Here some suggestions:
- Start by studying basic preflop ranges
-> Its is important to understand wich hands
are profitable to play in different positios and situations. You can try some software to help you out, like Flopzilla, Equilab. Or you can just search for books, tutorials, Youtube videos, Cardschat course could be helpfull too.
- Review hands histories
-> Having a tracking software to review your hand histories and analyze your decision-making procces is very important. As soon you feel you did a mistake try to learn from it.
- Practice range balancing
-> Its importante to have a balanced range of hands, meaning that you have a mix of strong and weak hands in your range. This will make it more difficult for your opponents to read you.
- Seek feedback from others players
-> This is where Cardschat can help you. On "Learning Session" you can post your hands soo we can comment on it. Having an outside perspective can help you identify blind spots or areas where you may be making mistakes.
- Continuously review and update your ranges
-> If the board is different, sometimes you gotta play different. Dont stay at the range of hands always.
Anything i'm here.
Good lucky on your tables!