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Learning No-Limit From Scratch ­- The Mind of a Good Gambler! Part I

by Roy Cooke |  Published: Feb 04, 2015


Many highly knowledgeable poker players are net losers, and many winners lead stressful, unhappy lives. But, many good, but not great players win oodles of money and have a lot of fun doing it. At times, I think one player will win all the money, but then they fade fast when personal and psychological deficiencies catch up with him. These differences are caused by the players’ gambling management skills, not in their quality of play. Much of this is fundamental, but I see many highly intelligent great players miss this concept entirely. Being a good poker player can be a great thing in your life. And learning is much easier these days; the correct game strategies are available in books and videos. Any reasonably intelligent person can learn them well enough to conquer the low and medium limits. A quality professional can live an unrestricted, challenging, and interesting lifestyle. Play ...

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