Originally Posted by BearPlay
Just like buying a car or new clothing, you have to go with your own poker style, what fits and suits you, what feels comfortable on you.. and that takes time and experience. Lots of experience. Just keep playing and experimenting, and you will find your unique rhythm that works for you.
I agree with finding your style....but then once your comfortable with that I think you owe it to yourself and your game to "branch out" a little.
Now, I don't mean going from tight passive to LAG overnight.
but if you are TAG add in some LAG plays in certain positions or situations.
maybe enter a smaller buy in tournament and experiement with playing a LAG style in the middle stages and bubble and just see what happens.
I cannot remember which author/book this quote came (Sklansky?) from but it goes:
"You will find that the easiest money you will make is when you are playing a style that is the opposite of your natural style"