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/Jan/2011

Consistency

By: Cyis @ 10:04 (EST) / 240 / Comment ( 0 )

While I'm the first to say I'm not the best poker player out there I will say I've been doing everything I can to be consistently better... So far I'm on a 3 month streak of gradual improvement in my leaderboard points & position by improving my game and how deep I can make it through the field since I started playing the PSO Skill League tournaments. I've read all the articles and more book titles than I can count off hand, but it all really came down to finding my own style and working to follow it consistently and make it second hand nature. Now I've been able to start reliably making it deeper into the field and more importantly into the money past the bubble. Occasionally I've run up against hands that crush me early and stop me from growing further but those are beginning to occur with less frequency as I work to identify how to avoid them in the future.

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