Originally Posted by BlackJesus
I guess the worst approach is to try the costly stakes you can afford and take a look how will it go. A player who is a bit more serious about his aspirations and aims will try more sophisticated approach. Please guys (or girls) post your used methods of LEARNING poker.
The way I find most effective is to write down my own mistakes, observations and conclusions, based on my own experience. This is the most effective way for me and it is not costly for micro stakes. I have made a special notebook in nice handwriting where I write down all important conclusions and calculations on which they are based.
Reading a book or watching a course, of course, is also helpful, but personally I do not use these that much. Personal mistakes are my best coach.
Part black jesusie - I turn, I consider that the best science is, however, a game in real money
- but with the decision of dedicating some kind of sum set aside a month and takes care of his bankroll-it may be for example, 20 percent of your incomes and playing a lot of freeroli - use of wins and collection and take points and an exercise of their skills and analizing competition various league - a simple example of the field to the exercises is an open league and premier league at poker stars
- I also probible still in the championship polish open freerolls to play at 888 poker
- these are my brief observations as play -
*You can also lead balance sheet in a workbook with specific victories and achievements - can lead his personal notebook noting the players - and make your personal manager of players and describe them and assign them colors over time after half a year, after year we have a kind of database players as they are playing and what you expect from them
*So in short describes my advice
*I hope that something nasunolem any thoughts you black jesusie ) hehehehh