I allways review all sessions of the day before. Mark intersting hands and then Solve those with Caculators. Most of the spots are quite standart imo, so youn dont really need to analize every single hand.
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That's one thing I don't think I do enough of is review my hands after play. During play I might go back on some hands with opponents to see what they called with, but overall I don't go back and analyze my hands or play.
I don't even look at them but I know I been cheated out of hands know I won the hand but don't win it's always been in a freeroll when it happens I want to say something but let it go it's a freeroll what can you do this site's are definitely not perfect
During the week I am working so I play if my free time, that means usually 80-90 depends on the day.
During weekend a little bit more about 100-120
When holidays, somedays can be 150-170 more or less, usually in cash games and tournaments.
Generally 20. Top 10 most profitable vs top 10 biggest losses from the last session. Identify what plays were +EV, what I could have done different. What was influenced more by variance (both winning and losing) than correct play. Then figure out what my top 3 takeaways are from the review, and which of those will be the focus for the next session I play.
"Intelligence without ambition is a bird without wings"
Usually I review the hands that I have already played in tournaments, but sometimes after fatigue I do not want to do this, most often I remember the hands with which I played poorly. I think reviewing and analyzing ICM software is very useful, that is, working on the game.
I try to review my hands as much as time permits. I always replay the hands that I felted on . I normally play between 2-6 MTT’s o day. I’m big on ‘lab’ work and putting in the time and effort needed to consistently improve my game. When I’m not actually playing 12 hours a day I am doing research and studying poker. I tend to get a little OCD when I really get ‘into’ something. Texas Holdem gives me an outlet for my competitive nature.