DON’T EXPECT PEOPLE TO PLAY LIKE YOU.
Even good players have different ideas about what constitutes a good play. Don’t count on other good players doing what you would do in a certain situation. There’s more than one way to be right. In other words, the ocean is blue, but it’s also wet. Popular Poker has Private Tables. Play exclusively with your friend for play or real money.
LOOK YOUR OPPONENTS IN THE EYE.
See who they are. Really study their features. Get to know them. This act of active observation will make you fear them less. It’s axiomatic: We fear the unknown; make the unknown known and the fear goes away.
SEE THINGS AS THEY ARE.
Wishful thinking leads to bad decisions. Fearful thinking does the same. Make your decisions based on real information, not on what you hope or, alternatively, fear that your opponents hold. It’s bad enough to get bluffed by someone else; never let yourself get bluffed by you.
RESPOND TO CHANGE.
A poker game is not static. It’s a dynamic, living organism that changes from moment to moment. You have to respond to those changes. Just because seat five was bluffing an hour ago doesn’t mean he’s bluffing now. Has he lost a lot of money since then? Has he had a few bluffs busted? Be up-to-the-second in your thinking or be prepared to go home broke.
HAVE A SCENARIO.
When you’re in a hand against one or more opponents, put them on something. Make your best guess about their holding in light of their betting. It sounds obvious, I know, but so many of us get so caught up in our own hands that we don’t stop to consider, really consider, what our enemies are up to until it’s too late. If you have a scenario, you may be wrong but at least you have a chance to be right. If you don’t think about what they have, then you have no chance of being right.
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