1 2 = 3: A Poker Gambler’s Worth is Judged by His/Her Bottom Line

Wednesday, 10. February 2010

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A number of poker strategies will surprise you with their simplicity. This is 1 of them. Note your results, every time you gamble.

Cult of hold’em Psalm #three:

You have to write down your successes and your loses; for it’s the sum of all a mans accomplishments which generate his or her basis.

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

Do not forget to note what type of poker you’re competing in, if that is important to you. (In my experience, most gamblers hold to what they understand and don’t try something they do not know. If all you do is keep up, loses and withdrawals, you’re way ahead of almost all gamblers around!)

Provide yourself achievable ambitions, like a ‘dream’ target (new car, holiday or anything else). When you withdraw, mark the $$$$$ withdrawn to your dream counter. The more successful you are, the closer that dream will be!

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