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I'm new here so be nice ;)
Little background, I started playing a few months ago, read a few books (poker math etc.) and generally
Handling indiscipline/impulsiveness when starting out
I'm new here so be nice
Little background, I started playing a few months ago, read a few books (poker math etc.) and generally found myself progressing well. Came 29th out of 700(and something) on a play chip tournament so deposited $40 and got it up to almost $100 playing micro stakes. Then i took a break for a month or so.
Now i'm back at it, but i've found myself making stupid bets and calls on impulse for no reason other than "f*ck it" and invariably losing. It's getting me and my bankroll seriously down but i just can't seem to recapture that level of focus i had before. It's probably like the poker equivalent of impotence!
Can anyone point me in the direction of some books/articles/advice which can help me get back in that "zone" required to be successful?
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There is only one advice: to learn and be patient. For a limited period up and down for some time. That time down to be overcome with as little loss
June 28th, 2016, 12:43 PM
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Play more and accumulate experience. Perhaps you were lucky at the beginning.
June 28th, 2016, 4:06 PM
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Getting in "the zone" is a mental thing. You have to want to play.
June 28th, 2016, 6:24 PM
I find myself in situation a lot of times.I just have to be true to me and recognize I am in that situation.Once I tell myself "hey,you are doing that shit again" , I chill out a bit,maybe take a turn or two sitout and come back fresh