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Taylor Caby - Interview
Taylor Caby, the 25-year architects of the site lehreichen Card Runners tells us his successful ascent in the poker and how well you can do it, millions of dollars to make. KL: How did you come to poker matches?
Taylor: When I was about 13 years old I started with the games. My family has always played at Christmas, but then I was too young. When I came into the high school they said to me that I was now old enough for gambling, and they bought me some poker books. I made the game really fun and I immediately withdrew all my friends in the poker ban. I have every poker book borrowed from the library. For the next 2-3 years I was a complete poker pusher. I played with friends in the basement for $ 5 - $ 10 The more we played, the higher were the Stakes, and I believe that I only play some one thousand U.S. dollars had won. At the college, I played with friends at the beginning and then began to play online. I started very bottom with $ 5 games and I worked slowly, very slowly upward. Nearly a year later I had my bank roll to $ 10000 expanded. KL: What $ 5 players have you played? Taylor: Sit-n-go's, mostly at Ultimate Bet. I played very much heads-up. The better I liked it because as more hands to play and I an aggressive, player'm bluffing. My skills come in one against one situations for the most coverage. I have not really thought much about it. I played $ 5 games, then I had enough money and began to $ 10 games to play, and my bank roll grew further. Eventually, I was then at the $ 200 sit-n-go's arrived, and at the time were the highest limits a poker site offered, so I then moved to cash games.
KL: How are you with the online games started? Taylor: I'm not sure, I think I've admitted to the WSOP seen as Moneymaker 2003, the Main Event won. I suppose at times that I have seen advertising PokerStars, but I'm not sure. Perhaps there were also advertisements for the Ultimate Bet, because I have with the online games started. I remember that I had a friend at UB played, and he recommended me to play there.
KL: So you have your bank roll and then expanded with cash games started? Taylor: I built my bankroll to about $ 40000 - $ 50000 and then began to play cash games. At that time I was 20, just in my second year at college. IN summer, I was then 21st Instead of me during the holidays to find a job I just stayed home and played poker. I think in the summer I just $ 100,000 to $ 5 - $ 10 tables won. Then I started with $ 25 - $ 50 and $ 50 - $ 100, and then I started really to make money.
KL: Do you think you're at the right time to correct Stakes changed? Taylor: Quite honestly, yes. Than I do with $ 5 and $ 10 games started, I have not understood much of bank roll management, but I knew that I was not with a $ 200,000 bank roll to a $ 40,000 buy-in should sit down. I knew not much about the swing to a play would, but when I lose I was immediately moved back to the lower Stakes. KL: Were you the type of players who once paid $ 50 and then never again? Taylor: I've occasionally a bit of money disbursed, then what I've paid back later. I never had to deposit money to play, only to roll back my bank refueling. KL: Have you even played live or just online? Taylor: Only online. The first live tournament I have ever played was in Aruba in 2004, shortly after I 21 was. It was fun, but quite honestly, I like live poker is not as good as most others. I like it more and more slowly now because I also at the tables become a bit of social and I am fun to meet new people. Ultimately, however, plays it live barely 30 hands per hour, compared with about 300 online.
KL: How it all began with runners on Card? Taylor: As it during my third year in college began to run really well, asked me more and more people like me it creates so much money to win. They asked me for advice and wanted to know how they could improve online game. I began to help my friends, brought with them what I knew. Sometime I discussed it with my friend Andrew Wiggen and told him that we should start a website on which we teach people how to play by our record videos and talk about what we do. At the beginning everything was very alkaline, I was still at college so I had very little idea of how a company is on its feet. We presented a very simple web site together and brought us to 3-4 pros to make the videos. Runners Card now is a huge community with 40 pros and thousands of members. KL: You've made a lot of money when you are still on the college were. How did your classmates react? Taylor: I do not really speak much about poker with people because it is my profession and I dislike about pricing details. With rumors have it but then people know about them. My scores on the college were good and so my parents were very supportive. My friends found it all really cool. Eventually, I called my father and told him that I had with the college stop, and that was absolutely not good. It was so much more difficult to make money and then the next morning to get up early. But my parents would have killed me if I would have stopped, so I finished college. KL: How did you people for Card Runner selected? Taylor: What the Pros, it is all a big community and we are all good friends. I have the biggest online cash games played in the world and therefore knows who the good players are. We are all friends, we play tournaments together and hang around together in Vegas. That has everything easily revealed. I know who the good players are, we are all good friends anyway.
KL: What is the future of the site? Taylor: We have just another site called STOx poker together, one of the largest poker sites which belonged Instructional concerned, and we are now a company. Your site was more geared to poker novices and our site is perhaps a little too expensive for players to just start with the poker. Now we have our two sites together so the players who are just starting with the poker, a cheap alternative.