Originally Posted by steelwheel92
I hear a lot about players being on tilt? What does this mean?
Tilting is when an opponent catches a really lucky card like a 2-3 outer & U start getting mad & start to play really loose just to get back at that player.
According to google the definition is: a state of mental or emotional confusion or frustration in which a player adopts a less than optimal strategy, usually resulting in the player becoming over-aggressive.
Tilting can result from a plethora of things like you losing a hand & another player teasing you, you having a,k vs aq and opponent catches a queen on the end for an all-in pot preflop.
Basically it is when U get mad & start to play bad & play cards based on getting lucky versus being skillful.