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Note that I don't play this game for a living. Joined: Feb 5, Threads: 29 Posts: Joined: Dec 10, Threads: 7 Posts: Gyella, are there other reasons for this switch than simply distaste for your job? A big old NO from me. If you quit your job, you still need to live on that money. I guess my question is; How viable is this as a real option to provide for myself and my family? It is the best I can do in good consciousness. Joined: Feb 19, Threads: 3 Posts: April 2nd, at PM permalink. I agree with the consensus of the advice above. I would love to hear your thoughts, good or bad, and appreciate your time in reading this. Playing blackjack for a living takes a pretty big commitment. But how great is it knowing the boss will be watching you, and can "fire" you at any time, with no notice or warnings of any sort? That is the easy part. Three months later I asked how he was doing. Religion is nothing more than organized superstition. A job with no benefits, and no specified salary. Play BJ on a full time basis and it will quickly become un-fun. Or a new pair of shoes. I sure as hell can't. Don't do it! Mom time and then working at the casino while they are asleep? But pretty soon, they'll kick you out too, and eventually, there won't be any local place left. But do it full time? Lose money and they tell you that you are not welcome. All I will say. So, basically, doubling your bankroll in a year is your break-even point. You will find this place to be full of people with advice and knowledge worth way more than what you could ever expect. That being said, I am seriously considering playing blackjack for a living. Keep saving, keep growing your bankroll. The hard parts are learning to deal with the mental aspects of losing day after day, week after week, and even month after month. Personally, I think the best blueprint to playing for a living involves starting small, part-time, while you really learn the ins and outs of everything involved. Thinking about a career changing - looking for real advice. Joined: Jan 12, Threads: 68 Posts: {/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} I wouldn't recommend making the change until your debts mortgage, cars, college for the kids are settled. If so, that's not chump change either. Given your family situation, I'd say that it's an absolutely terrible idea. Oh, sure, it will be great that you can come and go as you wish, setting your own hours. This is not an easy thing to do without taking on significant risk of ruin, and it is particularly not easy to do for someone who is just getting started because you will make mistakes And you can't just do it once -- you need to do it every single year remember -- if you just double it this year, and then set aside enough for next year's living expenses, you are right back where you started Presumably you want to do better than this -- save some money, set aside something for retirement, maybe be able to help your kids with college, or help them out in some other way. So you're having fun playing blackjack and working on your counting skills. Joined: Apr 17, Threads: Posts: So, that in itself might give you something to think about Gyella. How fun is it going to be, sitting on your ass for hours at a time, day after day? There is also the issues of figuring out each casino's, even different pit people's, tolerance level. I am sorry, if this isn't what you want to hear. All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others. It's a lot more than just learning to count. You're just treading water at this point. Joined: Oct 14, Threads: Posts: April 3rd, at AM permalink. Best of luck and welcome. Most folks can't. Superstitions are silly, childish, irrational rituals, born out of fear of the unknown. Maybe chipping in some Mr. You really have to be pretty passionate about it. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}You'd have to be a hell of a BJ player to make that kind of money. Not only is card counting not very profitable but the life of a professional gambler does not mesh well with that of a family man. Does a professional gambler pay self-employment taxes? Let's say that somehow, you can avoid the heat, and don't have to worry about the casino barring you. Or college tuition. Keep grinding, that is one of the best things about this path, the casino is always open and they aren't going out of style soon. Recommended online casinos. It's one of those mundane office jobs that I absolutely despise. IMO, 3 months is not enough of a trial. If you were single with no one depending on you, I would think that this was a bad idea. When that happens, you start going to the next casino. Are you looking for flexibility with your kids schedules? It is not my place to lecture anyone on the commitments they made, but I do think you should think about that long and hard. Joined: Sep 12, Threads: 32 Posts: I just want to point out a couple of things. It can be done, but it isn't easy. Play every week and keep detailed records. You have to recognize when your play has left that comfort level and is drawing some interest. There is a learning process involved, which really takes years. It will become a job. But how much does it cost to knock on wood? Imagine being on a downward swing of the variance, while you know that your daughters need braces. Note that this does not grow your bankroll -- it means that you are making just enough to survive, just like someone who lives paycheck to paycheck and saves nothing. I was hoping to get some feedback from people who may have left what our society deems as a "real job" to pursue a career in Blackjack. It's not whether you win or lose; it's whether or not you had a good bet. Play part-time, with funds set aside only for your blackjack play. Then what? The path that I would recommend for you, would be to take up the game as a hobby. Consider how draining it is. Wizard Administrator. If so, that is not your bankroll. Then in a few years when you get those little angels off to college, revisit the idea. Joined: Nov 2, Threads: Posts: While not blackjack I did work next to a girl who had a husband who quit his job to play online poker. That's great. I'm hoping that kewlj chimes in here -- he has played for a living for a long time. She said he was back in his old department he worked at the same place. I have saved up decent bankroll to start with and have been practicing my counting religiously for the last year. Maybe an early retirement plan or something. My advice would be to keep doing what you are doing in small steps. I've put it to use the past 3 months at the local indian casinos that are close by but nothing close to full time, just playing the nickel tables and working on my counting. It also is about more than just a means for making money. Could you log enough hours to win 60kk per year with a reasonable ROR?