Either way, i already had a good idea of how to play poker, because i've read countless times the articles at liquidpoker.net and i've talked to players who do play real money.
So i started playing on the lowest stakes possible, which were NL10. The first day i was successful and won about $5 .
Yesterday which was the second day, i was doing good, winning up to $14, before losing $19 at the end of the day (end up with $45).
I realized i had lost because i started playing loosely and because i started getting desperate because when i got good cards in the hole everyone folded so i only won the blinds.
Today i woke up and decided to play tight, with discipline. I lost $10 really fast at one table ( i was playing 2 tables at the time ) to lucky hands. I lost 2pairs AK vs his 3 of a kind the first time, and the second i lost KK vs JJ which ended in A T J 9 2. I was about to quit then, but i decided to give one more try at such table.
I was doing good at the other table, being up $5. It took me 2 hours and a half to recover my $10 lost, and finally i won $5 in the following 15 mins.
I decided to quit and ended with $51.15 ( $1.15 above my deposit ).
I never thought that real money poker was as hard. Maybe im just a bad player, or need more time at the tables, but i had fun. I hope to get more experience fast, so i can move up in stakes. I would feel comfortable making little money daily, because its just for fun.