1 Plus 2 Equals 3: A Poker Player’s Worth is Determined by His/Her Bottom Line

February 5th, 2010 by Jazmyn Leave a reply »
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A number of poker tactics will amaze you with their ease. This is 1 of them. Note your conclusions, each and every single time you compete.

Church of texas hold’em Verse #three:

You must record thy wins and thy squanders; for it is the total of all a mans achievements which generate his basis.

How detailed is up to you. I tend to think that hourly specifics and that kind of personal information is not needed. Simply work out how much ahead you are and what amount (if anything) you’ve withdrawn. Naturally, if you don’t win, record that too, despite how much it it might pain you.

Don’t neglect to write down what style of game you’re betting on, if that’s significant to you. (In my expertise, most players stick to what they understand and do not try something they do not know. If all you write down is up, down and withdrawals, you’re light years ahead of most gamblers around!)

Give yourself achievable goals, such as a ‘dream’ goal (new auto, get-a-way or anything else). When you withdraw, mark the $$$$$ withdrawn to your dream tally. The greater the success you have, the closer that dream will be!


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