Originally Posted by Pistol_Shot_Ian
I play in a touring band and know quite a few people who play poker to pass time on the road and win at it. It all comes down to the fact they play a lot. Some guys like Online others like face to face Casino playing. I'm going to say that most people I talk to about poker that are good at it say there's nothing like learning to play in a live scenario. I tend to believe them too because they ALL play online and most if not all of them will tell you they learned to play on the felt.
Either way I'm w/ everyone else on playing more hands. I play guitar and just like poker there's a million other people out there who do it too. But the guys that are successful at it are the people who just like playing. As long as you never think you know it all and continually try to learn and better your game in the process I think you'll be ok!
Sorry for the de-rail, but PSI, I am a guitarist/singer)songwriter.
PM me some links if you want.
Here is one of mine http://www.jayfletcher.de/OSS1.htm
And there are a lot of similarities to getting good at anything such as Guitar/Poker. As stated, just keep doing it, keep trying to spot what you do good and keep on doing that, and where your weaknesses are, and work on getting better in those areas. Just find what works for you. I studied music. I know guys who cant read a note any play their asses off. There is no "best" way. If you keep at it, you will slowly begin to see what works for you.