A Plus B Equals C: A Poker Gambler’s Value is Determined by His Bottom Line


Posted by Erik | Posted in Poker | Posted on 29-03-2010

A few poker strategies will surprise you with their simplicity. This is one of them. Note your outcomes, each and every single time you compete.

Church of holdem Verse #3:

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

How accurate is your decision. I tend to believe that hourly info and that type of intimate detail is not needed. Basically work out how much up you are and how much (if any) you’ve taken out. Certainly, if you lose, note that too, no matter how much it hurts.

Do not overlook to write down what sort of poker you’re betting on, if that’s critical to you. (In my experience, most folks stick to what they know and do not experiment. If all you note is up, down and withdrawals, you are light years ahead of most gamblers out there!)

Give yourself achievable ambitions, like a ‘dream’ goal (new car, get-a-way or anything else). When you take out, add the $$$$$ withdrawn to your dream counter. The greater the success you have, the nearer that goal will get!

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