Evaluating Your Play — Part II
by Steve Zolotow | Published: Jan 23, 2013
This is the second column in my series on evaluating your play. In the first column, I emphasized that this is both an important part of improving and difficult to do. It is an important part of improving, because it enables you to spot errors and correct them in the future. It also may highlight some things you do well, and give you more confidence in that aspect of your game. It is extremely difficult to evaluate your game in an unbiased fashion. We all tend to attribute our good results to good play and poor results to bad luck. There are several other problems that crop up. For example, it is easy to spot errors of commission. These are errors where you took an action that proved to be wrong. You called an opponent thinking they were bluffing, but they had a big hand, and you should have been ...
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