Playing alot of online tourneys, no tables.
YouTube alot of pro highlights.
24/7 poker streams of tourneys on twitch.
Read books (my fav/ learned the most from The mathematics of piker(
On table it's hard, find a way that suits you for emotions. I keep my head down alot and have a dead face. But still chat some.
Big and Girthy Dick helps....Tiny dicks won't do
Read the book of Doyle Branson.
at the end of the day you are playing a reallllly luck based game, hf losing your money
I'm assuming you're a beginner or amateur, so a few tips:
In online poker, most important thing to learn first is how to manage your bankroll, learn the stakes and the limits you can play. After that there are several basic things to learn like position, pot odds and hand-range. Keeping simple, a gold tip is to avoid the flash plays at all costs, hero calls and bluffs just gonna break you.
Then when u got the basics it will be to great use if u learn how to use a HUD software like pokertracker or holdem manager 2. Tracking your history as well as your opponents tendencies can give u huge boost in online poker.
Practice good bankroll management
Game select (don't only play vs people who are as good as/better than you)
Don't be results oriented
Don't get tilted
Poker is extremely competitive. You will need to be on the right side of variance (get lucky) if you want to get ahead, you'll probably burn through a whole bunch of buy-ins before you get a big score. Honestly if someone asked me if I think they should be a pro poker player I would say not to unless you are a super genius or just extremely driven and disciplined. I used to grind mid-stakes tourneys and after turning a mediocre profit for 2 years I quit. Going on a big downswing is super depressing and will wreck your motivation unless you are an emotionless robot. Nowadays I just play sunday tourneys occasionally for fun.
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no money in poker, everyones solid
You must be 300+ level on ZYNGA Texas Hold'Em Poker to be good at it.