Hello, you can study reviewing your hands after a game session, or you can seek help from a more experienced player, I think this is the best way to improve your game, seeing that you made mistakes and correcting them .
In my opinion, there are several options for studying poker. Firstly, these are books, secondly, these are video lessons, thirdly these are specialized sites, and fourthly they are improvements and analysis of one's own game.
CardsChat has some of the best information out there. I've read books, purchased videos and spent time going through hand history. Asking question and having members spend time going over hands is real help.
"Luck comes and goes but knowledge stays forever."
Recently, I am studying during the game itself, during a poker session. I believe that experience gives me more than theory. But this does not mean that I did not study theory. Only on the basis of the whole theory that I have studied will I gain experience.
Lots of reading at first then I went to WPT Boot Camp. I really learned a lot there.
Then came the practice and application . Followed by analyzing hands to see where they went wrong or right. Making adjustments along the way.
It all pays off in the end.
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I learned a lot from watching poker twitch broadcasts.
Just type in poker twitch and click on the first option, you will get countless live poker streams from various game types, texas holdem, omaha, sit go´s.
I see how the best players play in each situation, I don't try to do the same but I try to understand what the idea is for him to make that play.
When I finish playing a tournament I analyze my actions what I could do differently for a better technical level, I pay close attention to my opponents' size, hands that I could play differently is how I study and realize that I've improved. enough, but I know that much remains to be learned.
There are a lot of vloggers who vlog on youtube about their poker sessions. Most of them are quite interesting. I believe every time you play you learn something new. Eventually you learn from your own mistakes. Practice makes perfect.