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Talal Shakerchi. Fastest growing poker network with strong bonuses. There were three exclamation marks; not one, but three.
Poker changed all that. I left God's country and started following the poker circuit like some deranged nut. Electricians, carpenters and Job Centre managers exchanged for poker players, poker players and poker players.
The text messages got ever more dazzling. A few thousand won here. A few thousand won there. His wife is next to him.
Then I had to prepare for some meetings so I got my head down and got on with that. It's not supposed to happen that way.
Who wrote this script? Poker also seemed to chime well with my day job where many of the same attributes are necessary for success. As a highly successful businessman, can you talk a little about your early experiences playing poker in big events?
TS: I enjoyed live poker because I liked the live aspects of the game and also met a wider range of people than I do in my work.
The main thing I disliked was the slow pace. I continue to believe we need to find better solutions to the time issue. That was a good spot for me game-wise.
On the other hand, I was handicapped relative to other players because I had a lot going on outside poker so at live events I would often be dealing with calls or emails during breaks and after play ended for the day.
Later on, people connected me with my online persona. The cat leaving the bag changed the way people played against me which made it tougher.
CP: Did you seek out tough competition for the challenge? Or did you just end up playing such tough competition because you enjoyed playing for high stakes?
TS: I want to play the toughest tournaments possible so I seek them out. CP: What inspires you to continue playing and working on improving your poker game?
Is holding your own against the best players a motivating factor? TS: When I do something seriously I want to be among the best in the world.
I enjoy learning and improving. I enjoy strong competition and it motivates me to improve. Today I am enjoying developing my mixed-game skills because the learning curve is steeper for me.
CP: You made some big scores early in your career, but in recent years your deep runs have became more and more frequent. To what would you attribute your improved results?