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


Posted by George | Posted in Poker | Posted on 22-05-2010

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A number of poker strategies will surprise you with their ease. This is sample. Note your outcomes, every time you compete.

Chapel of hold’em Psalm #4:

Thou must write down your successes and your loses; for it’s the total of all a mans accomplishments which create his bottom line.

How accurate is your decision. I usually think that hourly details and that style of intimate information is not needed. Simply work out how much in front you are and how much (if anything) you’ve taken out. Naturally, if you don’t win, note that too, despite how much it it might pain you.

Do not overlook to record what style of game you’re betting on, if that’s critical to you. (In my experience, most gamblers stick to what they understand and do not experiment. If all you write down is up, loses and withdrawals, you’re way ahead of most gamblers around!)

Give yourself realistic ambitions, like a ‘dream’ target (new vehicle, get-a-way or whatever). When you take out, mark the $$$$$ taken out to your dream tally. The more successful you are, the nearer that dream will be!

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