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/Mar/2011

Always Learning

By: NYCitySue7 @ 11:56 (EST) / 211 / Comment ( 0 )
  
I'm finally learning what's important and what's not. It's not important to play every hand just because you think there might be a small chance it will win. It's not to play a hand just because some idiot reraises you preflop and you think you'll teach him a lesson.Positive mindset is very important. And it's not to play every single tourney that's listed until you're so tired you're sleeping sitting up and your head falls on your keyboard. Play well rested, play the hands that if someone called "all in" you'd be confident and have faith in your hand. It only takes a few great hands and a great play to overcome a table. Don't pay attention to anyone else that brings negativity or irritation to the table. Be rested and only play the hands that you really believe in.
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