Originally Posted by dsanga01
Do those thoughts haunt you too?
Here's the way I prefer to look at it:
Copy the hand histories of these hands and review them after the game. Posting them in hand analysis helps (make sure to copy the hand history so that those analyzing have as much info as possible).
If you played well and faced a bad beat-- so be it. Know that you made the right move and that's the gambling aspect of poker. Shrug it off and move on to the next game.
If you analyze and realize that you did the "wrong" thing. Be thankful that you're able to analyze and learn from your mistakes. Understand what you did wrong and learn not to do it next time.
I don't know how long you've been playing poker, but I firmly believe that this is the attitude to make you a better player.