A Plus B Equals C: A Poker Competitor’s Worth is Judged by Their Bottom Line

March 13th, 2010 by Averie Leave a reply »
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A number of poker techniques will astonish you with their simplicity. This is 1 of them. Jot down your conclusions, each and every single time you play.

Church of hold’em Verse #3:

You have to write down your successes and thy loses; for it is the grand total of all a mans achievements which generate his or her bottom line.

How accurate is your decision. I usually consider that hourly info and that type of intimate information is wasted. Simply figure out how far up you are and what amount (if any) you’ve taken out. Naturally, if you do not win, note that too, regardless of how much it it might pain you.

Don’t forget to write down what type of poker you are competing in, if that’s critical to you. (In my expertise, most players hold to what they know and don’t try something they do not know. If all you record is winnings, loses and withdrawals, you’re light years in front of most gamblers around!)

Bestow on yourself achievable ambitions, like a ‘dream’ goal (new auto, holiday or whatever). When you withdraw, mark the money withdrawn to your dream counter. The greater the success you have, the nearer that goal will be!


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