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BLOG: Poker Tips, Bankroll Management and More (PART 41)

Tags: blog, blogger Ronin`s Renegade Blog
Blog post published on Thursday, February 26, 2015, written by Ronin`s Renegade Blog.
Welcome mobsters, if you are reading this blog for the very first time, I thank you for your initial interest. I think that if you give it a little time, you will find something that will peak your interest.  I am a semi-pro poker player and an author. I am currently working on several projects for publication, and will be discussing them on occasion in this blog. If you are a fan then I war[...]   Read more » Poker Tips, Bankroll Management and More (PART 41)

  26-Feb-15, 10:13   #1
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doubletop777 
Joined: Mar '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 47 (M)
Posts: 5552
Avoiding tilt is the biggest thing to learn in my opinion. You should always try and stay cool and avoid making reckless decisions but this is easier said than done as i have learnt playing live over the years

     
  26-Feb-15, 10:24   #2
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mhj07 
Joined: Feb '15
Location: Sweden
Age: 23 (M)
Posts: 24
Tilt is my biggest problem I think. I played a few hours yesterday and and I think I lost with AA three times, and a few times against players who just kept calling no matter what hand they had and what cards were on the table, and they always seemed to hit something on the river and take home the pot (usually big pots too).

When this happens I get the urge to move up a limit in order to "win back my money faster"... I did that yesterday, and luckily I was able to double up my buy-in within only a few hands, and then I left the table. I can't remember how many times I've done this though, and instead lost my entire buy-in and as a result gotten even further behind. This is something I have to work harder on. I have to be more disciplined and not make any stupid decisions after a few bad beats.


     
  26-Feb-15, 13:52   #3
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klash23 
Joined: Mar '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 38 (F)
Posts: 2243
Some interesting points,definitely agree with players over estimating their ability after a few good results.I have thought I was progressing only to have a couple of reality checks against better players and it can really knock your confidence.

     
  26-Feb-15, 17:55   #4
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RoninHarper 

Joined: Nov '12
Location: Canada
Age: 48 (M)
Posts: 4440
G'day mates

Glad that today's post has been food for thought and opened up a discussion.
You are not alone mhj07, I too still sometimes go on tilt and it always cost me more money.
wishing you all the best

     
  27-Feb-15, 01:11   #5
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bowie1984 

Joined: Apr '12
Location: Hungary
Age: 32 (M)
Posts: 4685
Posted by RoninHarper:
Glad that today's post has been food for thought and opened up a discussion.
You are not alone mhj07, I too still sometimes go on tilt and it always cost me more money.

THIS. This a 100% - this.
I don't think tilting can be fully eliminated for everybody, but we need to keep within borders for sure. Especially bad when you are tilting in a place which has sidegames, casino and betting sections. If I'd tell tales about how bad you could tilt in a place like that... Oh, boy.

     
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