when the time comes that we must stop we must do it otherwise we can play badly, when we spend a lot of time playing at the end we will feel tired and it is good to stop and regain energy to play the next day, in general the game does not bore me, nor tires me, it is the body that gets tired and needs a break, and I think we must be very responsible with that to not lose focus of the game and get distracted.
I stop playing for a day or two, in my case that is what I do, it is not that it discourages me, what happens is that I get saturated when I play many tables and that makes me play with anger and making bad decisions, fortunately it is not something that happens to me often
When I get tired of poker I just stop playing it for a couple of days! You should not sit down to play if it does not bring you pleasure, because you will not be able to concentrate properly and this will greatly affect your game not for the better! Relax, take a walk or do something else, and then with renewed vigor, sit down and conquer the poker tables! Good luck to everyone at the tables!
Well, if you play non-stop, you end up getting bored of anything you do, it doesn't matter what it is, but if you play regularly without excess, except only if you play a tournament that lasts 6-7 hours when you manage to make the final table , you should not get bored
Original posted by : pavel1111111
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I would just turn off the computer and do something else for a few days or even weeks. I rarely ever feel this way but I have actually taken a month off from poker twice in the last 15+ years and when I was ready to play again I jumped in and was fully motivated and playing well. There are just time when we all just need a break.
Good afternoon.As I play mostly freerolls and low luy-in cash games,sit&goes and spins, I´ve never felt that way,so I play almost every day and enjoy the game.If you feel unmotivated, just stop playing for 1 or 2 days until you feel eager to play poker again.
If you're unmotivated, quit altogether, or, change your poker style. Problem here, is that, it's hard to break habits, so if you come back, it won't be long until non-motivation kicks in, again.
If you're unmotivated, but know you'd like to try again, read some poker books during your layoff, but don't come back until you know that you have/can retain some of what you've learned, that's different to what you're doing now.
You can also watch some poker videos, and look for similar situations where you acted differently to what the pros did.
Non-motivation is very closely tied to poor results, or results that aren't up to the standards of what you want.
I probably won't be original, but if poker is not fun, stop playing for a while. No need to play violently. Do what gives you pleasure at the moment. Maybe after a while the desire to play poker will come. And if not, then quit this business) Not yours means