Poker takes time to learn basics rules and practice until an individual can confidently play without the help of a guide. There are several factors that affect how long a person will take to learn how to play the game such as how much time a person has to commit in learning. Generally it takes a few minutes to an hour for an individual to learn basic guidelines of the game then six months to one year of frequent playing to develop the skill.
Regardless the level of experience in the field, every game is always an opportunity to learn and improve on the gambling skill. To accelerate the time needed to learn. In this case learning how to play poker can take a few hours but mastering the art and science of this game takes months to years of constant tournaments or live play.
You can allow yourself to play against all types of players to challenge yourself to become better at each game. Therefore, time taken to learn is relative to different people depending on how committed they are but on average it takes a few hours to learn the techniques then later months or years to develop those techniques.
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