A Plus B Equals C: A Poker Player’s Value is Judged by His/Her Bottom Line

Some poker techniques will surprise you with their ease. This is 1 of them. Note your conclusions, each and every time you wager.

Chapel of holdem Verse #three:

Thou have to record your successes and your squanders; for it is the total of all a persons accomplishments which develop his/her bottom line.

How accurate is up to you. I tend to think that hourly info and that type of intimate information is wasted. Basically work out how far ahead you are and how much (if anything) you have withdrawn. Certainly, if you are beaten, note that too, no matter how much it it might pain you.

Don’t overlook to record what type of poker you’re competing in, if that is critical to you. (In my experience, most folks hold to what they understand and do not try something they do not know. If all you note is up, down and withdrawals, you’re light years in front of a majority of players around!)

Give yourself realistic ambitions, like a ‘dream’ target (new auto, vacation or whatever). When you take out, mark the money withdrawn to your dream tally. The more successful you are, the nearer that goal will be!

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