re: Poker & taking notes
Originally Posted by StorkBoy
Very interesting for me because I do not use HUD.
- How many hands it takes to go through that you have recorded so you could say that you have a solid information about a particular player.
- How are you taking notes for the hand that did not show at the end because is not paid by the opponent. Did you making notes on this kind of game, too.
- If you do, you make notes for both player right? Something like this guy is known for 3 bet bluffs and this guy is easy for 3 bet bluffs and so.
- Can you give us some more explanations about all that, I'm very interested to hear.
Thank you in advance for your time.
1.some ppl i have been playing against for several years-some i just started taking notes on-and anywhere inbetween-its more important that i note players tendicies as most humans are creatures of habit-i might have only been in a few hands with person,i start taking notes right away-i can add new notes or change them as a persons games evolves so does my notes
2.its impossible to take notes on non-showdown hands you have to see thier cards to note opening raise range-which is why i mentioned that i pay attention when im not in the hand-it also helps me keep my head in the game-my attention wonders at times
3.yes i note both players in hand even if im not in it-so to get some good notes on a person it may take awhile since you dont see every mucked hand -the key for me was limiting the amount of notes, knocking my notes down to bare bones minimum-abbreviating all my notes -and making them understandable for me to review while in a hand quickly-this way of taking notes is just how i do it -everyone has there own way of note taking