Joined: May '08
Age: 52 (M)
I voted for play less. By that I mean that I will stop writing me up for big bonuses I have to grind every day to make. I will still take reloadbonuses and such, but only with very small amounts, so there is no hurry playing trough them. Then I can play only when I really fell like it.
I have noticed, that when I play through a bonus, and am getting close to finish it, I tend to play even moore than ususal, just because I want to get it over with. And then I often loose pretty much the bonusamout playing bad poker. Has happened several times. I could have just as well not taken the bonus.
Just want to refine my game to reduce holes and improve my win percentages. If I succeed at this then I expect to move up 2-3 limit levels to NL50 or NL100 by this time next year. Some other goals I plan on reaching is silver ironman status on FTP and playing more MTT's.
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 41 (M)
Everyone wants to win more cash but, in order to achieve that, they have to do other things, like reading more books, try diferent strategies and learn how to pass over a tilt phase. After saying this i just want to say i want to win more money in 2010, having all this behind as little plans!
A better mindset is definatly the best answer for me. I sometimes find myself playing just to kill time, while in the end it always costs me money because I don't fully concentrate on my game. Also when I'm frustrated about something I tend to "run away" from things and play a game, just to get my mind off things. That works wonders to me, but also there I'm losing money when I should do better (and be cheaper off) reading a book or watching tv. Only... nothing makes time go by as fast as a good game of poker
Joined: Apr '08
Age: 42 (M)
I think I have to work on my mindset. I already achieved playing less, and I think right now it is consuming a time I'm comfortable with consuming/wasting. However I still see I play so many bad moves just out of spite for a player or being hurried or things like that...really have to start working on that
Find a poker room that I can call my "home." Right now I am playing at Cake so I guess that would be considered my main room. But still feel sometimes that maybe a different room would be nice for a change of pace. I would like to play somewhere with a little more traffic so I am not always playing the same people all the time.