This has already been said a lot. This is a problem that you can fight with rest and distraction to another matter. You can’t play poker for days, although I have friends who play for days. They got involved, it turns out they became professionals.
if you start to tilt hard, just take a break from the game. its that simple. you will come back more fresh and relaxed.
What do you think is a good length of time a break from the game should be if on tilt? Game becomes a wreck once you play on tilt. Loss of confidence, as well as the feeling of "was I ever any good at all" starts to creep in soon after.
First of all, you need to cope with your emotions. Even among professionals, there are not always players who have work experience, but because of their experience, they correctly assess the situation and take all measures to exit tilt. You must clearly know and understand what brings you to tilt.
I personally learned a few lessons for several years of play. First of all, take your time to return to the game.
Rate your bankroll, it may happen that you will need to go down a limit lower.Read the theoretical material.and do not compare yourself with other players who, for example, rose much faster in the limits - do not create pressure on yourself.gl man!!
The tilt is a wall that many players do not know how to overcome.
It is a condition that every poker player has to learn to manage, but most players take the easiest path, just complain or blame, the difficult thing is to have the discipline to recognize when we enter the state of tilt, the discipline to get up from the table when we are not playing our best game.
This is what separates good players, those who know how to handle that set of negative emotions so that it does not affect their game.