This is a discussion on stats analysis within the online poker forums, in the Cash Games section; Hello guys! It should already be about 1 year that I play poker often and I've read a couple of books to try to improve
Hello guys! It should already be about 1 year that I play poker often and I've read a couple of books to try to improve my game. One of my problems was non-showdown, a problem that I think I was able to resolve. However, I still have a hard time making my showdowns lucrative. I usually lose all my session winnings when I face cracks. This I still can not improve and I do not know what to do.
Why don't you post some stats / graphs or hands? I appreciate you are new to the forum and want to ask many questions. My best advice would be the more examples that you can provide for the community along with supportive information the more detailed responses you will get. Why don't you show us a couple of hands where you have gone to showdown and lost?
27th February 2018, 1:40 PM
Poker at: pokerstars
the whole point is that you are looking at your card, it's garbage, you need to look around, it depends on the rates, take a closer look at the stakes, can your opponents have a better hand?
28th February 2018, 9:30 AM
re: Poker & stats analysis
It's generally difficult at first, but when you do it constantly, then everything is easy.
28th February 2018, 11:55 AM
Poker at: Poker Stars
It seems to me that you put some presure on yourself. You shoodnt thake things so serious. Just have some fun foa a wile.