Big time events like the 2016 WSOP Main Event may appear to be filled with seasoned professionals, but that would be the exception when it comes to the toughness of live games. In general, online games are far more difficult to beat than their live counterparts. Of course, there are drawbacks to live poker as well, such as the low number of hands per hour.
Ryan weighs all of the pros and cons of playing live poker rather than online. He also compares their respective ecosystems and examines the challenges a player might face when adjusting to each. Most importantly, he touches on the strategic approaches one should take to each discipline and how greatly they can differ.