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Head Games: Know Thyself. Vital Questions to Ask Yourself to Go Beyond Inertia in Your Game

by Craig Tapscott |  Published: Jul 01, 2013


The Pros: Phil Hellmuth, Daniel Negreanu, Vanessa Rousso The Poker Shrink: Jared Tendler Craig Tapscott: What are your poker goals in the short term and long term? And how do you go about defining them for yourself. Phil Hellmuth: My poker goals are high. I want to win at least 24 WSOP bracelets (13 so far), and six WPT championships (no WPTs yet, but I have five Hall of Fame poker tournament watches, including the main event). Some bracelets and events are more valuable to me than others as goals: First, win the WSOP main event again; second, win the WSOP $50,000 Players Championship (second in 2011); third, win the WPT Championship event (seventh and 16th so far); fourth, win the WSOP Europe main event again (won it in 2012); fifth, win the deuce-to-seven no-limit bracelet (was second twice!); sixth, win the NBC Heads-Up Championships again (first in 2005, second ...

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