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Steve tại Bàn chung kết WSOP. Hình ảnh © PokerNews Đây là “Blog cổ điển” từ ngày 11/8/2010 thảo luận về thời gian tôi huấn luyện thành viên cuối cùng của WSOP Main Event 2009, Steven Begleiter. Trở lại khi tôi ban đầu viết bài này, tôi là một nhà văn tồi tệ. Tôi quyết định làm sạch ngữ pháp và sửa lỗi chính tả. Tin hay không thì tùy, nhưng tôi đã từng (và ở một mức độ nào đó) là một nhà văn cẩu thả. Tôi có vô số vấn đề khi đọc lại bài viết của mình. Tôi liên tục đấu tranh để không bỏ qua vô số sai lầm nhỏ, nhưng rõ ràng, trong mọi hình thức viết bao gồm sách, blog, bài đăng trên twitter, email và tin nhắn văn bản. Có lẽ não tôi bị hỏng. Hãy biết rằng tôi cố gắng hết sức mình! Nhận công việc Ylon Schwartz và tôi chưa bao giờ tiết lộ rằng chúng tôi đã dành ba tháng để huấn luyện Steven Begleiter thông qua việc chuẩn bị cho anh ấy cho bàn cuối cùng của Sự kiện chính WSOP 2009. Ban đầu, tôi được giới thiệu với Steve thông qua một thành viên diễn đàn 2 + 2, Ben Lambert, người đã biết tôi từ những ngày đầu tôi còn ngồi, nơi tôi đã gặt hái được nhiều thành công. Tất nhiên, thành công trực tiếp của tôi cũng đưa tôi vào tầm ngắm. Vì tất cả các bàn cuối cùng về cơ bản là các giải đấu ngồi không với các khoản thanh toán và kích thước ngăn xếp hài hước, anh ấy nghĩ tôi sẽ là một ứng cử viên xuất sắc để biến Steve thành một cầu thủ có cú đánh tốt hơn mức trung bình để mang về nhà chiếc vòng. Điều đáng chú ý là Steve đã giành được quyền vào Main Event năm 2009 thông qua một giải đấu địa phương có tỷ lệ cược khá cao. Ben cũng tham gia giải đấu này, đó là cách anh ấy biết Steve. Ylon Schwartz. Hình ảnh © PokerNews Bây giờ tôi nên đề cập rằng Steve là một chàng trai cực kỳ thông minh. Bây giờ tôi tìm đến anh ấy như một người cố vấn. Anh ấy sở hữu một khả năng sống quan trọng mà nhiều người còn thiếu. Anh ấy nhận thức được rằng có nhiều điều anh ấy không biết và anh ấy không ngại tìm kiếm sự giúp đỡ khi anh ấy nghĩ rằng mình có thể cải thiện. Steve biết mình muốn thuê một huấn luyện viên nên đã phỏng vấn rất nhiều chuyên gia poker để tìm ra người phù hợp nhất. Anh ấy thu hẹp phạm vi tìm kiếm của mình xuống còn tôi và Ylon Schwartz, một bậc thầy cờ vua đã lọt vào vòng chung kết WSOP Main Event năm 2008. Tôi không có kinh nghiệm với Ylon nhưng ngay sau khi gặp anh ấy, rõ ràng anh ấy đã nắm rất rõ về poker. Tôi khá chắc chắn Steve sẽ chọn Ylon, chủ yếu là vì cả anh ấy và Ylon đều sống ở New York. Vào thời điểm đó, tôi sống trên khắp đất nước ở Vegas. Tôi đã thương lượng và thành công trong việc phân chia công việc giữa hai chúng tôi, mọi việc diễn ra khá tốt. Tôi đã bay đến New York ba lần, một lần cho cuộc phỏng vấn đầu tiên của chúng tôi và hai lần khác để dành những ngày cuối tuần dài để huấn luyện Steve. Trong những ngày cuối tuần