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It just took excruciating 6 hours to shake off tilt. It all started when I lost $2.20 sit and go 5 in a row, which had never happened before. Moving up the stakes, hoping to make up that $11.00 loss quickly was a silly idea. I almost blew my entire account balance! But I got lucky this time! Phew, what a ride!

     
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That happened to me twice, that's why I don't do it anymore.
And the problem is that we forget that the higher the stakes the higher the skill of the players.
Lost something like $150 those two times

Nowadays I move my bank to Neteller and only keep the money I'm afford to loose in the poker room.
If I waste it, I go play in other room.

     
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Posted by Tony_MON7ANA:
It just took excruciating 6 hours to shake off tilt. It all started when I lost $2.20 sit and go 5 in a row, which had never happened before. Moving up the stakes, hoping to make up that $11.00 loss quickly was a silly idea. I almost blew my entire account balance! But I got lucky this time! Phew, what a ride!

That's another part of the problem kinda. I used to do that a lot. When you're confident and winning consistantly for a while then have a bad streak instead of going down or stop playing I would try to chase back losses. And chasing back losses is usually the best way to have more losses obviously. Poker is all about patience and discipline, but being emotional can make these 2 qualities go out the window in a second.

     
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Grrrrrr! This is gotta be some kind of sick joke or something. My PartyPoker account balance was over $650 yesterday. (My initial bankroll was $150 a couple months ago.) But now for some reason the balance is utterly miserable, having dwindled to $0.05. What the hell has happened? I should never have played while high on crack! LMFAO!

Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (02 May 2017 @ 18:58 GMT)


     
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Phew, I almost had a heart attack! I thought my funds are all gone! Now I remember that I transferred the funds from PartyPoker to PartyCasino the other day, played some games, and subsequently submitted a withdrawal request to my EntroPay account.

     
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LOL. I did it again. I just blew my whole bankroll...
It was definitely the worst losing live blackjack session in my recent years. This is unbelievable. So sickening. I should have transferred money from EntroPay to my local bank account before things all went south. Although it costs roughly US$30 in withdrawal and international bank transfer fees (ridiculous!) it is better than ending up with nothing. Now I feel like a total sh*t! Tomorrow I am going to have to redeposit and recoup a loss, hopefully.

Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (29 May 2017 @ 17:40 GMT)


     
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It is a challenging task to rebuild the fallen MON7ANA empire from the rubble. It will be a long and winding journey. There will be numerous obstacles along the way. But nothing, nothing in this world can bring MON7ANA empire down. May God bless you all.

Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (31 May 2017 @ 08:12 GMT)


     
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I have been refraining from playing $10 and $25 minimum live dealer blackjack since I blew a significant portion of my gaming bankroll the other day. Instead, I have been grinding $1.10, $2.20, and $5.50 heads-up and double or nothing sit and go tournaments. So far so good.

     
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My most terrible tilt was after a long game and a pretty good result .... and then I had the idea to play in Blackjack ...... and then came the biggest disappointment ..... the win certainly happens but he Very short term ..... in this moment you need to make a stop

     
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After a tilt the best thing is to do shut down the client at once.
It can save you money.
If it is possible turning off the computer too, cause if you stay online, doesnt take long
to change your mind and go for another try.

     
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