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After playing some live tournaments in the local pubs where I am living I realised that my game has improved a lot, I have qualified for some big tournaments like the regional championship with a 50 K dollars in cash.
I have been getting results on April but May has been really bad for my poker game, I have had a lot of bad beats and sometimes I was on tilt which has damaged my game , but reading about poker mindset , tilt the reality of poker has helped me to play almost always my A game.
If you work your mindset at the same to your strategy you will get good results in the long term.
Taking notes about your mistakes and how you can play better the next time will help you to reach more final tables.
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Where about the most important thing in poker? Or is it about sticking with your strategy?
May 29th, 2019, 9:48 AM
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I believe that the most important thing in poker is patience. Patience allows you to accumulate the necessary experience and improve your skills. Your skills and experience allow you to develop an effective strategy.
May 29th, 2019, 9:55 AM
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The most important thing in poker !
I also believe it's patience, but I'm a large-field MTT player, if I were a cash or HU specialist I might believe something else.
Good decision-making & risk management are very important too!
May 29th, 2019, 10:46 AM
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patience and avoid tilting
May 29th, 2019, 11:24 AM
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The most important thing in poker is to have the appropriate bankroll for what you're playing. Having that leads to all other kinds of things like patience (you're not forcing issues b/c you're about to go broke), avoiding tilt, etc.