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To not over value my hand in certain situations. I tend to make calls in hands where it was obvious the opponent had an over pair, but I just couldn't muck my top pair top kicker, even though they 3 bet me preflop, potted the flop, overbet the turn and jammed the river 125 big blinds deep, and play a super tight 10/2/2 vpip/pfr/3bet strategy
What is the concepts you regard the most important when playing a hand? It may be a new thing you have learned and getting that made you get much more chips.
Good time of day friend, how many people - so many opinions, I think that the key skill for victories is discipline! Being able to reset cards is a very important skill, you can't fall in love with your hand even if it is AA, in some cases AA can bring you great problems that can cost you all chips! Discipline and patience I consider one of the key skills for a poker player! Everything comes with experience, so I wish you patience and good luck at the tables!
The most important thing, I think, despite the different situations and outcomes of hands, is to always make only the right decision and look at poker as a huge distance and not focus on short-term results.
Recently I heard, in my opinion, a rather interesting statement by the streamer: “Players always under-bluff on the river, players always call too often on the river + players don't bluff in non-bluff situations” !!! In my opinion, these words are worth pondering !!!
All we have to do during the game is focus on the cards and movement of the opponents, take advantage of the opportunity to win chips, and most importantly be patient when we don't get good hands for a long period of time.
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