Nobody wants to experience tilt at the poker tables, as it could be exceptionally destructive. Here’s our list of the top 10 ways to make sure tilt doesn’t happen to you in the first place. Adhere to them and your bankroll will be better off.
With all that players do to try and improve their game, there are a couple factors they may never consider addressing, such as the amount of time they sit at the tables and the effect of variance on results.
Tadas Peckaitis addresses these topics in his latest strategy article, and while perhaps awkward, the tips offered are worthwhile considering, especially if you’re looking for improved performance at the felt.
Shannon Mack has long been on a quest to improve his poker game. The process has involved a ton of studying and learning. Part of that learning is learning how to accept and embrace variance, which is – for better or worse – a fact of poker life.
Here’s the process Shannon went through as he learned precisely how to do just that.