Life is like a zebra - a black stripe, a white stripe. The game works according to the same rules. I think even great poker players not only have big wins, but they also have big losses!
And yes .. you need to be patient, and everything will work out again. Good luck with the game)))
It is necessary to quickly close the poker client and do other things, this helps very well in any business, not only in poker Poker and a bad mood can not, impossible and not right to combine Of course, when you lose money it's very terrible, but poker depends very strong on luck and you shouldn't get angry and worry too much! Unlucky now - lucky later Even, when you do all right, you don't make mistakes, you can lose and lose a lot Sometimes luck can come completely unexpectedly.. It's all strange =)
Frustration and bad hands is normal, the problem is to increase the damage due to this, it's hard to indicate something because it's very particular how each one handles it (I've already ignored what I just wrote a few times, for example) understand that being able to control the adverse hypotheses (don't tilt basically) will make you stronger may help.
Two methods are known in such situations.
You stop playing for a while or continue with a smaller limit.
I recommend the latter, it’s much better to calmly reevaluate what happened than to continue downswing.
I have managed to avoid downswing many times with this method.
The only and probably the best solution is a break. In such situations, it makes no sense to continue the game, because the chances of losing money will only increase. Therefore, a break is the best way out of such situations.
If a bad session/-s affects your play at the tables or even worse - your daily life, than take a break or just quit... After 10+ years of playing the game, I've learned to love my breaks even after winning sessions as many times I feel like I just got lucky and my play wasn't good enough in some spots... Also, from my experience, it's a terrible idea to move to higher stakes or risk your bankroll at other markets you're not familiar with as most of the times the result will be you losing your entire bankroll...
I am philosophical about bad hands. They are good for the opponent! So it's okay when I get an amazing straight, and when it doesn't, it's a problem. In fact, this is normal. If I'm angry, then I'm resting. Calmed down again, I'm playing while I have money. Then I think about why I lost. And the cycle repeats normally. As a result, the one who can stand it will get a good win. Discipline and self-control are important. You need to train this in yourself. A strong psyche and nervous system will help you win more. You need to rest more, thanks to a full sleep.