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Tough Start

Well I have been playing poker and finding that its very hard to get my concentration and focus back. Live poker has slumps that just go on forever. We are talking 3 hours with out winning a hand. And these happen all the time. That’s why its so important to be very focused and play every hand the best way possible. Playing a hand just because your bored is one of the most costly mistakes you can make. And right now is one of my most common.

My second most common mistake which goes along with the first is folding good hands when some one raises in front of me. Hands that only get you into trouble like the famous KQ suited. A great hand with out a raise but a crap hand with one.

So its back to the tables, just need to remember what I have learned. Then most importantly DO IT.


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