- Jan 21, 2018
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Once again, thank you all for your congratulations. I am glad that the forum great people and they know how to support and be friends.
He explain you exelient 100% corect! Good loock in next i hope to see you on some big turnament "PEOPLE LEARNING ALL LIFE "@BlackMamba, did i got you right? You are playing poker since only one month?! And you hit the final table in a huge freeroll tournament of 30.857 players in it?!!! Damn girl, it's too weak to say "freaking awesome start!" Congrats and let the Lady Luck stay longer at your side! But as you are new to poker, please keep in mind one important point, which can be covered in words - "Easy comes easy goes". It's great when you have some luck to win big at the beginning of your poker career and have a little financial buffer, but you have to keep it playing very low and remembering that luck can turn against you at every point of time and you start loosing and loosing. I don't want to say it can get worse, i want to say it will get worse. It's a poker. And although you could be talented player, you are still very inexperienced, so keep it as low as possible and don't allow a devil on your shoulder whispering you "try a bigger shoot maybe you get lucky". Don't believe it. You won't and you will just blow your winnings and have to start from scratch. You time will come and will be playing higher limits, when you will be ready for that. But it's still a lot of work and hands to play before you can do that. So no matter if you lucky now or not. Just keep playing freerolls and lowest limits. That's my good advice. And good luck at the tables! Ship another big win soon!
GG man , it's a very hard tournament , nice place , final table , it's ok .I opened the chests and got a ticket to that game. 17 February I took part in this tournament. Play was difficult. For a while, I was a leader with a stack of 3,700,000 . But then I fell to 36,000 and thought the game was over for me. But I remembered the strategy of playing in late-stage tournaments and I got up and returned to the game. I got into the final table with a small stack. It is difficult to fight for the main prize. My result is 9th place and the prize of $ 29.60. I played for the first time in such a tournament (30 857 participants in the game, ID: 2204931733). 8 hours of fighting. I am very tired but I am happy with my result. 22 February marks the 1 month as I play in poker.
A lot of different. Harrington, Sklansky, etc. Now I read and study the book "The Raiser's Edge" (Bertrand Grospellier).What books do you read, what kind of video do you watch, tell me please, I want the same results.