này, chúng tôi đã thảo luận và chơi poker liên tục. Steve là một chàng trai siêu bận rộn với công việc bận rộn và cuộc sống gia đình viên mãn. Mặc dù vậy, anh ấy luôn dành thời gian của chúng tôi cùng nhau làm việc chăm chỉ và nhanh chóng tiếp thu mọi điều tôi đã dạy cho anh ấy. Hầu hết mọi người, đặc biệt là khi nói đến poker, đều mắc kẹt trong cách của họ. Họ từ chối tin rằng họ thực sự chơi poker dở. Steve thì ngược lại, nhận ra rằng tôi và Ylon ở một đẳng cấp khác so với anh ấy. Anh ấy đã học được rất nhiều điều từ chúng tôi vì anh ấy có một tâm hồn cởi mở và muốn học hỏi. Chuyến đi đầu tiên của chúng tôi Sau cuộc phỏng vấn ban đầu, chúng tôi quyết định Steve bay đến Vegas và lái xe cùng tôi đến Los Angeles để chơi sự kiện WPT tại Sòng bạc Xe đạp là một ý kiến ​​hay. Chúng tôi đã thảo luận về poker trong suốt quá trình đi xe. Tôi nghĩ cả hai chúng tôi đã học được rất nhiều. Tôi đã rút tiền mặt trong sự kiện này nhưng Steve đã kết thúc với vị trí thứ 9, điều này thực sự ấn tượng vì sân đấu rất khó và chúng tôi mới bắt đầu làm việc với trò chơi của anh ấy. Steve cùng với đồng nghiệp trong danh sách cuối cùng của WSOP Kevin Schaffel tại sự kiện WPT của Legends of Poker. Hình ảnh © PokerListings Anh ấy tuyên bố lời khuyên mà tôi đưa ra cho phép anh ấy tránh bị hỏng hai lần trong giải đấu trong khi trước các bài học của chúng tôi, anh ấy đã sớm phá sản ngay ngày đầu tiên. Đó là một điều tốt! Rất nhiều điều tôi đã dạy cho anh ấy là kiểm soát kích thước của pot bằng đôi tay tốt nhưng không quá tuyệt vời của anh ấy, chẳng hạn như đôi đầu với một người đá biên. Bạn sẽ cảm thấy khá khó khăn khi cược của mình có được những ván bài 3 đường xấu hơn so với cặp đầu với một người đá xấu. Điều này có nghĩa là bạn cần phải kiểm tra chúng tại một số thời điểm. Bạn sẽ thấy rằng việc kiểm tra thường khiến đối thủ của bạn đánh giá quá cao tay được làm tồi tệ hơn của anh ta hoặc cố gắng lừa bạn bằng cách nắm giữ yếu “rõ ràng” của bạn. Bằng cách kiểm tra, bạn rút ra giá trị bổ sung mà bạn thường bỏ lỡ khi đặt cược. Tôi học được từ Steve rằng hầu hết những người chơi nghiệp dư chỉ đơn giản là không chú ý đến kích thước ngăn xếp. Khái niệm rằng mỗi kích thước ngăn xếp yêu cầu một chiến lược hoàn toàn khác nhau không phải là điều họ biết. Poker yêu cầu một chiến lược rất khác khi bạn có 20 lá lớn hơn so với khi bạn có 100 lá lớn. Chúng tôi đã làm việc chăm chỉ với hai khái niệm này và tôi nghĩ anh ấy đã trở thành một người chơi poker giỏi hơn nhiều gần như chỉ sau một đêm. Steve đã rất buồn khi phải đứng ở vị trí thứ 9, nhưng đồng thời, anh cũng nhận ra đó là một thành tích tuyệt vời. Làm việc chăm chỉ tại nhà Trở về New York, chúng tôi đã chạy nhiều mô phỏng trong đó chúng tôi sẽ thiết lập các ngăn xếp theo kích thước ngăn xếp cuối cùng của bảng và cố gắng ghép từng ngăn xếp với một người chơi