There is an old saying that goes, "If advice was good, no one would give it for free."
The first and, in my opinion, one of the most important tips in poker is to play according to your bankroll.
studying and playing poker, there is a lot of good knowledge of poker, free nowadays, so to improve you have to study seriously and apply what you studied in the game.
Well said!Poker requires a lot of patience and there are many things to learn to improve. A Venezuelan professional poker player said something that stuck with me, which has a lot to do with discipline is "Don't fall in love with a Pair of Cards"... That means that there are players after the Preflop with Aces Kings , Queens or even Jacks, call raises until ShowDown. It's a mistake because sometimes those hands have lost their value even against low 2 pairs or board trips, flushes or straights.
Many times we also fall in love with trios and lose against flushes or even straights.
So "Don't fall in love with a Pair of Cards". Learn to fold them. I've seen pros doing it live like Daniel Negreanu, folding Aces after a turn against J-8s that hit a full house.
Thanks for share this link, and I research more content to improve my skills.There is an old saying that goes, "If advice was good, no one would give it for free."
I'm not the best person to talk about poker, because I've never gone deep into studies, and my knowledge, I'd say it's the basics.
But if you want to become a professional and don't have a lot of money, today there is a lot of free content on the internet, which can greatly improve your game.
You could start by taking the 30-day Cardschat course, which in addition to being very good is free, below I leave the link for you to take a look.
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