Best Advice from Poker Experts

Best Advice from Poker Experts

The English actor, Joseph Cowell talks of poker games dating back to 1829.  This game of poker was played with a deck of twenty cards, and four players. Each player would bet on which player it was thought to have the best hand.

The WSOP (World Series of Poker) is the oldest tournament in the world. Even though the tournament as we know it today was only developed in 2004, its origins finds its way to 1970, when Bennie Binion invited the world’s seven best poker players to the Horseshoe Casino to compete in a closed poker tournament to see who the best player is.

Since the 1970’s poker has developed and produced countless of winning players, but what makes a winning player and how does one go about being a star champion poker player? Let’s look at some of the celebrity poker advice that has been made available to us through the years.

Size Up The Importance Of Poker

Poker, like everything else in life that is important, requires patience and practise. Self motivation is a huge aspect if being a successful poker player. Just like many things in life, you will not always want to play or practice your poker regime. Your friends might be out enjoying a day at the beach or hiking in the forest and you will have stay at home practising poker. It would be the same for any musical instrument. You have to decide what is important to you

Beethoven, Mozart and Strauss, these are all artists, masters of their trade that knew and understood the importance of their trade and put in the hours to make themselves the best in what they do, even it meant giving up a night out with the friends that could possibly lead to who knows what. Keeping your eye on the ball is the most important thing. The ball being her the best possible poker player that you can be.

Easier Does Not Mean More Successful

Having an easy game is to unwind with, but it wont challenge you enough to improve in your game. Winning game after game against your friends that are not professional players will not turn you into the best player. You need to challenge. You need to loose a game every now and then to be able to reflect on it and see what you would do differently in the same situations.

It is therefore important to play against other professionals every now and again. Learn from what they do and how they do it. If you cannot find other players and you cannot go to a casino, then you can always watch matches and tournaments online. See what the professionals do and learn from them.

Lastly and probably the best advice. You need to accept the fact that you will loose at some point. Many players are great while they winning, but the moment they loose, they rage and become maniacs. You need to learn how to control yourself even when you are loosing. At some point, you will win again.

Of course there is a lot of advice out there from many amazing players. But focus on these few things and then take it further. May the odds be ever in your favour.

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