có phong cách chơi tương tự như phong cách chơi của những người chơi cuối cùng thực tế. Steve đã làm rất tốt trong hầu hết các buổi học này, vì vậy điều đó thật đáng khích lệ. Sau cuối tuần trọn vẹn đầu tiên ở NYC của chúng tôi, Steve quyết định chơi WSOP Europe. Anh ấy là một trong những người dẫn đầu chip sớm trong ngày đầu tiên nhưng đã gặp một vài tình huống không thể tránh khỏi và bị loại. Mặc dù việc bẻ kèo hiếm khi là điều tốt, nhưng thực tế là anh ta rõ ràng có khả năng thu thập chip có nghĩa là anh ta luôn có cơ hội giành chiến thắng. Bạn thà có số tiền lớn hơn là hòa vốn trong một giải đấu poker bởi vì để giành chiến thắng, bạn phải nhận được tất cả các chip. Treo cổ, chờ đợi những ván bài cao cấp, thường không phải là một ý kiến ​​hay, đặc biệt nếu đối thủ của bạn chơi tốt. Trước khi gặp Steve, tôi cho rằng mình sẽ phải cố gắng tập luyện để anh ấy có thể lực tốt, vì hầu hết những người chơi poker đều không có phong độ. May mắn thay, Steve đã có phong độ tuyệt vời. Không có gì tồi tệ hơn việc bạn chơi poker tốt về mặt kỹ thuật nhưng lại bị rơi vào cuối phiên do thể lực kém. Sau khi lọt vào bàn cuối cùng, anh ấy thường xuyên ở trong phòng tập thể dục và tập luyện chăm chỉ hơn tôi mong đợi. Tôi đã, và vẫn đang, vô cùng tự hào về sự chuẩn bị của anh ấy, cả trong và ngoài cảm giác. Tôi cũng đưa ra quan điểm để đảm bảo anh ấy ngủ đúng lịch trình. Nếu bạn cảm thấy mệt mỏi vào lúc nửa đêm nhưng bạn phải chơi đến 4 giờ sáng, bánh xe có thể dễ dàng rơi ra. Tôi tin rằng việc đưa Steve lên lịch ngủ phù hợp cũng giúp anh ấy thành công. Nói về chuẩn bị vậy là đủ rồi. Vào bàn cuối cùng! Giải quyết bàn cuối cùng của sự kiện chính WSOP Steve có một trong những chiếc ghế tệ nhất trong bàn, có Eric Buchman, người chơi đẳng cấp thế giới “nổi tiếng” duy nhất khác với hàng tấn chip, ở bên trái. Bên trái Steve còn có Joe Cada, người mà chúng tôi cho rằng sẽ chơi tốt trận đấu ngắn của anh ấy, vì anh ấy có rất nhiều kinh nghiệm trực tuyến. Chúng tôi cho rằng Antonie Saout, Jeff Schulman, Kevin Schaffel và Darvin Moon sẽ chơi khá chặt chẽ. Chúng tôi nghĩ rằng James Akenhead, Phil Ivey và Joe Cada sẽ tìm cách trộn lẫn một chút và cố gắng nhân đôi số stack ngắn của họ. Chúng tôi cho rằng Buchman sẽ cố gắng theo đuổi Steve, do vị trí của anh ấy, với rất nhiều cuộc gọi và đánh giá nhẹ. Bạn có thể ngạc nhiên rằng chúng tôi đã không đánh giá Ivey là một mối đe dọa, ít nhất là như các chip hiện tại. Steve có vị trí trên Ivey, điều này tự động mang lại cho Steve một lợi thế lớn. Ngoài ra, Ivey không có nhiều chip, có nghĩa là anh ta sẽ phải tăng gấp đôi một vài lần trước khi tranh chấp. Khá khó khăn, ngay cả đối với Phil Ivey, để tăng gấp đôi một vài lần. Trong tất cả các mô phỏng mà chúng tôi đã chạy, tôi (chơi trên ghế của Phil Ivey) chưa bao giờ thực sự đi quá xa khỏi mặt đất. Bắt đầu với