One thing I want to ask you. Do you tilt bad when you lose at everything you try? If you do, you are going to have to get it under control or nothing will work. Leave every hand behind and go to the next one. So real good advice these guys are giving you. GL to you
Well, sometimes I am really so aggresive when I losse with an hand , and my reaction is to keep it on my mind to be more carefully next time.
Since sometimes I really can't control my mind , but I am trying to learn , and to learn .
My friends , they playing , and they already have great results , but they have 3 years on this game , and they told me that I didn't have patience , and I am working on it also.
Thanks guys for your great comments I hear a lot of good things.
Also with the books and videos, don't attempt to play all the tricks you're learning at the same time. Take it slow, and just focus on one thing at a time.
So a good place to start is to work on the hands you are opening from each position. If it takes you 1 session or if it takes you 20, stick to that one topic until its burnt into your brain, and then move on to the next.
Also a big thing to remember, and something I had trouble with initially, is to not try and focus on your river play initially. Pre-flop and flop are the most important when you are learning. Once you start to improve on those, you'll find a lot your river decisions become easier, because you've kept yourself out of uncomfortable positions pre-flop and flop.
Is really hard for me to make a best dicission on river , but anyway my inside voice telling me that my opponet is better than me now , but I didn't believe , and I make bad call.
Thanks for your helpul post.