BPC is international: Evgeniy from Russia

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on email
Email
Share on reddit
Reddit
Share on google
Google+

Evgeniy from Sergiev Posad (Moscow region) always wanted to make a living without having to go to the office. And he already reached the halfway margin, here he is:

When and why did you start with poker?

I started in Summer of 2010. I always wanted to make a living without having to go to the office. I was studying in the university then – so couldn’t have any other full-time job.

Why did you decide to join BPC?

I was playing 6max at PokerStars NL100 then and was feeling that it’s becoming harder every day to beat those games (no more 4-5k month which I did before). And I had a couple of bad consecutive months.

I didn’t have any coaching for a year at that moment (and previously I always tried to invest money into poker education) – so I was searching for new information anyways. BPC seemed a brilliant variant though I had to transfer to HU.

How would you describe your experience in the program?

I didn’t receive exactly what I was expecting. But the problem is on my end. I have pretty bad long term memory and have huge problems with assimilation all the knowledge and adapting to what is needed to beat nl200+ games. 

But instead, I received VERY solid basis to beat nl50-nl100 games which will always be with me. I definitely became hundred times more stable and began to work 1.5 times more and came to my “limit” in this question.

Again – my brain is not too great, I can’t play more than 2 tables, can’t play much more than 150+ hours a month (quality of the game decreases drastically) or have insanely long sessions (like some of our coaches are speaking about – I play only 3-4 hours max in a row, then I take a rest).

But all that I began to do in the best way I can. And who knows – probably one day I will be able to beat games higher than nl100 – I still have 3 full 90sheet copybooks of summaries of all the videos I’ve watched and I keep learning them every day 🙂

 

Do you come from Moscow region? What do you like most about the place, where you live in?

I come from Sergiev Posad (Moscow region) and although one day I plan to move back to Moscow (lived there 7 years during studying at the university) – I enjoy my living here right now. What I like most is obviously the nature (better ecology than in the capital).

Our town is surrounded by a vast amount of picturesque forests, lakes and rural landscapes in general. I try to explore it on my bicycle as often as I can. 🙂

 The Holy Trinity-St. Sergius Lavra is located in our city. It’s kind of the heart of the Orthodox Church worldwide + the whole history of Russia is closely connected to it (it was a great fortress in middle Ages + a lot of monarchs were hiding here during revolutions later) so we have thousands of tourists coming here to watch it every day 🙂

How do you spend time outside of poker?

Sport (gym/street workout), bicycle, I used to watch films and play online computer games a lot (but it was before joining BPC obviously ;)). Now when I have a day-off or just taking some rest – I try to stay away from the computer and spend time outdoors.

How do you motivate yourself for the daily grind?

Don’t need any motivation. If I don’t play – I don’t have anything to eat 🙂 

Do you have a special hand or a moment in poker you would like to share?

No, can’t remember anything significant. I like moments when you understand something (regarding poker) and feel that you’ll be making more money from now on. But there’re plenty of them and I can’t pick the one.

 

Thank you for your time, and keep pushing!

Free Training Resources

Start improving your game immediatelly with these free training resources and tools.

Click on the image to download the resource. Slide left or right to see all freebies.

1 reply

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

NO-BULLSHIT 6-MAX