một ngăn xếp nhỏ là một bất lợi rất lớn. Hóa ra chúng tôi nói chung đã đúng trong tất cả các giả định của mình ngoại trừ việc Saout không quá chặt và Ivey quá chặt. Đầu ngày, có vẻ như Schaffel sẽ nhân đôi cách biệt với Buchman, điều này có thể làm cho thế trận trở nên tốt hơn cho Steve vì chip đổ về bên trái và Steve có vị trí trên Schaffel, nhưng AA của anh ấy không thể đánh bại KK. Đây là cú đánh đầu tiên trong ngày của chúng tôi mà dường như ít người để ý đến. Thực sự tồi tệ khi một người chơi lỏng lẻo, hiếu chiến ở bên trái của bạn nhận được nhiều chip vì anh ta sẽ sử dụng chúng để liên tục gây áp lực lên bạn. Điều đó sẽ ổn nếu Steve có thể tạo ra một ván bài mạnh, nhưng nếu bạn đã từng chơi poker, bạn sẽ thấy rằng bạn không thể dựa vào việc tạo ra những ván bài mạnh. Một vài sai lầm nhỏ Đối với cuộc chơi của Steve ở bàn cuối cùng, tôi hoàn toàn hài lòng với tất cả các quyết định của anh ấy, ngoại trừ hai quyết định đến gần cuối ngày. Trong trận đầu tiên, anh ấy raise với 8c-7c và Saout, người chắc chắn chơi tốt nhất so với những người khác trong bàn, được chọn lại từ big blind. Saout đã theo đuổi Steve một chút, mặc dù không quá nhiều. Tôi không nhớ kích thước ngăn xếp chính xác nhưng tôi nghĩ Steve có 44.000.000 và Saout có 23.000.000. Rèm là 250.000 / 500.000. Steve tăng lên 1.500.000 và Saout tăng lên 4.500.000. Steve đã chọn để gọi, điều này khá lỏng lẻo và có thể không tốt với kích thước ngăn xếp hiệu quả tương đối ngắn của Saout. Saout check trên flop 9h-8h-3c và Steve đặt cược 5.250.000. Tôi thực sự không thích đặt cược này bởi vì nếu Saout quyết định dốc toàn lực, Steve sẽ nhận được tỷ lệ cược khá tốt khi đặt cược với một ván bài khá nhẹ. Nói chung, bạn không muốn đặt cược một số tiền làm cho quyết định của bạn trở nên khó khăn. Bạn muốn thiết lập bản thân để có những quyết định dễ dàng. Một cuộc đặt cược nhỏ hơn hoặc một tấm séc từ Steve sẽ tốt hơn nhiều. Dù sao, Saout đã cố gắng hết sức và Steve đã thực hiện điều có khả năng là một cuộc gọi “chính xác”. Saout đã có được một trận hòa thuận lợi và giành chiến thắng khi một trái tim xuất hiện ở lượt. Nó hoạt động khá tốt cho Joe Cada. Hình ảnh © PokerNews Nếu bạn đã xem thông tin về sự kiện này trước khi diễn ra bàn cuối cùng, bạn có thể biết rằng Steve thích gọi các cuộc biểu diễn lại bằng các đầu nối phù hợp. Chúng tôi đã làm việc chăm chỉ để loại bỏ điều đó khỏi trò chơi của anh ấy, đặc biệt là chống lại những người chơi giỏi, những người sẽ không ngăn cản bạn một cách mù quáng hoặc khi bạn không nhận được tỷ lệ cược ngụ ý lớn, nhưng anh ấy vẫn quyết định flop trong tình huống này. Bất chấp “lỗi” đó, anh ta vẫn nhận được tiền của mình với khoảng 50% vốn chủ sở hữu, vì vậy tôi cho rằng nó không quá tệ. Hiếm khi là một điều tồi tệ khi ở trong một vị trí lộn xộn, nơi nếu bạn thua, bạn vẫn sẽ có một điểm xếp