Originally Posted by Tristan529
Hey guys, new to the forums.
I have played live a fair amount of times but have a lot more experience online. I find myself much more solid in live play vs online. I tend to play very solid to start online and a lot of times build quite nicely, but it's as if I get bored or risky and take a chance I know I shouldn't but think ah just this once wont hurt, and I end up paying for it. I also tend to be up a lot in games when Im just playing SitnGos but for some reason If I lose a game and Im down even 10$ I have that reaction of I gotta get that back and go to the Black Jack table, sometimes for the good or better.
The main issue is I don't do this in live, and Im wondering if It's just because it's online I act like this. I don't have anyone around to see me do stupid things and it's quick and easy to click a few buttons and try to get back. I don't feel tilt in live or experience this.
Any words of advice? I definitely like online but It seems as if I make mistakes that are mistakes I more than know better to make yet take that risk online, and instantly know what I did.
Some people feel a disconnection between actual cash when the play online. Maybe you are this way.
Also every decision is a bit faster online, and players are generally tougher.
When you play live you can look around the table and you have a lot of time to actually think things through and notice peoples action. Just keep at it and hone your skill. Treat it like real money
because it is.
And for the love of God stay away from the blackjack