6max sng help!

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makeUtilt

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Going though a nasty downswing and I think it's affecting my bubble play. Last 200-ish sngs I've played have been quite brutal. 2outers everywhere lol
Are there any sng videos or articles that you guys can recommend. What's the best way to improve my game? Mainly on the bubble. I seem to get my hand in good 80% of the times but just running horribly. My confidence in the game is at the point where getting in aces pre flop is scary haha.
 
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Keep playing. If you truly are playing well luck will eventually even out. If you are fooling yourself , well...

Post some hands and we'll help you discover which. Could be you are allowing too much ...luck. Play decisively around the bubble. Collect chips while avoiding showdowns.

Or maybe you're just running bad. :joyman:
 
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makeUtilt

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Keep playing. If you truly are playing well luck will eventually even out. If you are fooling yourself , well...

Post some hands and we'll help you discover which. Could be you are allowing too much ...luck. Play decisively around the bubble. Collect chips while avoiding showdowns.


Or maybe you're just running bad. :joyman:

Thanks for the reply man.
I swear I have leaks haha but the suckouts are real man :p what I'm saying is I'm sure eventually playing like this ill beat this particular stake but I have a lot to improve. I'll post some hands from my next session I guess.
 
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I've been away for a long time but the running bad is what I remember worst. If you are truly running bad you have to play through it. You;ll never know for sure. One day you'll just be the greatest again. Meanwhile work on your game. understand the subtleties of the game's psychology.
 
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adueno81

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I know how its like I lost with pocket aces to a flush or straight or full house frequently, but sometime if i bet a lot they would normally fold preflop.
 
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WiZZiM

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its usually a case of not playing as good as you could, and a downswing. This is why sometimes good poker players end up as bad one's as they don't understand variance and make changes to their game based on the results of only a few hundred games.
 
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