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  13-Dec-18, 00:17   #1
TILT ? 0 
Max1403 
Joined: Sep '18
Location: Brazil
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 34
Good evening, friends, I would like to address this subject about "tilt" in poker. Many here should know what it's all about. I'm not even a pro at poker so I'd like to hear from you guys what they're tilting at poker. I'm particularly upset when I lose a big pot with the best hands knowing that my opponent played your hand very bad and ends up taking me out of the tournament that makes me angry after playing several hours and take a packet playing the correct hand sad more and you?

Edited by Max1403 (13 December 2018 @ 00:20 GMT)


     
  13-Dec-18, 04:00   #2
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pajalnick 

Joined: Mar '11
Location: Russian Federation
Age: 47 (M)
Posts: 6374
About tilt, I can tell you a lot .... Because I myself come across this state from time to time ..... everything happens because they are pathologically unlucky with cards and even when it seems like you play correctly you still lose ... and then it comes Tilt .... you start playing completely wrong .... makes crazy bets ... and in the end it leads to a big loss .... the best solution when you see Tilt come is to turn off the computer and go for a walk

     
  13-Dec-18, 17:53   #3
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Max1403 
Joined: Sep '18
Location: Brazil
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 34
Posted by pajalnick:
About tilt, I can tell you a lot .... Because I myself come across this state from time to time ..... everything happens because they are pathologically unlucky with cards and even when it seems like you play correctly you still lose ... and then it comes Tilt .... you start playing completely wrong .... makes crazy bets ... and in the end it leads to a big loss .... the best solution when you see Tilt come is to turn off the computer and go for a walk

I've always come across situations that come to me that leaves me in tilt and I start playing totally wrong and I end up losing money for b******t.

     
  13-Dec-18, 18:44   #4
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dule-vu 

Joined: May '09
Location: Croatia
Age: 34 (M)
Posts: 7973
You have too many threads...

     
  13-Dec-18, 19:34   #5
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thefly131 
Joined: Jun '10
Location: Belgium
Age: 46 (M)
Posts: 1437
I play poker for many years now and I just can give you the following advice.
I am just a profitable poker player which means over a longer period (a year or so) my bankroll increases. (sometimes not that much… Blink

1. follow a strict bankrollmanagement , for me my bankroll is about 700-1000 euro and I sit mostly at cash-tables with max 10 euro. (I play 4 to 6 tables at the same time). If I get to 15 euro I leave the table and get a new one with 10 euro (this works at unibet) (= put my profit safe and avoid big losses (also no big big wins)
Tournaments and SNG mas 5 euro buy-in.
My managementlevels are stricter than most you can find but I see it as an extra safety margin and I see poker as a hobby (= enjoy playing and not to loose money)

2. When I face several bad beats in a session and I notice it affects my game, I quit and start a game of Catan (and do not play poker anymore that day)
My experience is that if you stay at the tables you end up loosing more money … so better leave the tables ( for me if I loose more than 50 euro in a session (loose my buy-in at 5 tables) it s time to stop playing)

This is the way I keep on playing for several years without ever deposited own money, I started with some ND-bonusses and some freerolls and learned it that way. In my first year I was already at +/- 500 dollars at fulltilt (started with a ND-bonus of 50 dollar) and thought I was a poker champ lol .. had some losses, did not go lower in buy-in and got punished and ended up at zero.


So my advice decide what s you want …
play recreational without loosing money (winning is an extra)

wanne get semi-pro or pro … keep in mind that you will have to spent a lot of time playing poker, lot of study, game analysing,etc




     
  14-Dec-18, 00:14   #6
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Max1403 
Joined: Sep '18
Location: Brazil
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 34
Posted by thefly131:
I play poker for many years now and I just can give you the following advice.
I am just a profitable poker player which means over a longer period (a year or so) my bankroll increases. (sometimes not that much&#65533 Blink

1. follow a strict bankrollmanagement , for me my bankroll is about 700-1000 euro and I sit mostly at cash-tables with max 10 euro. (I play 4 to 6 tables at the same time). If I get to 15 euro I leave the table and get a new one with 10 euro (this works at unibet) (= put my profit safe and avoid big losses (also no big big wins)
Tournaments and SNG mas 5 euro buy-in.
My managementlevels are stricter than most you can find but I see it as an extra safety margin and I see poker as a hobby (= enjoy playing and not to loose money)

