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Dan "Jungleman" Cates on Reading People and how to stay Mentally Tough

Poker pro Daniel Cates shares advice on how to stay mentally tough even when you're losing, why reading people is the biggest skill you need in poker, and the mindset he used to become great at poker. The 32-year-old millionaire poker champ got featured on the series "Top of the Game" by CNBC Make It. The series takes a deeper look into the habits, mindsets and routines that top athletes use to[...]   Read more » Dan "Jungleman" Cates on Reading People and how to stay Mentally Tough

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the game of poker is very interesting and from a mental point of view the players are very good as long as the stakes are low. When the stakes increase, there are bigger and bigger differences in mentality and some players are not very good at this

     
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to have the money that this player has we should follow his example, it is not easy to get to play in high tournaments, this player started from the bottom and everything he has achieved is thanks to his effort and hard work he has done for many years.

     
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He is just on another level then regular players!

     
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It is clear that if friend, is a great player and his level is very large, we can all reach that level if we propose, it is not easy, but not impossible, with hard work you can make dreams a tangible reality.

     
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I have never played live in a casino or poker room , I do not think I will do this , I have very small bankroll , do the advice for live poker tells on the players won't come in handy . Still , also in online poker , you can see some tells in others , by how they make so e decisions , how they use the timebank , it's not the same with love tells , but still you can use this info , also taking into consideration past behaviour , and make your own decisions , see if he is bluffing or not

For sure many bad results , one after the other , are very bad for your game and phychology , you need to know how to overcome such situations , have patience , make good decisions and follow BRM so as to minimise losses and impact in your game .

     
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maybe in future you will play at a table with Dan Cates

     
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Yep,i remember when he played long time ago and respect to him! He is still in top players Dollar Dollar

     
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We will watch him for many years more!

     
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a great player that we will see many more years in the elite of this game, I learn many things every day when I see him play in live tournaments, I like when he plays tournaments over 200k entry, someday we can also participate in these tournaments.

     
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this is their level of professional players

     
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I really like to see these poker players in the big tournaments, I like to see this kind of game they have, their metagame is impressive, they are at another level, but to achieve that you must be very perseverant.

     
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I followed him a little because i have no ambition and no patience, but sometimes you are impressed when you see what talent he has. We can't compete with him at poker or money, but we can learn something useful because this is an interest for us. Big Smile

     
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If you lose all the time , one loss after the other , then its hard to stay calm , to remain tough mentally . Especially in the high stakes its harder , a long downswing might drive you insane, lol . But I guess a break from poker might help in such times , maybe its not only bad luck , but bad poker decisions as well . A big healthy bankroll also helps .

     
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yeah,when you lose nice amount of money,you cant stay calm,no matter do you play poker or casino games!

     
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a great player, from the good players we learn a lot, and this one in particular we learn a lot when they play on the televised tables, he recently finished a 200k buy-in tournament where many well known players like limitles, linus, patrik antonius, etc. played, a great tournament.

     
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I would like to see him playing more often in tournaments with famous professional players for us and to see how each of them demonstrates their very good playing qualities. Sometimes even the professional players have boring games, but that happens, because it's part of the game...

     
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Daniel Cates a world-class player with over $11.8 million in lifetime winnings.These are known winnings but nobody counting how much he lost playing high stakes poker.Winnig or loosing he is a player,and people like a success story.Only him can tell the truth if is worth playing poker for a living

     
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the tips of the professional players are very good, but they are a priority in live poker and do not work so well in online poker. Here you are crushed by all the players when the card is terrible. Those who want to learn live poker must listen to these professional players because they will learn very well.

     
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is a great player, I always see him in the big tournaments that make the big poker rooms, has remained for many years in the top of the best players, a great example to follow, we know that with effort and discipline you can achieve your goals.

     
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Great player!

     
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