Holding Your Own
by Andrew Brokos | Published: Sep 04, 2013
No matter how good you are at poker, you’re bound to run into someone better now and again. This can be frustrating when you were planning on a stress-free session of easy money, but it also presents a learning opportunity. This article will discuss strategies for losing the least while making the most of the experience. Avoidance You don’t make money by playing poker against people who are better than you. It’s as simple as that. If your number one goal is to make money, then you should consider changing tables. If the game is otherwise especially good, then it could easily be correct for you to stay with a tough opponent or two, but if the next table over is comparable except for the absence of any tough players, then that’s where you want to be. Don’t let your ego get in the way. If you play poker for ...
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