2. When I face several bad beats in a session and I notice it affects my game, I quit and start a game of Catan (and do not play poker anymore that day)
My experience is that if you stay at the tables you end up loosing more money � so better leave the tables ( for me if I loose more than 50 euro in a session (loose my buy-in at 5 tables) it s time to stop playing)

This is the way I keep on playing for several years without ever deposited own money, I started with some ND-bonusses and some freerolls and learned it that way. In my first year I was already at +/- 500 dollars at fulltilt (started with a ND-bonus of 50 dollar) and thought I was a poker champ lol .. had some losses, did not go lower in buy-in and got punished and ended up at zero.


So my advice decide what s you want �
play recreational without loosing money (winning is an extra)

wanne get semi-pro or pro � keep in mind that you will have to spent a lot of time playing poker, lot of study, game analysing,etc





muito obrigado pelo seu conselho e experiência há anos isso vai me ajudar bastante eu jogo muitos anos mais não tenho essa paciência e nem esse controle emocional isso acaba me afetando de mais já quebrei várias vezes e sempre eu estou quebrando a cara por não respeitar a minha banca muito triste hoje estou no zero jogo muito no poker estar
thank you very much for your advice and experience for years this will help me a lot I play many years more I do not have this patience and nor that emotional control it ends up affecting me more I have already broken several times and I am always breaking the bank for not respecting mine very sad bank today I'm in the game very much in poker being

     
  16-Dec-18, 07:52   #7
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sammybeyo 

Joined: Mar '10
Location: Canada
Age: 31 (M)
Posts: 426
Well in regards to tilt it happens to everyone eventually I know it has happen to me on so much different occasions and how you deal with it makes all the difference. The best advice I can give is if your experiencing tilt it's best to walk away from the tables and take a break from playing be it for a few hours or a day and do another activity such as watch tv, a movie, listen to some music and come back to playing poker when you are mentally focused and ready. When on tilt I find from my experience you make poorer decisions and let emotions take over and that is never good with poker. Hope this helps and good luck at the tables Smile Thumbs Up Big Smile

     
  19-Dec-18, 12:40   #8
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Tony_MON7ANA 

Joined: Mar '14
Location: Japan
Age: 45 (M)
Posts: 8979
Money is just money, but money is money, yeah, f*ck it.

     
  21-Dec-18, 09:40   #9
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Tony_MON7ANA 

Joined: Mar '14
Location: Japan
Age: 45 (M)
Posts: 8979
200 Units: ~40% Risk of Ruin. That means that 4/10 card counters who play this way will be kissing their bankroll goodbye. The other 6/10 card counters will hit some positive variance and never look back. I wouldn’t recommend playing at this level of risk for long. But if you decide you can handle those odds and don’t have another option, then may the cards fall in your favor.

Source: http://www.blackjackapprenticeship.com/recommended-blac...


I had been playing with less than 200 units (only $700 or less at a $5 minimum live dealer Blackjack table), so I guess I had been really lucky until a few days ago. From this point forward, I will play with at least 2,000 betting units to sustain nasty variance.

Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (21 December 2018 @ 10:10 GMT)


     
  22-Dec-18, 16:12   #10
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Tony_MON7ANA 

Joined: Mar '14
Location: Japan
Age: 45 (M)
Posts: 8979
Posted by Tony_MON7ANA:
From this point forward, I will play with at least 2,000 betting units to sustain nasty variance.

Absolutely not at online casinos, where you don't get any free food, drinks, accommodation, transportation, etc.

Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (22 December 2018 @ 16:17 GMT)


     
  22-Dec-18, 17:01   #11
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pajalnick 

Joined: Mar '11
Location: Russian Federation
Age: 47 (M)
Posts: 6374
Today I had a real Tilt ..... I played on gray snow and I had 61 dollars .... played a cash game at the table besides me there was only one person .... my compatriot .... from my same city .... and in the end they started I won a little bit ... and I had to leave ... but I stayed and it all went very bad ... I lost and lost and lost lost ..... as a result of 60 dollars left 15 ... and I still managed to escape .... picked up something

     
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