How often do you study??

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Hello ๐Ÿ‘‹ guys I am studying ๐Ÿ“– pre flop charts and let me tell you itโ€™s over 3000 Different poker hand Scenarios so itโ€™s real I study ๐Ÿ“– for 1 hour every day. How about you ? Thank you for your comments.
 
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Not much as i should... i need to learn new stuffs. I just let things going naturally. Learning form my mistakes...
 
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I take the train everyday for a total of 1 hour a day to work, I always have a poker book with me to go over different stuff. Right now my focus is the mental game and getting some better pre- and post-game habits in place, so I can use it as a more effective tool to direct my focus on improving my weaknesses.

Right now my mental game is behind my technical game, and it is preventing me from progressing as fast as I could with the time I put in :)
 
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I tend to dip in and out of studying.
I find putting into practice what I already know useful.
But I'm fully aware that I have so much more to learn.
I find playing more exciting than reading a book. ๐Ÿ˜‚
 
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Been looking to study at least one session per day. I am really focused on improving and becoming a better player.
 
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Hello ๐Ÿ‘‹ guys I am studying ๐Ÿ“– pre flop charts and let me tell you itโ€™s over 3000 Different poker hand Scenarios so itโ€™s real I study ๐Ÿ“– for 1 hour every day. How about you ? Thank you for your comments.
I am a hobby player, and never intend Poker to be anything more than a fun game, therefore I don't seriously have to study, I watch a few games on Twitch and Youtube which has helped me. and read quite a few books on Poker but other than that nothing else.
The only thing is I have never lost money playing Poker because I do not enjoy gambling and starting off with freerolls I have built a small bankroll where I can afford to lose $20-$30 a day and still have money left.
There is no secret formula to this, just common sense and Bankroll Management.
 
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Not much as i should... i need to learn new stuffs. I just let things going naturally. Learning form my mistakes...
Lol ๐Ÿ˜ me too sometimes
I take the train everyday for a total of 1 hour a day to work, I always have a poker book with me to go over different stuff. Right now my focus is the mental game and getting some better pre- and post-game habits in place, so I can use it as a more effective tool to direct my focus on improving my weaknesses.

Right now my mental game is behind my technical game, and it is preventing me from progressing as fast as I could with the time I put in :)
you are just going to get stronger ๐Ÿ’ช thank you ๐Ÿ™ for your comment
 
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I tend to dip in and out of studying.
I find putting into practice what I already know useful.
But I'm fully aware that I have so much more to learn.
I find playing more exciting than reading a book. ๐Ÿ˜‚
Me too lol ๐Ÿ˜† thank you ๐Ÿ˜Š for your comment
 
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Been looking to study at least one session per day. I am really focused on improving and becoming a better player.
It doesnโ€™t Hurt ๐Ÿ˜ข to study ๐Ÿ“– it will make you a stronger player. Thank you ๐Ÿ™
 
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I donโ€™t study in terms of reading poker books. I do study game play while Iโ€™m involved at the tables.
The more you know the better thank you ๐Ÿ™ for your comment
 
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I am a hobby player, and never intend Poker to be anything more than a fun game, therefore I don't seriously have to study, I watch a few games on Twitch and Youtube which has helped me. and read quite a few books on Poker but other than that nothing else.
The only thing is I have never lost money playing Poker because I do not enjoy gambling and starting off with Freerolls I have built a small Bankroll where I can afford to lose $20-$30 a day and still have money left.
There is no secret formula to this, just common sense and Bankroll Management.
Me too I watch hours of poker streams but sometimes I need to study ๐Ÿ“š to know why they are doing the things they do. For example I would never ๐Ÿ‘Ž known that 54 Suited plays so well in some spots and you should be more aggressive when out of position thatโ€™s just a few but I love โค๏ธ the game so I want to know everything but it fun ๐Ÿคฉ when you donโ€™t have to use your hard earned money ๐Ÿ’ด.
 
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Hello ๐Ÿ‘‹ guys I am studying ๐Ÿ“– pre flop charts and let me tell you itโ€™s over 3000 Different poker hand Scenarios so itโ€™s real I study ๐Ÿ“– for 1 hour every day. How about you ? Thank you for your comments.

I am actually a student of the game. While I am not a professional and probably never will be I put in a lot of work into my game as I am a competitive person who has hopes of someday winning something bigger. My goal is to be that guy who has his picture with his trophy, bracelets or ring at the table after winning the tournament. I dont care ifs its a big one or not but just ones that's my goal. I can in 2nd once by the way.

The reason I opened with that info is to let you understand my reasoning for the answer to your question. I put 2+ hours a day into my game on average each day, I do take a day off most weeks but 15 hours is what I am aiming for most weeks and did put in 20 this past week.

As for your charts. They are inportant but there is a lot more to this game than charts. Getting a deeper understanding of the game is much more valuable than the charts.
 
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I prefer to learn from previous mistakes that happened to me
 
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I am actually a student of the game. While I am not a professional and probably never will be I put in a lot of work into my game as I am a competitive person who has hopes of someday winning something bigger. My goal is to be that guy who has his picture with his trophy, bracelets or ring at the table after winning the tournament. I dont care ifs its a big one or not but just ones that's my goal. I can in 2nd once by the way.

The reason I opened with that info is to let you understand my reasoning for the answer to your question. I put 2+ hours a day into my game on average each day, I do take a day off most weeks but 15 hours is what I am aiming for most weeks and did put in 20 this past week.

As for your charts. They are inportant but there is a lot more to this game than charts. Getting a deeper understanding of the game is much more valuable than the charts.
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I am actually a student of the game. While I am not a professional and probably never will be I put in a lot of work into my game as I am a competitive person who has hopes of someday winning something bigger. My goal is to be that guy who has his picture with his trophy, bracelets or ring at the table after winning the tournament. I dont care ifs its a big one or not but just ones that's my goal. I can in 2nd once by the way.

The reason I opened with that info is to let you understand my reasoning for the answer to your question. I put 2+ hours a day into my game on average each day, I do take a day off most weeks but 15 hours is what I am aiming for most weeks and did put in 20 this past week.

As for your charts. They are inportant but there is a lot more to this game than charts. Getting a deeper understanding of the game is much more valuable than the charts.
I totally ๐Ÿ’ฏ agree with you that there is more than charts I would like ๐Ÿ‘ to think that a good ๐Ÿ‘ table awareness goes a long way but I would love โค๏ธ to even win ๐Ÿ… 1 big tournament ๐ŸŸ and just making the money ๐Ÿ’ฐ after that is fine. Thank you ๐Ÿ™ for your comment.
 
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I prefer to learn from previous mistakes that happened to me
Fool me once โ˜๏ธ Same on you fool me twice shame on me thank you ๐Ÿ™ for your comment.
 
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Usually I try to save hands i have doubts and study them imediately after the session is over

If I can't do that, i save them and study on weekends
 
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Great tip, I recently started a course, I was recommended to play 80% and study 20%, it seems like a good idea, so I usually study an hour too, sometimes two.
 
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