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Session Notes Part I

by Gavin Griffin |  Published: Oct 01, 2014

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In my Q&A column over on Cardplayer.com (You can send any questions you have to editor@cardplayer.com with my name in the subject line), someone recently asked me what I do when I’m running poorly. I shared some tips for calming down in the moment like taking a walk away from the table, preferably outside. I also shared that it’s important to take a look at how you’re playing to see if you’re making your seemingly bad run worse. As an aside, I think you should do this fairly often whether you’re running well, poorly, or average just to check in on your fundamentals and be sure that you’re playing optimally. I’ll be taking the next few articles to do just that as I’m in the middle of a breakeven stretch that I’d like to get out of. All of these hands are from $5-$5 no-limit hold’em with a $1,500 max ...


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