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Sunday, 20 September 2009
Top Ten Lessons That I've Learned From Poker
  1. If you break even at Texas Hold'Em over a long stretch of time, you're a winner.
  2. Playing with people you like is more fun than playing with strangers.
  3. "Knowing your limit and playing within it" is the secret to a stress free poker game.
  4. The only variable with luck is that it changes. Sometimes quicker than you think.
  5. "Going On Tilt" can destroy poker skills that took years to acquire.
  6. A "Bad Beat" like a bad experience is something that you have to put behind you in order to succeed in life or poker.
  7. In order to improve your poker skills, you have to play for a meaningful amount of real cash. With play money, there's nothing of value to be won or loss.
  8. Develop other interests that you can improve on, or you might become a poker addict.
  9. Appreciating good play and refraining from rant is important in life as well as poker.
  10. Maximize your gains with the best hands and minimize your loses by folding second or third best hands. Sometimes, you have to fold pocket aces because an opponent has a better hand then you.

In whatever game your playing in life, sports or poker, I wish you all the best except when your playing against me.


Posted by qualteam at 8:14 PM EDT
Updated: Sunday, 20 September 2009 9:38 PM EDT

Saturday, 25 September 2010 - 3:35 PM EDT

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These are great online poker tips.

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