Sharing Your Game and Interpretations With Someone Else
Keep a critic eye over your game
Those who play online poker often, have at least a friend who shares their passion for this game, someone who is capable of understanding the intricacies of no limit hold’em. With plenty of delicate hands being played in each session, it is worth having someone to talk to about those pots that represented the highlight of the day. Retrospective is an essential tool in determining whether you are improving your game, stagnating or regressing and four eyes are always better than two. One of the challenges is to implement theory into practice, to make sure that you don't repeat the same mistakes. It is not very easy to keep a critic eye over your game, especially if you lack the experience so there is no shame in asking for a second opinion.
By presenting a recent hand accurately to a knowledgeable friend, you might find interesting things about your play, things that you would've otherwise ignored. Many players feel that they could have played a hand differently and achieve better results but need someone else to confirm or contradict their theory. The advantage of analyzing your former hands in the company of another poker player, is that you get an honest and unbiased opinion and improve your game without resorting to a trial and error system.
For more incredible beginners’ advices about online poker check out the rest of our articles:
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- Choosing Sit and Goes Over Major Tournaments and Poker as a Passion
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- History of No Limit Hold’em Poker and How to Play Straightforward
- How to be a Good Poker Player and How to Survive a Downswing
- How to Choose the Ideal Table and How to Beat the Odds in a Sit and Go
- Learning how to Make the Most of Your Poker Hands
- Pot Odds and Drawing Dead
- The Difference Between Being Ahead of Your Opponents and Situations When They are Ahead of You
- The Importance of Your Funds and Performance