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Existing top offline professional poker players flocked to the online games during the poker boom of the mids. A semi-pro poker player is a consistent winning player overall, but only supplements his traditional income with poker. Since money is perhaps the best measure of poker success, we could take the All Time Money List as the measure of success, but even here players are often shuffled around and move a few places up or down during a year. WSOP bracelets? Their game is usually deeply founded on maths and observing behavior of other players. But once again, it just observes one aspect of a very complicated poker world. It is a somewhat futile thing to try and figure out, although I have named a short list of players whom I would choose if I had to. Tech nostalgic.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Do they go inside private high-stakes games to see who is a consistent winner? Just as a professional chef is very different than someone who enjoys cooking at home, professional poker players are a big step above a recreational player regardless of skill level. Although, who can really decide who has an edge over you or me? What better way to suppress our possible tells is there than freezing up, zoning out, and keeping our mouths shut? When thinking of the best players in the world, many poker fans think of those that are given the most exposure. One personality, albeit rare, that a player can employ at the table to keep their opponents guessing is one filled with wild, crazy, and unpredictable mannerisms. All of this for being good at cards. Other pro poker players were created out of online poker , eventually playing the game from home as a full-time career, sometimes for millions of dollars and other times simply grinding to make a living. 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A lifelong poker player who moved online in , Josh founded Beat The Fish in to help online poker players make more-informed decisions on where to play and how to win once they got there. Yet excellent tournament players often struggle in cash games. Furthermore, compared to the old days tournament prize pools nowadays are much bigger, which tips the scale towards the young guns. The fact is that anyone can win on any given day in poker and that will continue to be the beauty of the game. The result is a highly effective way to guarantee action when they have the best of it. At least for a few hands, player types playing this style will reinforce their sloppy appearance by bluffing and gambling. While this strategy may not be very effective against hardcore professionals it works very well on amateurs and casual players. I recently picked up and read a copy of Ultimate Guide to Poker Tells , whose title is pretty self-explanatory as to its content. 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Some would argue that a number of titles, especially WSOP bracelets, is the ultimate measure of success, in which case Phil Hellmuth would take the title of the best poker player by a large margin. Most of us including myself attempt to fall into this final category of poker player types: the robotic tell-stifling machine. While you can use this method to avoid being predictable, it is very difficult to appear natural. Not only they are relaxed while playing but they also want their opponents to feel relaxed and at ease at the tables. Most of these players are not immune to tilt, which often causes them to make bad plays but also complicates things for their opponents who always have to keep trying to distinguish between reality and pretense. Tournament wins? Overall, I would tend to say that cash games require more skill than tournaments because of the structure. What should the qualifications be? Poker outlets like CardPlayer Magazine try to name a Player of the Year and nominate the best overall player, but can they really gauge the entire poker population through tournament points? To me, a professional poker player is simply someone who earns their entire living playing poker, either offline or online. They get them involved in casual conversations during and in between hands, trying to gather as much information as possible. Heads-up matches?