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BPC is international: Danny from Canada

Let us have a chat with Danny today. He is also known as “Danxity” in our “NL HU Soldiers” team. Do not miss out on the opportunity to meet him. Here we go:

 

When and why did you start playing poker?

I started playing live poker in late 2009, and online poker seriously since I joined BPC. It might sound crazy, but I was doing okay when I first started poker because I read some basic strategies and played very tight and solid. Back then the games were very easy. I was winning steadily. Later on in my career I developed some ego, tilt, and pressure.
I wanted to learn to play LAG style like Tom Dwan and Ivey, but I wasn’t good at learning it and was trying to be a smart ass on my own. Later on my career I decided to play solid again and it was going good again, but shit happened in life and I spend away my bankroll and I just didn’t have much bankroll for the live games anymore. I used to live in Macau and the games there weren’t small.
 
I decided to move back to Canada and find a job, and start my poker career again. While I was working as a waiter I found BPC, and wanted to give it a shot because I did some research about BPC it didn’t just sound good, but it I couldn’t find any bullshit stuff. 
 

And this is what then let you to join our team? 

Yes, I joined BPC because I love making lots of money, and I always dreamed of becoming very good at poker. I wasn’t able to get to the level where I wanted to be, and didn’t know how to do it on my own. I want to be able to earn 20K-30K EUR/month some day.
 

And where do you live, how do you like it there? 

I live in Toronto, Canada. It’s a bit boring here, but it’s a nice country. The people are friendly.
 
 Are you a fulltime player? 
 
Yes, I’m a full time grinder.
  

How do you spend your time besides poker? 

My hobbies are playing video games, and sports cars. I want to work hard and save up for a nice sports car when I am able to earn lots of extra money from poker. Some of my old school favorite sports cars are: GDB-C, R32, R34, NSX-R, CT9A.

 
 
 How do you motivate yourself for the daily grind? Do you have any tips for your fellow grinders? 
 
Actually, my biggest weakness is motivating myself. If I’m able to work on this I have a good feeling that I will reach where I want to be. M1ndCtrl is very good at motivational stuff. I got some great advice from him, and it seems to be helping a lot. He suggested to me to watch a movie named “The Secret”.
 
 
 
Thank you for your time. I hope to see you in a sports car very soon! 
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