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Bah - Thu Jan 12, 2012, 06:49 PM
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Losing streak continues..

My ITM% for the 45/90 mans since start of December is 25%.. My ROI is 50%...

But have just finished my 12th tourney in a row without a cash...
Mixture of card dead / bad beats and also bad plays / bad reads by me.

Annoying... Trouble is I can feel myself starting to tilt slightly, especially after long periods of being card dead..

Sigh, take a break and come back tomorrow..

Longest losing streak I can remember though


Sorry, 30 seconds of your life you're not getting back there..

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Thu Jan 12, 2012, 09:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Tomcrockpot View Post
Losing streak continues..

My ITM% for the 45/90 mans since start of December is 25%.. My ROI is 50%...

But have just finished my 12th tourney in a row without a cash...
Mixture of card dead / bad beats and also bad plays / bad reads by me.

Annoying... Trouble is I can feel myself starting to tilt slightly, especially after long periods of being card dead..

Sigh, take a break and come back tomorrow..

Longest losing streak I can remember though


Sorry, 30 seconds of your life you're not getting back there..

Card dead...can't control it.

Bad beats...ditto.

Plays/decisions/reads...THIS you can control. Tighten up the third,focus on good decisions and proper plays and the cards and beats will sort themselves out.

12 games in 45/90 mans is NOT the biggest valley you're ever going to see Tom. Just play YOUR game that was working for you before the dry spell and you'll be fine.
 
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Thu Jan 12, 2012, 09:58 PM
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12 games in 45/90 mans is NOT the biggest valley you're ever going to see Tom. Just play YOUR game that was working for you before the dry spell and you'll be fine.
Thanks, I was thinking the same.. As you say I just need to come back to it later with a clear head and play the game I know and the graph will tick up again eventually
 

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