Winning Poker

A Plus B Equals C: A Poker Gambler’s Value is Determined by His/Her Bottom Line

August 5th, 2013 at 22:21

A few poker techniques will amaze you with their ease. This is sample. Note your results, every single time you compete.

Cathedral of hold’em Psalm #4:

You must write down thy successes and your loses; for it’s the total of all a persons achievements which develop their bottom line.

How accurate is your decision. I tend to think that hourly specifics and that type of personal information is not needed. Simply work out how much in front you are and what amount (if any) you have taken out. Certainly, if you lose, record that too, regardless of how much it hurts.

Do not neglect to write down what style of game you’re competing in, if that’s important to you. (In my expertise, most players keep to what they know and don’t experiment. If all you write down is up, loses and withdrawals, you are way ahead of almost all gamblers out there!)

Bestow on yourself achievable goals, like a ‘dream’ target (new vehicle, get-a-way or whatever). When you withdraw, add the money taken out to your dream counter. The greater the success you have, the nearer that dream will be!

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