Tsabary Progress Log
MemberDecember 31, 2020 at 10:11 am
I am Yanay, a 29 y/o software developer from Tel-Aviv, Israel.
I’ve spent the last 5-6 years nomading the globe, living in different places, meeting amazing people and having great unique experiences.
I have great passion for tech, and two years ago I’ve decided to independently pick up coding as my profession. After about a year of studying and building projects, I’ve got my first gig. As much as I love coding, and I do, and even though this job is 100% remote, I still feel like I’m missing more freedom.
After playing some poker with friends, I’ve decided that there’s no reason for me not to get good at it, and get the lifestyle I strive for.
I am a semi-professional poker player, making 10k-15k monthly, while traveling the world. I spend half of my time in Israel and the other half around the world. When I don’t play poker, I focus on other projects, such as tech products and my photography.
I play PLO because it allows me to live my life on my own terms, and leaving me enough free time to work on any other projects or skills which I desire to work on. It allows me to travel world, or be home, which ever one I like, without having to answer to anyone in regards to why or when.
I am paying my little brother’s rent in Tel Aviv.
I take my parents on vacations.
I play 8 tables at the same time and feeling comfortable with it.
I have enough time to workout, and pursue any other passions I have.
I eat out daily, without worrying about costs.
MemberJanuary 12, 2021 at 11:16 am
I apologise I somehow received no notification of your thread being created and missed it.
I can definitely see where you’re coming from in seeking further freedom, even working remotely it’s tough to bring that as you still have to somewhat stay locked down just now it’s at home to work your job, poker naturally removes all that and provides the ultimate freedom.
Let’s get you to that point where you can achieve the ultimate freedom and are getting the returns you need to be able to make the move.
Best of luck with your goals, some very good ones there especially the ones focused around helping support your family.
I wish you all the luck and look forward to following along.
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