A Plus B Equals C: A Poker Player’s Worth is Judged by His/Her Bottom Line


Posted by Prince | Posted in Poker | Posted on 11-05-2010

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Some poker techniques will amaze you with their ease. This is one of them. Note your conclusions, each and every time you wager.

Cult of texas hold’em Psalm #three:

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

How accurate is your decision. I usually think that hourly specifics and that kind of intimate information is not needed. Simply figure out how much up you are and how much (if anything) you have taken out. Of course, if you are beaten, note that too, regardless of how much it hurts.

Do not forget to write down what type of poker you are playing, if that is imperative to you. (In my expertise, most players stick to what they know and don’t try something they do not know. If all you do is keep up, loses and what you’ve taken out, you are way in front of a majority of gamblers out there!)

Provide yourself realistic goals, such as a ‘dream’ goal (new vehicle, get-a-way or whatever). When you take out, add the dollars taken out to your dream counter. The more successful you are, the closer that goal will get!

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