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/Nov/2011

DISCIPLINE IS THE SECRET TO A GOOD POKER GAME

By: johnnycas1 @ 22:57 (EST) / 162 / Comment ( 2 )

Well, after playing for over a month, I realized how discipline makes your game more tech than just a card game. It's amazing how you can play in a tournament against guys with 80,000 chips and see them go before you, even when you just have a few chips left to play in your bankroll.
So my advice to my fellow beginners is to have the discipline of not going ALL IN  just for the fun of it, must of the time you will leave the game unhappy. Try to calm yourself down and fold if your not sure that you will get a good outcome. I still have so much to learn, but something I have learned very well has been to LOVE THIS GAME. Every time I play this game the satisfaction fills me and it activates my neurons. My favorite hand so far is AQ suited.

Johnny

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