This is a discussion on How to Beat Tilt? within the online poker forums, in the General Poker section; Would like to know ur innovative ideas that u have put in place to put tilt in control.
for ex : whenever i run very deep
Would like to know ur innovative ideas that u have put in place to put tilt in control.
for ex : whenever i run very deep in a touney , i start seating 5 feet away from my computer. so that FIRST i can decide how/why/what i want to play and then click buttons...worked for me for a while but once i started multi tabling..this trick was no longer feasible !
If you understand the cause of tilt, you can learn how to control it.
31st August 2017, 6:59 PM
Poker at: PS Party 888
if you really tiltware pour 150 grams of vodka taking a cucumber and treat tilt
31st August 2017, 7:09 PM
Online Poker at: ACR/BETONLIN
tilt is the downfall of many poker players. normally I end up taking a couple beats or coolers at the cash tables within a short amount of time. this is what normally triggers me. when it happens I normally end up at the NL100 tables and proceed to give away a weeks worth of grinding at NL10/25 in a matter of a few hours. I have been able more recently to sitout of my tables and take 30 mins away from the computer to clear my head and reset.
31st August 2017, 7:37 PM
Poker at: Poker Stars
For me one more halp can be music, light and easy.
31st August 2017, 7:43 PM
re: Poker & How to Beat Tilt?
I like to instead of going up in stakes, go as far down as possible, and then play extremely recklessly for a while.
You get it out of your system and it doesn't cost you very much in comparison - also it is kinda fun, so I can see why others play this way.
Good luck to you!
31st August 2017, 8:44 PM
I think if you're in the tilt then you are much mistaken.you need to play the tournament and to take a short break.I did notice that if the player loses the floor of the Bank he begins to make big bets to get their money back.and he's not looking his hand.in the end, he loses the entire pot. so you need to be as calm as possible and to control your thoughts. to rest between tournaments.to watch videos on YouTube and listen to music
31st August 2017, 9:26 PM
Online Poker at: PokerStars
I do the obvious but hardest thing: If I've lost two hands out of the last four where I think I should have won, and I lost some chips or value, I shut it down. Walk away. Play a video game or do some chores.
If I continue playing when I'm escalated about two recent bad beats, I know I'm more likely to play more aggressively. And that means more losses. If it's a tournament, especially a freeroll, I decide how much time I want to put into it. If little, I go all in on the next decent hand. If I'm willing to hang in and I still have a stack, then I sit back for a bit and only play the premium hands. After all, I assume that I have been creamed because I've been playing predictably. So I play really tight for a bit, or until I'm moved to a new table.
But if I'm playing for cash, I simply get up and walk away when I'm annoyed at the beats.
31st August 2017, 9:50 PM
Poker at: 888
I like to study and practice meditation and audio therapy.
1st September 2017, 1:54 PM
Game: NL Hold'em
For sure I find that the best way to beat tilt is to analyze the hand which has pushed me over the edge. I find it instantly calming when i look back at a hand and find a point where I should have made a different play or read a villains range more accurately. If how ever after analysis I conclude that I've played the hand like a god and still went bust usually my laptop suffers another dent or I'm desperately searching the house for a picture i can hang over a huge hole in my wall before the mrs sees .
Apart from this when i find myself tilting I'm often honest with myself and stop altogether, take a walk or do something completely different. Usually after 20mins or so while i'm still annoyed at the out come i'm much less distressed about it.
Also try and remember that its usually a bad beat which pushes us to being the red eyed monster! A bad beat generally means you played the hand properly/correctly and so 9 times out of 10 you would be making a profitable decision.
1st September 2017, 2:03 PM
Poker at: poker stars
Actually sometimes I can not control myself after several tilt at the tables this makes me throw up my bankroll a lot when I learn to control this tilt more I think I'll be better at the tables.
1st September 2017, 7:00 PM
re: Poker & How to Beat Tilt?
In that case you need a break, like the one you discribe. Maybe you were tired and it was translated to tilt. Rest, be as calm as you can and be patient.
1st September 2017, 7:19 PM
Poker at: pokerstars
Game: nl holdem
take a good desicion...dont into panic...when you enter tilt .. try to see what the reason ... maybe a bad bet a bad play .. try to control yourself and when you know that you are on tilt .. leave it ... you have something else
1st September 2017, 7:40 PM
Online Poker at: PokerStars
what`s this tilt?
1st September 2017, 8:46 PM
Without tilt in poker can not do. Even great players fall into tilt. Just need to be calm about this.
2nd September 2017, 7:08 AM
Online Poker at: Mini13801
Game: Nl holdem
Tilt is one pain in the ass. But I can over come tilt the problem I have is I like mtt but have the patience to last 3/4 hours is a struggle.
2nd September 2017, 7:25 AM
Poker at: BetOnline
On tilt right now ahahaha. Just went in with AA guy calls with A9. two nines come up on the board. So frustrating sometimes!! Poker is a love hate relationship!
When I am on tilt it's always great just to walk away for a bit and do something else. Calm down and regain focus and approach the table with a calm cool demeanor. Otherwise every decision you make will be questionable.
Good luck controlling! Sometimes it can't be helped.