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2014 Year in Review

by Gavin Griffin |  Published: Jan 21, 2015

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In poker, it’s important to pay attention to the way you’re playing and less how your results roll in. That’s easier said than done, especially at the end of the year when you’re evaluating how your year went. It’s natural to look back at easily definable metrics like how much money you made and what your hourly is in your usual games. More important than those things is how well you think you played and how you dealt with the usual swings of a year playing poker. I feel that, most of the time this year, I brought my A-game. Unfortunately, I’m in the middle of a pretty decent downswing. I’m coming through it well enough and I feel like I played well during the bad times, although my mental game was a bit lacking and that’s something I’ll address in my next column, which will be a look ahead ...


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