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From an “All In” player to a disciplined player

How pokerschool helped to transfor an undisciplined player
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I started playing poker seriously only recently. I used to play the free poker games on social media and gaming sites. But then I came across Poker school. That made me to play the real cash games instead of the free games.

May be because of the experiences in the free games I had a habit of going all-in the moment I see a decent hand. Irrespective of the pot size or the number of opponents or any other thing an All-in or a big rise was very usual. But the poker courses and mainly the PSO Skill league helped me to change that and become a more disciplined and reasonable player.

PSO skill leagues are the best way to start the journey to be a professional player. All-in and random lucks may help u at times in individual tournaments. But in PSO one single tournament win or a lucky day won’t be enough to win the league. You need to be very consistent. For that you should avoid all unnecessary risks and play with very calculated risks. The various courses on the Poker school helped me to analyze the various possible outs and the different factors in calling and raising the bets. Thank you Poker School…

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