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sometimes make the same mistakes continuously is very harmful! what kind of error, you have persisted?
The worst mistake I commonly make is that I think the other players around me have had the same experiences I have... What I mean by that is I think they will react to my betting patterns as I would... This is not always the case like someone chasing flush draws I wouldn't or straight draws I wouldn't... I try to bet them out and they stay in and catch...
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targeting certain players just cuz i hate them and see them everywhere haha, i mean i play alot so i dont often dothis, but once in a while i will just pick on a reg i dislike and should be playing my hands not jsut cuz i dont like his style or how long he takes lol
I usually let myself get trapped by someone who checks the turn to hide the strength of their hand. I just can't resist firing away and would just get check-raised or called only to find out I'm holding the weaker hand in the end.
I say to myself, and even wrote his diary, get up from the table when you're in-game sesiyu doubled its bank. But yet, I want to play a couple of hands vyiryshnyh, and then get up. Often it ends with a sad, a complete zero!
Time to stop here is my problem.
What about bank roll management. Does that count or are talking particularly while playing. Cause honestly that's going to be my biggest error that brings me to a losing player.
I feel my over all play is definitely above average but I catch myself jumping get stakes and chancing to big of buying on a good session not leaving room for bad hits or even mistakes.
1. Don`t play cards when you are drunk.
2. Don`t play SNG 1 table with poor connection quality.
3. If a loose player wins all the time with a bad cards - against you he has a nuts.
Just believe in bad. Any f*cked up is possible. )
I'm not aggressive enough on the flop or the river. I don't charge enough for draws, or extract enough value when I have the nuts. I also struggle with discipline and patience when it comes to bankroll management.
Sometimes it's tempting to get overcommitted to a pot in late rounds of a tournament. You think they your in position and the table is playing weak but you are really looking to get played back. You usually have to go ahead and defend your move. It happens.
Whenever playing for cash, I say to myself throw the game when doubled, but still continue to play. Well, just a little bit to win and get out from behind the desk. As a result, I leave or their, or without anything. The result is often sad.
Sometime when I am a chip leader I get carried away and stop analyzing the players. This is huge mistake because I might end up being called with a bad hand even when the opponent is giving me a clue that they have a better hand. :/
Going all in pre-flop. That is a mistake that has been made all the time. Turns the whole game into a BINGO game instead of poker.
Sometimes I still do it when I shouldn't . Especially AK very early on a tournament . Thanks God I don't play 6-max , who knows how much I might had lost .
Another error is the incorrect bet size I make when I have a very good hand pre or post flop , so I am losing value when I bet small or I scary the villain betting irrelevant amounts . Most of the time it's the ''betting small situations '' I have to deal with ..
Last but not least , it's sometimes , when I remember my old '' nit '' self so I retreat at spots I shouldn't and lose value/chips ,usually on a bubble or a FT where I might lose some positions at the final ranking/prize pool spots.
- Starting another tournament, sit&go or cash game after a bad beat instead of relaxing and cooling down.
- Playing in not so calm surrounding like my daughter screaming around me, or my wife speaking something important to me. I got distracted and this reflects to my game.
Biggest errors I seem to make consistently online is telling myself this person has me beat, but I click call anyway. Not all the time but often enough.
Also I can get down to wthin 2-5 people of the bubble in a 100+ or even 1000+ MTT and windup forgetting to play my game and allow myself to get sucked into someone elses style of playing which always depletes my stack before hitting the money
What are my current poker mistakes? this question is really a great invitation to reflection .... I believe my insistence on going from zero to some value is helping me to go back to zero for many and repeated times...
I'm going to start a new strategy from 1k to 10k
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My main mistake that I keep committing very often is that I lose my head very easily. In the instant that I lose against several bad beats I try to recover everything very soon and I end up losing all my bank. I am studying to be able to improve this weakness and overcome it. Regards!