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

by Gaige on February 6th, 2010

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

Cult of hold’em Verse #3:

You must write down your wins and thy loses; for it’s the sum of all a mans achievements which create his/her bottom line.

How detailed is your decision. I usually believe that hourly info and that style of personal detail is wasted. Basically figure out how far in front you are and what amount (if anything) you’ve withdrawn. Naturally, if you do not win, record that too, regardless of how much it it might pain you.

Do not omit to record what sort of poker you are betting on, if that is important to you. (In my expertise, most gamblers stick to what they understand and don’t try something they do not know. If all you record is winnings, down and withdrawals, you’re light years in front of a majority of players out there!)

Provide yourself achievable ambitions, like a ‘dream’ target (new car, vacation or anything else). When you take out, add the money withdrawn to your dream counter. The greater the success you have, the closer that goal will get!

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