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This Brotherhood Is Successful Becoming a Millionaire with Online Poker
This Brotherhood Is Successful Becoming a Millionaire with Online Poker
It seems like the story of the god of gambling that gets millions of money from online gambling is not a mere story. This happened to the Dang sisters, both Vietnamese sisters. They managed to get millions of dollars in online poker games.
It seems that these sisters not only use poker as a game, but it has become a job that is almost played every night. "This is not gambling, but rather routine," said the 28-year-old brother. "The game really needs strategy and is based on numbers. We gamble as people invest in real estate or capital markets. They buy a lot and get 55 to 60 percent of investment. For the long term, the victory will cover losses and even profit. We won 55 to 60 percent of our game. "
But, the real thing to note is that they started playing this online dewapoker game since they were in college. Initially participating in online poker their real money still uses a small amount of bets and eventually continues to grow along with the winnings obtained.
According to them, the time to jump into the world of poker is very fitting. When they started, poker on the Internet was still quite new, the economy was good, and there were many "fish", or poker terms about someone who was not very good at playing but dared to put his money.
"We don't know what we are doing," said Di, who used the alias "urindanger" when playing. "We have a strong mathematical background, we are very competitive and we like strategy. We chose to play poker in our spare time. "At first they opened an account containing 200 US dollars, and immediately lost. Then they decided to try 200 bucks and "never stopped since then," said Hac, who used the name "trex313" in the online gambling world.
Many Victories in Online Poker GamesTheir competitive nature towards one another encourages them to play better. "We got 10 dollars per hour from playing poker. "It started making 15 dollars, and that made me want to be better, and so on, rolling like a snowball," Hac said. Despite being competitive, brothers and sisters who are celebrities in the online poker world, collect winnings so they can bet more.
Working together, both make more money than college friends who work part-time as servants, for example. And the winning money continues to accumulate. Suddenly the money in their bank account reached 100,000 dollars. On one spring break, they won 40,000 dollars and soon their money was raised by 500,000 dollars.
Both claimed to be poker disrupting their lectures. It takes five years to graduate, or a year longer than it should, and Hac barely passes one course he needs to graduate on time. The sister said that the Chinese New Year was the biggest driver of their love for gambling
"If there is no Chinese New Year, I think Asians will not be too gambling," Hac said. "When we were little, we learned to play blackjack, bet a dime and a dollar, and it was nice not to play if we won a few dollars. Without it all, our chances of becoming a professional poker player are reduced by 50 percent. "
Despite learning to gamble from a family environment, their parents, who immigrated to the United States from Vietnam in 1975, did not support their decision to make poker a profession.
"In most Asian families, there must be one uncle who lost his money because he played blackjack or bought a lotto ticket," Hac said. "When our parents heard that we were playing poker in our spare time, our father said, tidak I didn't send you college here to play dewa poker. I send you college so you get a degree, work and live better. I don't want you to waste money on gambling. You can do that without having a degree. "
Families that disagree when playing online pokerTheir extended family was not happy with the habit. Shortly after graduating from college, the brothers came to a family meeting and got many questions about what they would do after graduation. When they say that they will gamble professionally, relatives consider that choice is not good.
But in the end their parents and extended family understand, perhaps because in reality Hac and Di are very good at doing their jobs. Both bought their parents home on the outskirts of Virgnia, Washington DC, as well as a home for their grandparents.