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Time Vault Challenge #2

By: marjoryaaa @ 16:03 (EST) / 313 / Comment ( 1 )

To achieve the goals set for 2013, to play reguarly at 25NL and to break even, it is not easy to formulate a solution. I've decided to go back to first principles and ask these questions;

WHY DO I PLAY POKER?

 i enjoy the game and "hope" i might win a big prize. 

WHEN DO I PLAY POKER?

when i can afford to.

WHERE DO I PLAY POKER?

hanging of an armchair with an old laptop.

HOW DO I PLAY POKER?

badly, multi-tabling cash games

 

These are quick answers to important questions but they are a starting point in what i hope for myself is a sea change in how i look at and play poker.

 

The first step is to change how i view poker therefore from a recreational player to a serious recreational player, I now have tracking software, and have gathered over the years many poker books. There is also a wealth of information on the web. So lots of studying and applying winning principles. 

More to follow on the above. . 

 

M

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