Is Poker DEAD in 2023?

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Is Poker in 2023 STILL a profitable and beatable game? 100%! Plenty of poker pros still make a living, and the 2023 WSOP Main event was the biggest in history!

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Poker is definitely still a beatable game in 2023 but there may be some things that can kill or damage the games potential to last long term.

If online poker sites or live poker card rooms decide to increase their rake to a level that is unaffordable and kills the pros winrate to an extreme degree we may see damage to the ecosystem that would be hard to repair.

Something like a technology advancement where we get chips in our brains where we can download perfect poker strategy and execute it perfectly could also kill poker as a profitable game, and maybe even as a game for fun!

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Is Poker DEAD in 2023?

10 thoughts on “Is Poker DEAD in 2023?

  1. If you compare crusher's winrates today with ten years ago then you have the answer. It's still profitable but if you have another career then playing full time it's not your best option

  2. the chips in our brain is the thing ive been thinking about, lately. the day we merge with ai, will be when the world will start to come to an end though.

  3. U can win, just have to wait for people to punt. Need to track hands. All poker sites should have hand history and trackers built in. I think gg does

  4. if you play online every day you will see that there are some people who win all day every day

  5. Don't forget the money system itself if it became programmable it could block all gambling. A cashless system would kill all gambling along with new taxes on the book makers etc. The chip will not help you play but make you pay

  6. Poker has been dead since they banned the online sites in the USA, prize pools are shocking now and the nitty players have increased who also seem to get there way to the final tables

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