i met my ex-classmate who came back from Texas (he works for an oil company) where he started playing Texas Hold'em :) he's never played online("cyber poker") but he's not an idiout obviously. so we set up a home game. he also invited another guy of the same level and "online pro" who "turned 2000 euro into 12000 euro in 2 months".
it was quite fun. i insisted on cash game :) even though i was the first to bust out, eventualy i won the most(3.7bi=1 initial stack+1 rebuy +1.7 stack of net income). i played too tight in the beginning and most of pots were multiway with many raises and reraises so i folded alot of best hands like TPTK, then i adjusted my play and started winning. and in the beginning i really struggled with pot sizes and stack sizes. it's so confusing when you don't know stack sizes and pot size exactly. i was always counting chips and i believe my game suffered from it alot. but when i had to act it was quite fun to count my chips, glance at my opponents, count again, ask "how much have you got" etc :)
oh and i wasn't able to read anyone, like "his bodylanguage shows weakness" etc. not that i cared much about tells..
oh and it wasn't my first live poker actually..i played 5-card draw poker with my dad when i was like 6yrs old. but does that count? :)