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Kanelbullar finished CFP 60k!

Jonas aka “Kanelbullar” finished the CFP 60 k program with today’s session.

Congratulations!

Here is his first blog post as a CFP student:

His blog.

And his first youtube video:

 

Check out his graph, since he joined up until now. Some Rakeback and some hands are missing. But you can see the steady grind up, with some minor ups and downs:

His best month was in April:

We already had asked him some questions in a previous interview, but we have some more questions now after he finished:

How did the program help you?

I have learned how to win money with Poker. That was my highest goal, but on top of that, the program has helped me with how to manage my time and how to prioritize.

 

What did you learn in comparison before?

You have to change your whole mindset if you want to be successful. And of course, you have to take the necessary steps to reach your goal.

What is the best, that you can take away from being part of the program?

If you do have a goal in front of your eyes, and you do not give up and keep repeating little steps on your way to this goal, you will be successful! 

This is not only valid for poker but as well for every skill, which you want to learn, like languages, cooking, fitness etc.

Was there a moment or a hand in poker, which were special for you?

I remember back to a moment in April last year (Comment: Now look at his graph from this year’s April, which was his best month, very close to 10k) after I had a few months, in which it did not go very well.

At that point I thought I will give myself one more month, otherwise, I will have to focus on other things in my life!

Interestingly enough afterward it went much better and I immediately reached my first 5k month. From that moment on I never looked back…

What are your tips for others?

Listen to your coach and do everything he says! Cut the BS and keep working if you really want to succeed.

 

Congratulations to Jonas, very well done man and GL with your future challenges!

19 replies
  1. Scott
    Scott says:

    I often find myself reading these interviews after a bad run. Gives me peace of mind to know that others have struggled too, yet still had success simply by continuing to work hard with an eye on the prize.

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