All Mike Patrick wanted to do was head out to play some poker. A series of events leading up to the beginning of his session induced tilt before he even sat down to play a hand.
This is the (hilariously heartbreaking) story of what went down before and during that poker session, as well as the lessons other players can learn with regard to how to potentially avoid making stupid mistakes.
When things aren’t going well for you at the poker table, there are things you can try to do to get yourself out of the rut. Here’s the 2nd part of a 2-part series in which we give you some helpful tips to reverse a poker downswing.
Here are some tips I think would help anyone experiencing a lengthy downswing at the poker tables: Take a Break, Have A(nother) Hobby, Study, Study, Study!, Chalk it up to Variance, Have and Use a “Support Network” of Poker Friends.