in a college town only mins away from WinStar. Macau - holy batman crazy Chinese people. First is overall living in the city, a catch all to include things to do, food, entertainment and cost of living expenses. Action tends to be good but crazy action games like those you'd find in LA are rarer. Originally Posted by 8o8. Washington DC - National Harbor and Maryland Live have gotten large enough to support a pro and they are both within daily commute distance. These people lose obscene amounts of money on an annual basis. Originally Posted by MikeStarr. Can you be a cash pro there? A wide variety of action? It's still a decent base with Catskills few tables, mostly low stakes, soft action , Foxwoods well, Foxwoods , Borgata really nice but There just aren't a lot of recreational players that drive hours to play poker. Maybe Toronto could be high up depending on what happens to the Woodbine Casino in Toronto, i'm hoping this is the case as I live in Toronto. Like, shockingly few people want to move up. If one casino or poker room closes for an unforeseen reason you now have one room to play at, with no competition. Originally Posted by thenewoldpro. As someone that spent some time in Macau I think the majority of the players myself included lived in Hong Kong or somewhere else in Asia even if they considered Macau homebase. Your main priority as a pro is to mitigate risk. Montreal is a great city but are we trying to find great cities that also have some poker There's only 2 poker rooms in Montreal.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} But that's up to you. Miami, SF, Toronto if they finally open poker rooms nearby in the next few years , 3. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}User Name Remember Me? They were all kind of seedy back then and were always trying to strike a balance between the risk of getting busted and upping the stakes and increasing number of tables. Their negative responses to your post will be best interpreted through the lens of the real question being, "Where can I put in the fewest hours playing mediocre poker and not have to make any major sacrifices to my middle class lifestyle expectations? Originally Posted by bentonja. Low costs of living. Are the games better than other top US metro areas? While I totally agree with the rest of your post, fundamentally, most of the people who are asking about these things are pretty happy with mid-5 figure winnings. May I have a drum roll please? Are there choices? There are relatively few pros in those games. What is the best city in the world to be a professional player? For example, LA may be a great place to live, with lots of great poker rooms, but as a pro, you would need to be concenred with the high cost of living. It's miles south of downtown Oklahoma City and 80 miles northwest of downtown Dallas, and I'm assuming that neither of these cities will crack the list of best cities in which to be a live pro. London - poker just isn't as big. The key is that you will find it difficult to reliably make a 6-figure salary playing poker without a large local cohort of deep pocketed people who gamble regularly at the poker table. WinStar in Oklahoma cant be ignored because IMO they have the softest games in the country but its in the literal middle of nowhere so theres that. But this is probably years away. They have Casino Montreal and Playground poker rooms. When discussing the best city in the world to be a professional we can ignore a casino that isn't actually in a city. Also close enough to PA and AC casinos if you want a change of scenery. Last edited by Rapini; at AM. All of this must be mixed with where you actually want to live too! Another huge plus are countries where gambling winnings are tax free. Do the card rooms offer free food, drinks and other incentives? A cash based local economy Those are bonuses. Are there a lot of nearby card rooms? And your suggestions? I know the games at Maryland live are supposed to be off the wall but it's one casino. Of course this can change frequently, but is there something about your city to attract poorer players? A good gambling culture 5. What you really want as a live pro is a city with: 1. I have not been everywhere in the world who has? That tends not to exist in touristy cities with a highly transient recreational player pool such as Las Vegas. Relative lack of cardroom choices and that can get pretty stale. Good action in combination with deep pockets is the magic formula. Just wondering opinions on this. That or you don't want to jump through hoops to play online poker. That alone makes it a great spot for a pro. Overall the city is not too expensive to live in, the food and culture is great. Or course. LA any other answer is incorrect 2. Totally unlivable. I think the winner is Montreal. LV - lots and lots of poker. I'm sure NYC pros disagree. LA - I hate the city, mostly because I hate driving. The main form of that is variance, but risks to your game availability are equally problematic. Macau is dead in terms of poker currently. Las Vegas NYC would be there but playing underground for a primary income isn't for me. Pretty solid French food options. At the moment Melbourne or Sydney would be my top picks. This was the last city I played in that had a true maniac I'm talking all in preflop with any two cards multiple times in a row. Third, probbaly most important, is the quality of the typical player. Second, is access to quality casinos. Poker games are crazy available and action is the best, on average, of all the cities I listed except Macau. Last edited by Rapini; at PM. Legal access to the big online poker rooms is such a huge factor even for people who mostly want to play live, that I highly doubt the answer is anywhere in the US except for a couple chosen ones who have daily access to high stakes semi private games. There is basically nothing except golf courses, casinoes, and prostitution.