This is a discussion on Is this an okay way to learn? within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; Hey guys, so I figured I should ask to see if the way I have been learning and bettering my poker skills is fine. IMO
Hey guys, so I figured I should ask to see if the way I have been learning and bettering my poker skills is fine. IMO I think people should just learn whatever way works best for them but I want to make sure mine at least sounds okay.
What I usually do after a session, is read up on something that came to my mind during my session whether it be: Strategy,Range,Position or really ANYTHING related to playing better poker. When I do read I don't usually go into much in to depth with it but I take bits and pieces and put it to work in my next session and just learn from the experience i'm getting with playing.
Of course if a hand I played confuses me I review it in PT or post it here or on Grinder School. Any input would be much appreciated! (The way i'm teaching myself may not even be that different)
3rd July 2016, 10:00 PM
Kenzie 96 [11,218]
Online Poker at: pokerstars
People learn in different ways, go with what works for you & good luck. Welcome to the forum.
3rd July 2016, 10:54 PM
Game: All games
re: Poker & Is this an okay way to learn?
I think that's a great way to relate to any advice your resources give you regarding a specific topic you're reminded of during a session. In addition to doing that, look for things that are not related to poker in any way. Then, find a way to directly relate that subject to poker. For example, personal experiences at the grocery store. What kind of reads are you getting from a cashier or a server, etc.? Good luck at the tables.
3rd July 2016, 11:41 PM
Online Poker at: Carbon Poker
Game: Holdem MTT
Sounds good - the best part is you are reviewing your sessions, so that's really solid.