study, study, and play what you are studying! making tables volume also helps you learn how to deal with the Bad, the J6X call and you with AK, and he hits the 6 and wins the pot with a pair of 6, things like that will leave the mind bewildered! to evolve in poker it takes dedication, just like a college!
learn to be patient,study but try to adjust your play to what your learning ,that way you can incorporate what your learning into your own game,dont just play your hand start learning to put opponent on a range of hands narrowing that range by there actions,slow down your play and think about things going on i.e betting ,raising,calling and your villians hand
Decide why you are playing poker - to win or just for fun. Remember, to constantly win requires time and effort. In other words, you need to work for this. There's nothing wrong with playing poker for fun, but there's no reason for a conscious loss, even if you're playing for fun. By the way, having decided what you are playing poker for before you sit down at the table, you will facilitate the process of playing and making decisions.
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Here is my advice for you. I am a strong believer in table texture. Which means knowing your table image and the table image of the players around you. However you need to figure out at your table who is or isn't multitasking while playing. Having this info will help you verses each player in reguards to who is paying full attention and taking the game seriously , and who is playing just for fun or to pass time. Once you have set up a solid table image you will be able to open up your game. Before that you want to setup a solid table image by playing tight , fold the button a few times when it comes to you in an unraised or called pot preflop. Good players notice this and along side you playing tight will then give you more credit for a hand the next time you raise from there. Try not to play too many hands out of position. Try the limp reraise from early position with strong hands from time to time instead of raising preflop. By doing this you will then be able to limp with suited hands and wont get raised out.
OK this is a long one
Im reading a poker book and theres a question
Need to calculate win outs and chopping outs.
As expected to win there are 2 2s and to chop with 2 pair there are 3 Qs and 3 5s
Now the part i dont understand, It says to chop further the board can draw 4 Ks and 4 Js. I get the idea that this means theres a higher kicker than the Ten the villain has, but doesnt that mean that the Queen that is already on the board is doing the same thing?
So if i get a brick river like a 3h would we chop or does the villain get the pot?