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Starting player learning not to lose too badly!
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Learning is good...

By: BurgersUK @ 16:50 (EST) / 464 / Comment ( 3 )

...but winning is better!



I`ve been taking it slowly,still at 0.01/0.02 NL level but am slowly grinding up the roll. I`ve played a "few" hands outside of my range to stop becoming predictible although I mainly stick to good/premium hands except when i can check in on the BB.

The major improvement is that I`m betting better, (thanks bet sizing class) and am a LOT less worried about losing a pot because of an error on my part or a draw from my opponent. Started with 10 bucks and now am at nearly 50! (must be lucky )

Can safely say the live training and the reading materials have really improved my game!

Have been looking at tools to improve my game such as a HUD as well,anyone got any suggestions ?

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