This is a discussion on Top 5 Reasons You're Losing at Poker within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; Guess where Bad Luck & Tilt fit:
Top 5 razões porque Você está Perdendo no Poker. - YouTube
I have been actively trying to exploit predictability that i have noticed in players im tabled with regularly online but i hadn't considered that i may also be or end up becoming predictable too. good information this video has brought to light so thank you
Great poker player along with great advice. I for one always interested in improving my overall game with videos/books & forums. Yes, taking a break from play is beneficial when you are experiencing a run of bad cards and bad beats. I find players are bluffing and chasing more then ever online.
Everything between tilt and bad luck does not exist.I mean tough players predictable playing?What a woo woo shit.This is way he has so little subscribers and why people who leans on his advice is condemned to failure.I mean, how can you be predictable you are not a robot this is not some fancy video game of poker,there is not levels so you can adapt.Focusing on predictability will only cost you money.
Sometimes you just have to suck up your losses and grab a new attitude. Many people you play against do stupid things and still win, if you let it make you angry then stop playing until you can accept the situation.
Bookmark it and watch it 5 times when you recognize you are about to tilt ��
I'd almost forgotten that I'd posted this till I saw it come up again in new posts. I did indeed rewatch it again after losing a hand JJ to AA. This hand wasn't bad luck. I had a note on my opponent that said he was tight, and I suspected that he was stronger than me, but I let the hand play out anyway.
My error - too much wishful thinking and not enough paying attention to my head.
Luck has a LOT to do with our wins and losses, but skill allows us to temper or manage that luck. If you are a naturally lucky person (not me) then nothing matters till your luck starts to run out. If you are not that lucky (like me) then skill becomes all important in keeping your head above water.