It’s tough to improve a skill if you don’t first know how to measure your success. This adage certainly applies at the poker tables, as explains Sky Matsuhashi.
Knowing how to measure your success, and having the right tools to do so is the first step towards improving your overall performance at the felt.
Cardplayer Lifestyle Senior Contributor George Epstein is as “old school” as they come (he IS over 90 years old, after all…).
When it comes to taking notes at the poker table, he finds that there’s nothing handier than a pen and paper. How to take good notes, however, is another matter, and George has some great tips to share with you in this article.
Jared Tendler, author of The Mental Game of Poker, like my review of his book. He was kind enough to agree to be interviewed for us here at Cardplayer Lifestyle. We specifically asked him for his thoughts on taking notes while playing live poker, as note taking was an oft-repeated theme of his book. Read on to see what Tendler had to say.
Just when you thought recreational poker players had no hope against the pros, who seem to be final tabling and winning every World Series of Poker event there is, Cardplayer Lifestyle is here to give you some great advice for what to do when faced with a name poker player across the table. Follow these tips and you’ll be sure to have an excellent defense against the arsenal that experienced pros bring with them to the felt.