1 2 = 3: A Poker Competitor’s Worth is Judged by Their Bottom Line

A number of poker strategies will surprise you with their ease. This is one of them. Note your outcomes, each and every single time you bet.

Cathedral of Texas Holdem Verse #3:

Thou have to write down your wins and thy squanders; for it’s the total of all a persons achievements which develop his or her bottom line.

How detailed is up to you. I tend to consider that hourly info and that type of personal information is not needed. Simply figure out how far in front you are and what amount (if any) you’ve withdrawn. Naturally, if you are beaten, note that too, no matter how much it hurts.

Don’t forget to note what style of poker you are wagering on, if that’s crucial to you. (In my experience, most players stick to what they know and don’t try something they do not know. If all you write down is up, loses and what you’ve taken out, you are way in front of most gamblers out there!)

Provide yourself achievable ambitions, such as a ‘dream’ target (new vehicle, vacation or whatever). When you withdraw, mark the dollars taken out to your dream counter. The more successful you are, the nearer that dream will get!

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