Be patient and never give up. Fight to the end and even if it sometimes looks bad and you have a streak of bad luck because no matter if you are lucky or unlucky every phase goes over and changes on the contrary. Learn as much as you can about poker and choose your cards wisely. so remember if you are on the losing side that you can be a winner and if you are on the winning side that you can lose. There is no such thing as endless happiness or unhappiness. Always look at your cards and the ones on the table and dare to fold good cards if they don't match the ones on the table. But what I always say to myself and others is, it's only over when it's over, 1 chip 1 chair.
My best advice when it comes to Poker is to always play with high cards connected or not to bluff, as for life, the best advice is to do what your heart tells you and be a totally humble person without humiliating others.
my advice would be that if you want to become a regular or professional player you have to study hard, be disciplined, play a lot and be consistent in your game, you should not give up, and always work the mental part that is a prerequisite for a good management of the process of your training, I think that little by little you will learn and correct mistakes that will make you a better player, do not give up we can all go far in this profession.
At the beginning of your poker career, do not rush to play for money, and even more so for big money. Play the freerolls and take a look at everything. When you start playing for money, do not rush to raise the bar. If you can't be profitable, lower the bar. Do not try to focus on luck in the game, you need a cold mathematical calculation and experience.
No hand is 100% to win pre-flop and having the better starting hand does not entitle you to win the pot. AA will still lose ~20% of the time against 72o by the showdown - tilting because you lost with AA on a pot that you thought you deserved to win means you still have a lot of work to do on your game.
An understanding of probability and statistical analysis is extremely important if you want to ever become a winning player. You will understand why trying to find a conclusion from a sample size of 5-10 hands does not prove that a poker site is rigged - it does not prove anything except that you don't understand probability and statistics.