1 2 = 3: A Poker Competitor’s Worth is Determined by Their Bottom Line

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A few poker techniques will surprise you with their simplicity. This is sample. Jot down your conclusions, every time you bet.

Cult of holdem Psalm #3:

You have to record your wins and thy squanders; for it’s the sum total of all a mans accomplishments which develop his or her bottom line.

How accurate is up to you. I tend to consider that hourly specifics and that type of personal detail is wasted. Simply figure out how much ahead you are and what amount (if any) you’ve taken out. Of course, if you lose, note that too, no matter how much it it might pain you.

Do not neglect to record what sort of game you’re competing in, if that’s critical to you. (In my expertise, most players keep to what they understand and do not experiment. If all you write down is up, down and what you’ve taken out, you are way ahead of a majority of gamblers around!)

Give yourself actual ambitions, like a ‘dream’ goal (new car, holiday or anything else). When you take out, mark the dollars taken out to your dream tally. The greater the success you have, the nearer that goal will be!

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