1 2 = 3: A Poker Competitor’s Value is Judged by His or Her Bottom Line

A few poker techniques will surprise you with their ease. This is one of them. Write down your outcomes, every single time you compete.

Church of holdem Verse #4:

You must write down thy successes and thy squanders; for it’s the total of all a persons achievements which create their basis.

How detailed is up to you. I tend to consider that hourly details and that type of intimate information is not needed. Simply work out how far in front you are and how much (if anything) you have taken out. Certainly, if you lose, note that too, despite how much it hurts.

Don’t neglect to record what style of game you are competing in, if that’s critical to you. (In my experience, most gamblers hold to what they know and do not experiment. If all you do is keep up, loses and withdrawals, you are way ahead of most gamblers out there!)

Bestow on yourself actual goals, such as a ‘dream’ target (new vehicle, holiday or anything else). When you take out, add the money withdrawn to your dream tally. The greater the success you have, the nearer that goal will get!

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