This is a discussion on Session within the online poker forums, in the General Poker section; When we play our poker sessions, there are good sessions and bad sessions, good winning sequences or bad tilting sequences. As we gather more and
When we play our poker sessions, there are good sessions and bad sessions, good winning sequences or bad tilting sequences. As we gather more and more experience we can decide easier when to end our session, whatever that is good or bad. What is more difficult for you to find when to end a bad session or to find when to end a good session?
It's easier to walk away from a good session. Reason being, when a lot of us go into a cash game, we have a goal set in our minds. Once we reach or surpass this goal, it is easy to walk away. For me, I try to walk away from the table and switch tables if I am having a losing session to try to change it up. This has worked for me.
I have a good session is to win a big Bank say so if I play the table 0.5$ - 0.10$ sit down with 10$ the Bank should be from 30$ - to 40$ then I finish the session. I have no bad inclination. I just lose$ 10 and finish. I call it a Marathon on the way to building a Bankroll. So with any amount from $5 to$500.
If you play cash games you can set a number of hands to play in that session and just stop when you hit that number. Win or lose.
With mtts just stop regging anymore after a certain point.. depanding on your time.