Originally Posted by deronrashad
I've been playing poker off and on for a few years now but just recently started studying my hands, reading books and articles. I was having a discussion with a friend who mentioned about how he doesn't study at all or read books because he doesn't want the play of others to influence his own "unique" style. The only thing for me personally that would make me feel like studying could hurt my game would be information overload. Besides that I kind of enjoy learning new things about myself, finding leaks and learning from others. Feels like a never-ending journey and I enjoy that. But does anyone think that studying too much could be more detrimental than beneficial??
learning too fast you will not grasp things as well might take awhile to sit back and contemplate etc.. is just like cramming on tests that stuff goes out of head as fast as you put it in lol
poker is for the long term take time take breaks in all areas poker learning videos etc.. and it will work out. Just was sick for a week and that helped me with my thought process on my progress I had adapted to.
Was like sitting around when a lightbulb hit. I am using it but ive played 37 years and learn daily.