Originally Posted by Jancianna
Basically what I am wondering is, whether after you fold your hand you keep looking at it and seeing how it would play out if you didn't fold it.
Do you get all angry thinking "oh come on I would have totally won that if I didn't fold wht the hell!" or do you accept the fact that folding was the right choice in said situation because even though you WOULD have won if you did not fold, your hand was not good enough pre-flop to keep playing.
Does looking at the hands that could have been won affect you in any way? Do you become careless and start going in with even crappy hands?
Hello, my view is, if you folded you're out, so no matter what happens with the play.
Look focus for the moves you give call or raise.
How many times I had 2, 4 and flop 2, 2, 4 full house but who knew ?!
Watch out for when you're in the game, forget the rest.