This is a discussion on info request within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; hi all
i have been noticing that the more ofthen i play the more losse i become and end up catching bad bets that only make
looks decent and logical
i need to keep the trust in my reads becouse if im right when i get it in my reads wille make me prevail in the long term
didnt metion i tilt much more on cash games and thats why i try not to play them offten...in torunaments i tend to think more in the long run instead of just wanting my money back lol
ps: did you made the videos? just to mention it seems out of sync and i could use some comparisons becouse i like to compare it with my game since it helps me visualize the problem...not to imitate, it makes my reads better to know how others might think and play
14th November 2014, 4:36 PM
Online Poker at: Ps/FTP
Game: NLHE and PLO
Oops my computer just crashed as I was replying to you so dont know where my response has gone. Anyway as Bear has said Jared Tendler is very good. In particular 2 of his books "The mental game of poker 1 & 2" are very good. I would say these are the best I have read and I have read quite a few. I tend t go back to these quite often and my main advice to you is stick to tournaments if you feel better about them. Gl to you and look forward to seeing/ hearing abou your progress.
15th November 2014, 5:25 AM
Poker at: ACR/BOL/IGN
The mental game of poker
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there is the mental game of poker 2
did not think there are so many new ideas there, but if you are interested in it
With regards to discipline, its you yourself who can answer to it.
15th November 2014, 9:38 AM
In online poker you play so many hands that it feels that way. If you stick to playing your own style and think about why you're playing this hand then you be able to keep a strong mental thought. Eve if you are loose it's fine, as long as you're not getting frustrated and feeling tilted to the point where you're playing nearly every hand, hopping to get lucky.