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  1. #11
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    Sep 2017
    i think that there is a big difference between poker and forex because with poker is not a business but it is a game and forex is a business, poker depends mainly on luck in most cases but forex depends on rules and in forex we need a plan and strategy to be able to trade .

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by DilanF View Post
    I was a poker professional for years before I started trading. Trading is much harder IMO, this is because trading "systems" need discretion to get a large edge. You can learn the basics of poker, learn GTO strategies here, grind low limits, and make consistent profits relatively easily. Forex is a totally different ballgame.
    This is interesting. I always thought they have a sort of similarities in some way.

  3. #13
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    Dec 2021
    In poker, you can be anyone, from an unemployed student who spends money from his wealthy parents, or a mature person who has achieved everything, who comes to play a game purely for the sake of excitement. Poker is for everyone. It doesn't matter if you believe in winning, or you place your bets, succumbing to a random desire. Yes, of course, strategy is also needed here, but the likelihood that you start the game in the hope of a really big jackpot is negligible. You are unlikely to go to forex for the thrill. Something like 12Bet will work for you in such conditions. I don’t deny that someone can use its resources and fun, but it’s a waste of time. No business starts with just curiosity. In any case, you will have to create a strategy that will last longer than one batch. Nothing in common except for the factor of curiosity, both there and there.
    Last edited by Saxasad; 12-31-2021 at 04:10 AM.

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