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

    A few poker strategies will astonish you with their ease. This is sample. Note your outcomes, every time you compete.

    Cult of texas hold’em Psalm #four:

    You have to write down your wins and thy loses; for it’s the sum of all a persons achievements which generate his basis.

    How accurate is up to you. I usually believe that hourly details and that style of personal information is wasted. Basically work out how far in front you are and how much (if anything) you have taken out. Certainly, if you don’t win, note that too, despite how much it hurts.

    Don’t neglect to record what type of game you are gambling on, if that’s significant to you. (In my expertise, most gamblers stick to what they know and don’t try something they do not know. If all you note is up, loses and withdrawals, you’re light years ahead of a majority of players around!)

    Bestow on yourself realistic goals, such as a ‘dream’ goal (new vehicle, vacation or anything else). When you withdraw, mark the $$$$$ taken out to your dream tally. The greater the success you have, the closer that dream will get!

     April 16th, 2010  Marlee   No comments

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