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BLOG: Poker Tips, Bankroll Management and More (PART 28)

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Blog post published on 13 August 2014, written by Ronin`s Renegade Blog.
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Leonard E. Spencer "Ronin Harper" from Canada born in 1968

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 warn you, from time to time there will be spoiler book ideas discussed.

 

 

Section 1: Poker Tips & Concepts
This should go without saying, and yet it MUST be said...
You MUST select the right game for your skill level and financial situation. None of us should sit in on a game with higher stakes simply because we just had a session in which we was just crushing them at a lower level or we just won a game at a lower stake. I think it is better to be the best player at a lower lever then a losing player at a higher level table.

Also remember to always pay attention to the other players even after you have already folded your hand. Watch for player betting patterns, their reactions to a raise or call from others, and even watch their body language. File this information away somewhere in the back of your mind for use at later time when you need it.

Just a few things for you to think about at your leisure my friends.

Until next time

Section 2: "Ronin's Bankroll Management Challenge"
The challenge ended in failure the reasons are being looked into right now by three others besides me and I will let you know at a later date what the general consensus happens to be.
Until later.

Section 3: The daily rant.
Where to begin?
It has been a very bad week for me overall. I have been in constant pain all week.

I lost out on an incredible opportunity to purchase five 10 oz. bars of silver at a cost of just $15 per ounce.
Why is it that these kinds of deals only come around when a person is unable to take advantage of them?
I believe that the next economic crash is coming very soon. Personally think the US government will do everything to hold it off until after the 2016 election.

I have no doubt that all hell is going to break lose when the fiat US dollar crashes. No Fiat currency has ever last this long previously anywhere in history. The next depression and recession is also overdue. Historically a recessionary great depression occurs every 60 to 70 years. One only needs to look at the purchasing power of a dollar today compared to just ten years ago to see we are in the middle of a very deep economic crisis.

Taking this into account it really is a shame that I was unable to purchase those silver bars. The price was certainly right, and they would have helped me greatly during the coming economic collapse which I see is coming fast.

Well until next time, be cool.

 


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2 comments on "Poker Tips, Bankroll Management and More (PART 28)"


 doubletop77714/08/2014 10:42:03 GMT
You should always play the game and level you are comfortable with. In any walk of life you make better decisions when you do not feel under any pressure so poker is no different
 mirexxx21/09/2014 12:40:54 GMT
If a player doesn't have a job, and is playing professionally, they need either a bankroll plus other assets set aside for living expenses, or to understand that their bankroll has to pay living expenses even while losing. This sort of player, depending on life circumstances again, should have roughly twice the bankroll of a player with a job or other assets.

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