Saturday, December 8, 2012

Leave the Wolf Behind




The wolf in your game is playing small suited connectors in early position. The wolf in your game is calling re-raises with trap hands. The wolf in your game is not planning your hand ahead of time. The wolf in your game is forgetting why you were in the hand in the first place. The wolf in your game is fancy play syndrome, slow playing sets, limping aces, over-calling, not calculating your outs, not reading your opponents ranges, getting married to TPTK, not adjusting, tilting, playing above your bankroll, playing when tired, not paying attention.... and so on.

The leaks in your game are like wolves nipping away at your profits. Leave the furry beasts at home, and your poker journey will be much more enjoyable.

All-in for now...
-Bug

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