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|You're going to lose a lot of bets, albeit only one or two at a time, and you're |
going to have to forfeit a lot of pots because of ... YOU'RE. PLAYING. It's not the
actual amount of money you buy in for that's too small or not enough. You have to
take into ... You will be a winner in the long run against these types of players if
you can stay in the game long enough to win a few hands, win a big pot or two,
and let ...
|IfYou. Lose? If youtryplaying ahigherlevel tournament and you losetenor |
elevenevents in a row without at least finishing in the money in a few of them, ...
Bad luck isn't the only thing that has kept you out of the winner's circle; you're
justnot a seasoned enough player yet. ... If you're playing tournaments that have
bigger buyins than you're comfortable with, you're handicapping yourself right
from the getgo.
|If all your players follow these basic rules, you will have a team you can be proud |
of, no matter what its win-loss ... Collegiate coaches have to win to keep their jobs
, and if they win enough, they will usually get the chance to move to a bigger
school, make more ... Winning and losing are now associated with more than
|How to Sell Big Accounts Even if You're David in a World of Goliaths William T. |
Brooks, William P. G. Brooks ... But—and this is a biggie—if you're not organized
enough to support and service a large-scale account, you'll lose your shirt. And—
yes, there's more—if you plan to win large accounts, you'd better be thinking
about staffing up to support them, not waiting until after they're won. You need to
|you're not ready (for the hard work) to make it (or the swings), and then you |
shouldn't even look into playing as a pro. Poker should be more of a recreational
activity, but a lot of players will try to be a professional based on previous wins or
the determination they have to be ... Or they feel now their bankroll is big enough
that even if they do lose from time to time they'll still have enough money to
|It means that for every dollar you wager, even if you play perfectly, the house |
wins on average 2.8 cents. So, if you are ... In fact, if you're fortunate enough (I'm
biting my tongue, trying hard not to say “deluded enough”) to be playing the
bonus circle, you win even more. It doesn't ... My point is, the few people who do
hit it big distort the odds for the rest of us. ... If you don't win, then instead you lose
|Anytime that you have a big stack andyou'regoing against an average stack—|
and you lose—allof a sudden, they're a big stackandyou'rean average stack.
They'll chopyou ... Make a raise thatis big enough to hurt him ifhe calls, but small
enough that it won't hurt you if he calls andwins the pot. ... Butif youmakea raise of
$60,000 more,you're not going tobe able toget away from it—nowyou're going
|You can make more money at a higher stakes game, but only if you're good |
enough to beat that game. A busy ... Winning money in poker is not just about
winning pots. In fact, being an ... Never lose sight of this concept when you're
|If games aren't running fast enough for you, there are some options you can toy |
around with. As is the case with ... You can usually get away with setting it to just
1 or 2, and not lose very much of the detail in the process. You can also resize
|First, and perhaps most essential, you need to find out if you're a winning player. |
You ... Later, you may want to transfer this information to a spreadsheet to make
calculations easier, but that's not a requirement. ... How much data is enough? ...
What you're working out is your hourly rate — the average amount you win or
lose for each hour you play. Assuming you're playing limit poker, you can take a
further step by dividing your hourly rate in dollars by the big bet for the stakes you'