Joined: Jan '11
Location: United States
Age: 52 (M)
My break lasted about 6 months , but was basically due to the "Black Friday" deal. Kinda gave me the poker blues since I just started playing electronic poker about 6 months before that happened, but found something I really enjoyed.
This forum and the Mobsters have probably been the biggest thing to help with my game. Patience, advice with small pairs, SnG strategies, etc.
I know what your talking about watching hands like the K,( and ^'s, but I see a lot more longevity in my overall game by not always trying to play hands like that. I do play the small pairs with some selective rules like position, how much I can see the flop for and watching what's been played. I'm sure everyone has their own techniques for various hands. Welcome back and Good Luck!
Joined: May '08
Age: 32 (M)
well whatever floats your boat dude as long as you have found the cure for loosing- then you are a winner i guess btw there is one more cure for stop being a loosing player- switch to play money tables and forget the deposit button good luck with your rejuvenated poker career
Joined: Aug '10
Age: 45 (M)
A break can build new motivation. But when you get the next suckouts, you fell like in the past. But you can get more than 30% rakeback to pay the next buyins Little joke, i wish you good luck for your comeback