This is a discussion on Advice within the online poker forums, in the General Poker section; If you could go back, what advice would you give yourself when you started playing poker? :D
Me that: not all aces win and never drink
not everything is rosy, there will be moments of earning a lot of money and there will be other moments of losing it, you have to have a head so as not to get frustrated, but if it is profitable, you only have to have dedication, study, perseverance, etc, we must keep it in mind.
not everything is easy in life we must sacrifice our time and then be receiving the fruits of effort.
Of course, it is not so easy to play poker as it seems at the beginning. Need to learn. The main thing is to comply with bankroll management. In the beginning, it’s best not to play at cash tables and not to spend your money. It’s better to study in tournaments or on set and go tables, and make money on freerolls.
One single tip:
Your skill level is not important at the beginning - it will come over time, it doesn’t matter which cards are dealt to you when you lose, it doesn’t matter what state you play, it’s important only to observe bankroll management, otherwise all your efforts will be in vain. And this rule always applies and it doesn’t matter whether you are a new player or a pro in the poker world, you will not follow the rules of bankroll management - there will always be one end...
Play a small number of hands ... Be aggressive with the hands that are playing ... Play against weak poker players ... Do not get carried away with bluffing ... Put valuebooks often ... Play strictly within your bankroll ... Confirm that you know all the rules well ... Do not get carried away draw draws
my biggest regret about poker. it's not having taken the time to start playing seriously when I was younger. the level of play was much less hard and many players made big profits because people were not as well trained as now. my advice for beginners. is to take the time to train well before using their banckroll. especially not to underestimate the management of your banckroll and to be rigorous and disciplined over the long term.