when you believe your instinct and beat your opponent's bluff, you get great pleasure. but too often it is not worth doing so, if your instinct is not highly developed. then cold calculation comes to the rescue.
I don't but i often regret, sometimes i just have a feeling to go the flop (it's rare) with medium-low hands i'm not having guts to call it, and when the flops come makes me feel sick. I hope with time and more experience i will be able to get better.
Yes, but you do not have to rely too heavily on this, it can sometimes cost you a lot. But in certain situations, I played quite well on my instinct. It's best to rely on knowledge, because it's the biggest weapon in poker, and then everything goes away.
I don't know if the right word is instinct but some times if my opponent's line of play doesn't make any sense( represents a hand which is a 3bet pre/shove preflop) then I hero call or I shove in order to force him fold.This makes poker such a wonderful game!Logic.
Good poker players can easily analyze such scenarios in some seconds!
I believe in my instinct it never fail to be honest on the poker table when something is bad or when I have to fold I know and Im gonna try to do what my instinct says cause when I do not pay attention on my instinct most of the time I discover my instinct was right so my piece of advice is listen to your instinct and do what it says. Study a lot and become a good player and then together with instinct you would probably be amazing poker players