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A B = C: A Poker Competitor’s Worth is Judged by His Bottom Line

A number of poker strategies will astonish you with their ease. This is sample. Note your conclusions, every single time you play.

Chapel of Texas Holdem Verse #three:

You must record thy wins and thy loses; for it is the grand total of all a persons achievements which create his or her bottom line.

How detailed is your decision. I usually think that hourly specifics and that style of personal detail is wasted. Simply figure out how much in front you are and what amount (if any) you have taken out. Of course, if you lose, record that too, despite how much it hurts.

Do not overlook to note what type of game you are playing, if that’s significant to you. (In my expertise, most folks stick to what they understand and do not try something they do not know. If all you record is winnings, down and what you’ve taken out, you are light years in front of most gamblers around!)

Bestow on yourself realistic ambitions, like a ‘dream’ goal (new car, holiday or whatever). When you withdraw, mark the $$$$$ taken out to your dream tally. The greater the success you have, the nearer that goal will be!

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