This is a discussion on The moment the game gets hard to play within the online poker forums, in the General Poker section; When the game gets hard i see a lotta player quit and talk smack and make excuses. What player are you....do you love the game
When the game gets hard i see a lotta player quit and talk smack and make excuses. What player are you....do you love the game cause its hard or are you an excuse maker and cry cause you didnt win???? Dont judge yourself against other players....instead judge yourself on yourself. Are you a better player than yesterday.
Thank you for your advice, do not justify yourself, but learn and look for your mistakes. But lately, the game has turned for me into an incessant series of transfers from below for me. But I am not discouraged and try to find my mistakes. But I'm tired of looking at all the disgrace. I think I need to rest. I have already reduced the number of tournaments played and play mostly freerolls.
Every day, week, my skills improve. I feel that I am constantly progressing, and all this is due to my participation in our community. Our freerolls allow me to steadily increase my bankroll, and our free course allows me to improve my skills.
I do get frustrated with this game. I think I continue learning and building up my knowledge, but then I get to the tables and it becomes the same old story. It is hard to apply what we know without falling into the same old traps. Discipline - easy to say, harder to do.
I agree with the author of the post. Difficulties make us stronger, fell - rise. Poker is not just a game, it is a projection of our lives. You can't survive without a fight in poker, as well as in life. Complaining or crying will not help; you have to force yourself to overcome the black line, which will surely pass sooner or later.
We love the game for its impulsiveness.It can give you so many pleasant situations at one moment and take away all your desire for the game at another.You must resist-rest and return to your difficult path!This is the path of the player.Wants to be better look for motivation when losing.
I'm an average poker player who gets an opportunity in exchange for his time, so you don't have to take your losses personally, but if you work harder on the game, there will be a result, everyone can win or lose.
In something you are right, sometimes we blame the cards and other players for losing a hand or leaving a tournament and we look for excuses, but what we do not see is if we are playing well or making bad decisions in the game, for That is why we must review our game and try to improve to make the optimal movements in the game even though it usually happens sometimes that we do the right thing and the variance of the game is not in our favor and we must accept what happens because it is part of the game.
The most difficult time to play is when you are already very close to being ranked among the players who are paid a place to avoid defeat you have to play more passive TAG, this helps to conserve your chips for the final hands or at the last poker table.