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/Nov/2010

Frustrated but learning

By: MarkedCard68 @ 13:21 (EDT) / 187 / Comment ( 0 )
So the beginning of November has been disappointing. Bad beats abound, hours of dead cards, and my general frustration of my playing conditions.

But what I have noticed is that I am treating it appropriately. I am not forcing myself to play. I am not playing at higher limits to make up for the little losses. My bankroll is very intact and has no worries. Which means I am playing poker and not playing my bankroll.

You can learn from PSO tournaments. I see lots of negative posts about what a joke they are. Anybody that has played alot of poker though will tell you that what happens in those tournaments is no different than what you will find in brick and mortar card rooms. In PSO you run into it everyday instad of from time to time in a casino but it does happen. Maniac players, bad card runs, bad play in general.

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