re: Poker & Note taking
Originally Posted by TeUnit
"4BB raise in to KK2r flop, J turn check turn and called my raise, Q river AI. I mucked hand."
not sure what use that note is, ie. if you knew he lead out with nothing for half pot and when he had the nuts he bet 2/3 pot you could do something with that
In all fairness, the "note" in my original post was for illustrative purposes as the format I typically use and was wondering if it was different to what other poker players employ.
Originally Posted by CSINSC
I love to take notes. It keeps me totally involved in the game. I'll give U an example of how I take notes. I play different games & at different stakes so I always list what stakes/game it is. For example, In $.10/.25 PLO 6-max guy potted with K6sK5off on board of AJ943 bet 1/2 pot, bet less half pot, checked. If he checks on end he's afraid of something so bet to take it, he fires c-bet of half pot trying to rep A on flop & if he bets less than 1/2 pot on turn he doesn't have it.
I know from these notes that if I bet huge on river repping 2 pair that he will fold his kings. I also know from my notes that every time he bets less than half pot on turn that he doesn't have nut hand & can be beat.
Personally I think note taking is instrumental in my success.
I like this note format. I will definitely give this a go.