Lol! I am way impressed with my mouse's levitation skills, I do have to put the pieces back together again but it still works... every time.
I am playing the pokerschoolonline open skills league freerolls on stars, you have to score in the top 500 to be admitted to the premiere league for next month. Now this is a demonic beast of highest ranks in halides not only do you get to suffer the shame and torment of busting out early, you actually get points deducted.
A week ago I was in the top 500 with my goal set, steady as she goes, to climb to the top 200. I think I am ranked 2500+ currently. Just look at this example, I couldn't even make this up as a story, http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-h...837_BD5D249F6C
the EV against his exact hand for each street is written in the comments. Calling his shove/bluff on the turn as a 9 to 1 favorite. %^$@$&*#!
But now to put anguish to torment I'm running scared and that is possibly the worst way to play poker. I am so embarrassed but similar to wildyetty's JJ river tale, watch me fold the best hand on the turn with 20 chips left on my stack because I am so scared of busting http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-hands/Boom/14082565_09857CB34C ...poker can be so brutal.
I watched an interesting training video by HU SNG on youtube on the topic of focus and amongst other valuable things he pointed out the fact that we should have no emotion at the table. He suggests not looking at the board after you committed to a flip. Know that you got your money in good with AA and leave it to the gods to decide your fate.
But the interesting thing however is not that he wants us to avoid tilting because you "always" bust. His concern is with you calling for an Ace, shouting one time just one time. He points out how you will react when you do flop a boat aces full of kings and you feel like a god yourself. This is emotion and distracts you from your A-game.
So brutal as it may be our aim is towards the zen of complete detachment of any feeling whatsoever. These are logical decisions geared towards the long term large number success where the odds will prevail and the immediate results are of no consequence. In fact you would be making a mistake if you don't follow the path logic dictates as it is not sustainable in the long run.
So the question is do you want to be the guy that beats AKo with your J2o 1 in 3 times but loses to a range of 20% every 3 out 4 times or the guy that wins with AKo 2 out of 3 times regardless of what the hell they are holding? It's not 100% until the river it never will be. All we can do is say hold baby - jcarver
Hope this helps... good luck!
 The importance of focus https://youtu.be/m-5JM70269M