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Sticking To It

by Gavin Griffin |  Published: Nov 27, 2013


I’m fresh off of a losing session where I made some mistakes that I’m not very happy with and I think they happened because of a couple of typical situations that come up for lots of players. First off, I play pretty long sessions, usually 10-to-12 hours at a time. Some are shorter because of a stop-loss I instilled when I was rebuilding my bankroll that has served me well, but most fall within that 10-to-12 hour frame. I play long sessions because, like almost everyone in the LA/Orange County area, I live a decent drive from where I work. The closest casino to me is 35 miles away which, luckily, is only a 40-to-45 minute drive most of the time. Even so, 80-to-90 minutes of commute every time I go to work is enough to make me want to work longer hours on fewer days. In addition to that, ...

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