Do you want to make it big in poker? Do you have a dream of becoming a poker pro one day or at least a successful semi-professional?
This is the first question that I ask everyone who joins my free poker newsletter. And I have received thousands of replies from many of you guys telling me that yes, you do.
But here’s the problem.
Poker is not easy in 2019. And yes, even at very low stakes
Poker is the ultimate game of mental warfare. Because it doesn’t matter how good you are, you will get humbled by this game sooner or later.
In fact, I don’t care if your name is Daniel Negreau or Phil Ivey, you will get humbled again and again and again by this game.
And this is the main reason why so many people are ultimately not successful at poker. It is unbelievably difficult at times
Let’s face it, poker has changed a lot over the years. This is especially true for the online version of the game.
I can still remember the "good old days" when I could hop on 12+ NL100 tables on PokerStars and be able to literally print money at $100+ an hour almost in my sleep.
I think I and several others thought it would last forever. This was pretty naive thinking looking back now.
Knowing when to cash out in poker is almost as important as having the right bankroll. Much like you can’t out-train a bad diet, you can’t out-play a bad poker cash out strategy.
People who do not know when to cash out often end up harming their progress at the poker tables considerably. So it is vitally important that as a winning poker player you understand exactly when and why you should be
The United Kingdom’s Adam Owen is a professional poker player with a glowing reputation. Owen was already regarded as one of the UK’s top mixed game players, but after his runner-up finish in the partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Grand Final Barcelona Main Event, people may take more notice of his no-limit hold’em skills. Owen discovered poker […]
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