TILT differences

PeLLeTTi

PeLLeTTi

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I wanted to raise a question here about tilt.
imo, there is tilt for having played a bad hand, and tilt for having taken a bad hand. And the tilt of the 2 together.

The thing about playing a bad hand, it's not even that strong for me, the problem is that I keep thinking after the hand about how I could have done it differently, in X possibilities, during the game still, I know this is wrong and I should think about it later, but no I can.

The one of getting a bad one, also doesn't affect me that much, if I've made the right move.

Now what shakes me the most, making a dubious move, and in the end taking the bad.

There are some factors that tilt me ​​even more.
For example, if I'm playing against a random, it doesn't affect me that much.
Now if I'm playing against an acquaintance, tilt increases a lot.
If the known is donkey, it increases more. And if you're one of those donkeys who think they know how to play, then the brain feels like it's going to crash.
Like, the guy pulling the hand he was losing, hitting 1,2,3 outs, and chuckling, celebrating a lot, it burns me too much, I know it's a big leak, and I need to improve so I'm posting it here.

I believe this is related to ego, of losing to someone with a clearly lower level of play than yours.
But how to control it? how to soften?
It's very frustrating to feel that.

Does it happen, or has something similar happened to you?
Any indication of study material for the psychological part of the game?
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mina271

mina271

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You never feel good when you lose, but it's part of the game and I don't think you can do more than just accept it. All that matters is that you do your best, and if you've done your best and still lose then there's nothing you can do about it. To believe that you should win because the other player is a weaker player is wrong because the newcomers and so-called weaker players sometimes risk incredible hands and often win with them because they wait for the river and often hit the river. For me it doesn't matter how good or how bad the person opposite me is. Because no matter how good or bad you are, everyone can win or lose sometimes - sometimes you lose because of bad decisions and sometimes you just have bad luck. You can learn something from bad decisions, but not from bad luck, you can only accept that
 
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gamis

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With me tilt is directly related to frustration Playing without focus, without concentration, for me, is fatal: I will tilt
 
mina271

mina271

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First of all you should ask yourself why you tilted. is it because you lost to a donk and you had the better hand and still lost? Well, that's poker and it's not just the best hands that win. I was in a tournament and I was in the big blind with a pocket pair of AA's all but the small blind had folded and he put me all in. At the show down I saw that he had 23 in his hand so I felt safe because I had the AA in my hand. But then the flop came and immediately came 23x and I was busted and he was through. Of course this could lead to some people tipping but I've learned my lesson that no hand is safe and you always have to reckon with the possibility of losing. If you accept that you can lose even with good hands then there is no reason to tilt. If I play now and see that my hands are worthless no matter how good they are, then I try to play even more attentively and pay more attention to how the others at the table are playing
 
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fernandofcp

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Accepting what happened is part of the self-control to not go on tilt. What really matters is not reflecting on what happened, but learning from the plays that didn't work out and being efficient in the next actions in the game.
 
infonazar

infonazar

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First of all, it is very important that you feel comfortable during the game. In order to feel comfortable you just need to follow the bankroll management. If you have a spending limit per day, then you simply have nothing to fear and your emotions will always be under your control.
 
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thesternburglar

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Tilt is a rarity for me. It mostly happens when I am playing a very bad player who hits everything and he/she and sucks out on me. I then try to lay traps that end not working. Moving to another table usually helps.
 
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COMIRRR

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I suffer from it many times lately but I am an optimistic person ...
 
Baldy86

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well i made a thread about it in the past . at least similarly . i asked what makes you angrier to get sucked out or to play bad and lose

i also get angrier when i play bad personally

but in my opinion the tilt is still the same . tilt is tilt IMO . because in the end the state you are in is the same and will affect your game similarly
 
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Suuky10

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I have a lot of work to do working on my tilt! Find it hard to go against the instinct to try to get the chips back as soon as possible.
 
PeLLeTTi

PeLLeTTi

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well i made a thread about it in the past . at least similarly . i asked what makes you angrier to get sucked out or to play bad and lose

i also get angrier when i play bad personally

but in my opinion the tilt is still the same . tilt is tilt IMO . because in the end the state you are in is the same and will affect your game similarly


It's amazing how time passes and nothing changes about it. We are always looking for that answer, but it always seems further and further away.
 
PeLLeTTi

PeLLeTTi

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First of all, it is very important that you feel comfortable during the game. In order to feel comfortable you just need to follow the bankroll management. If you have a spending limit per day, then you simply have nothing to fear and your emotions will always be under your control.

I even follow, but I think what's catching the most is the psychological factor itself. Maybe I need more experience on this. Thanks for your response :)
 
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alien666dj

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Be patient, and after downloading your hands and analyzing them, you will notice that mistakes made by you lead to tilt, but you will also see that others make mistakes.
 
samircyber9

samircyber9

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for me personally i'm easily tilted and i just get frustraited and do dumb decisions
 
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