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The Poker Player’s Manifesto Part XXVII - The Conclusion

by Bryan Devonshire |  Published: Sep 16, 2015


Over a year and 30,000 words ago I began writing The Poker Player’s Manifesto. For the purposes of this magazine, this series is finished. In case you missed it, here is the entire series at 1/30th scale. Have a good attitude at the poker table. If you are an amateur player, then your purpose at the poker table should be to have fun. If you are a professional, remember that the people losing to you are there to have fun and you should be a facilitator of that fun. Always play within your bankroll. Playing within your bankroll means not caring about losses. If you care about that money you lost then you are playing too big. Balance Your Life With Poker. If all you do is play poker, then you will end up unhappy. Have something you enjoy that isn’t poker and do it often. Have patience, both in ...

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