Adrenaline symptoms

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And one else suffer from symptoms of adrenaline such as shaking? I find big pots make me shake for 10 minutes after the hand. Anyone else have any symptoms they suffer from poker?
 
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i have adrenaline symptoms when im bluffing a player and the seconds turn to hours lol!
 
GARCIA PABLO DANIEL

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hello

I have anxiety symptoms sometimes when I play it is difficult for me to control it !!!
 
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Yes, I have symptoms of an adrenaline rush when I play poker, mostly in expensive tournaments.
 
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no symptoms at all
and i'm glad
 
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I usually only have anxiety symptoms when I'm on tilt and I play outside of my limits and I need to play a big pot or when I need to make a bluff in a big pot.
 
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Never have felt the side effects of adrenaline during a large size pot or at anytime during playing online or live poker. Sounds like a stress/anxiety issue that is showing up at the time of play. Best of luck.....
 
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It is normal to have emotions but to tremble is a little much in my opinion ...
 
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And one else suffer from symptoms of adrenaline such as shaking? I find big pots make me shake for 10 minutes after the hand. Anyone else have any symptoms they suffer from poker?
Hello, I also sometimes feel excited and anxious, but I never got to shake! It seems to me that every person experiences certain emotions when playing poker and I think that this is normal! It seems to me that if people did not experience emotions when playing poker then they would not be able to play it and would not enjoy the game, it is just important to control their emotions, sometimes they can play a cruel joke and you can lose the whole bankroll! I wish you good luck at the tables and beyond!
 
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I think this adrenaline-induced agitation is a natural reaction. You can be in control somehow because that’s why procs play with hands that don’t shake in broadcasts.
But I don't know how.:rolleyes:
 
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I've been playing for so long that I don't care what happens on the table. I want to say that I play automatically without much emotion. Only sometimes fish irritate me.
 
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Hello.
I have no such symptoms. :)
I follow bankroll management and spend only what I can afford to spend. In addition, daily meditation allows me to easily control my emotions.
 
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Yes, especially in an expensive tournament in which I passed through sattelit, my pulse jumps, it is difficult to sit on a chair, you need to walk around and drink a glass of water)
 
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It is normal to react to situations we experience while playing poker. I keep them pretty under control, with no shaking or euphoric reactions.
 
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For the first 30 min to an hr of a "big" tournament (for me) at a brick and mortar I get a bit shaky. It comes from outside judgment a lot I think. I look like I am 12 (even though born in 82) and tend to carry myself like I just stepped off the merry pranksters bus. Which leaves underestimated in all walks. Yet am I rarely under so many lights with so many khaki colored eyes on me.
 
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For the first 30 min to an hr of a "big" tournament (for me) at a brick and mortar I get a bit shaky. It comes from outside judgment a lot I think. I look like I am 12 (even though born in 82) and tend to carry myself like I just stepped off the merry pranksters bus. Which leaves underestimated in all walks. Yet am I rarely under so many lights with so many khaki colored eyes on me.



I was born In 82 as well and always told I look I’m in my 20’s. Ironic eh!
 
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If I was in a position where I knew that I was going to win a big tourney, with the hand I have, I think I would suffer from being full of doubt.

Probably not quite the kind of answer you're looking for, but I find myself possibly misclicking from being too cautious.

One thing I definitely have is remorse if I find myself in a big pot in a cash game, and I lose it, when I could have folded earlier.
 
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These symptoms occur when I bluff at an important moment.I used to have adrenaline when I reached the final of a major tournament, now I'm used to it and I'm doing well.But my heart still beats hard when I bluff))))
 
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Oh this adrenaline rush in a tricky hand ;)
 
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yes, there is such a thing) I'm not shaking, but my nerves are like strings))
 
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During the game, I become a different person, like a predator. I'll regret it after the game. this is every time
 
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It usually happens when we bluff in one hand and our opponent takes the time bank a lot and we only think that he will withdraw from the hand because we already have all the chips inside and if he calls us we can leave the tournament, those emotions only me It happens when I am in this game situation, but the emotional states that most indicate me when I play is that of anxiety about wanting to win all the hands and take the pots as soon as possible and it is generated by the fear of being able to lose the hand in the river.
 
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Everyone suffers from adrenaline waves. And not only in poker.:)
 
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I feel like it has improved over time for me, I don't get as hyped when I go all in or bluff with garbage in my Hands. Developing a breathing technique could help a lot with calming yourself down in a tense situation
 
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Yea my pulse goes up when I’m in a hand. But I’m learning to breathe n take it slower so I understand what you are talking about. But yea when you are all in for sure my heartbeat goes way up. But that’s what I like about this game, it’s a wild ride n a great experience when you play
 
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