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by Lionel Martindale (2019-09-15)


Poker has one rule which is a lot more essential that any other: every player is to blame for all she or he does with the cards in their hand. It's never about luck, it's about them and the way they play.

You must not let others influent your gaming style. In the event you do that you'll be at their hand. They can manipulate your game and use your style to win their hands and take your chips or money. Psychology is definitely an important factor and players will attempt to use it against you, this isn't given that they are 'rude', but only since this is poker and these things go along with it, they absolutely have to.

Let's think about a possible situation. You are at home, right within the middle of your poker session, having a great hand and also a friend comes along to visit. You can make to mistakes. The one has already been made the moment you declared yourself available when in fact you were playing poker online poker and for this you should have saved your full attention and concentration.

For this reason, you are now just one mistake away from losing money, still you are sitting there, with one eye at the poker table and the other at your friend. Regardless what he came to tell you, he is a distraction right now and he will affect your game.

Let's say you continue to play and ultimately your pals starts to tell you what he thinks about your hands. Without even realizing it, you follow his inexperienced lead and start losing everything you have made that evening. Inevitably, when left with nothing you and your friend decide 'together' that poker is just not for you and also you should forget all about it.

Your second mistake occurred someplace on the way as I am sure you all noticed. Letting someone else to evaluate your hands is the greatest mistake of all. Only you are allowed to do that, because you are the only one really involved.

However this presented case is simply a minor situation. Due to the lack of attention, in an official tournament one player named Uli Gerloff lost nearly $9000 or even more. Here is in short what happened.

He had a winning hand, clearly. Still, when the last card was placed on the table, his opponent trembled with joy and acted like he is clearly the winner. Everything happened in a splash second. The next thing was that the dealer pushed the chips to the opponent and everyone, including Uli was convinced that the additional player won. And he did eventually win as a result of the lack of attention Uli manifested. Uli realized only later that his hand was the winning one, although the casino stuff as well as the experts blamed him for being lightheaded and he was never given credit for that hand.

You and only you are answerable for your hand. Nobody else will tell you if you have the winning cards, you will need to see at least that by the end of each hand. Don't let others influent you in any way and trust only yourself as well as the cards in a game of poker.