hạng khá và nếu bạn thắng, bạn sẽ có một con chip khổng lồ. Mất bàn tay này là điều thứ hai xảy ra với Steve. Ván bài tiếp theo mà Steve thua có vẻ khá nhỏ, nhưng nó để lại hậu quả rất lớn, vì nó giúp xác định nhà vô địch. Joe Cada nâng lên 2,5 big blind trong số 20 big blind stack của anh ấy từ vị trí đầu tiên và Steve call từ small blind với As-3s. Thất bại đến với Ah-Jc-2s. Steve quyết định đặt cược vào Joe, một động thái mà tôi khinh thường. Cada quyết định gọi người dẫn đầu. Họ kiểm tra ngã rẽ và con sông, đưa cho Steve một cái chậu nhỏ. Tôi sẽ thích nhìn anh ta check-call hơn với ý định khiến Cada lừa đảo anh ta. Thay vì có một cơ hội thực tế để khiến Cada lừa dối bằng cách thể hiện sự yếu kém, Steve gần như không giành được gì. Điều tồi tệ cuối cùng xảy ra với Steve thực sự là một trận đánh tồi tệ. Steve raise lên 2,5 big blind trong tổng số 35 big blind stack của anh ấy từ vị trí giữa với QQ và Darvin Moon đẩy all-in từ một trong những blind với AQ. Steve, tất nhiên, được gọi ngay lập tức. Flop đến XXXXA và Steve bị loại. Anh đứng ở vị trí thứ 6, thu về 1.587.160 đô la. Cuộc sống vẫn tiếp tục Steve đưa ra một cuộc phỏng vấn rời khỏi. Hình ảnh © PokerNews Steve đã đặc biệt chấp nhận thua lỗ của mình và đưa ra một vài cuộc phỏng vấn xuất sắc. Tôi không biết liệu mình có giữ được bình tĩnh sau khi chạy khá tệ trong toàn bộ bảng cuối cùng hay không. Anh ấy là một người đàn ông mạnh mẽ. Steve là một niềm vui tuyệt đối khi được làm việc cùng. Tôi không nghĩ bất cứ ai khác ở bàn cuối cùng sẽ là một học sinh giỏi hơn. Mặc dù anh ấy mắc một vài sai lầm, nhưng không có lỗi nào trở nên quá tốn kém về mặt công bằng, tôi tin chắc rằng anh ấy mắc ít sai lầm hơn đáng kể so với khi không có huấn luyện viên. Nếu Steve có mong muốn đạt được nó trên đường đua poker chuyên nghiệp, tôi tin rằng anh ấy có thể. Điều đó nói lên rằng, anh ấy có một công việc và cuộc sống tuyệt vời, điều mà anh ấy không muốn rời đi, vì vậy anh ấy sẽ vẫn là một chiến binh cuối tuần đẳng cấp thế giới. Khi tôi mới nhận công việc cho huấn luyện viên Steve, tôi chỉ đơn giản là hạnh phúc khi nhận được công việc đó nhưng bây giờ tôi rất vinh dự khi có một người bạn cả đời. Hy vọng rằng ai đó quyết định lao vào cùng tôi một lần nữa vào năm tới. Tôi thích trải nghiệm. Tốt hơn hết, tôi sẽ cố gắng tự mình làm nên bàn cuối cùng. Nếu bạn thích bài viết này, hãy chia sẻ nó với bạn bè của bạn. Cảm ơn bạn đã đọc. .

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The 2014 WSOP introduced the concept of the “Monster Stack” tournament, which provides each player with a much larger starting stack than normal.
While it is a well-known fact among professionals that they have a larger edge with a larger stack compared to a smaller stack, the Monster Stack event was one of the largest of the series, attracting a whopping 7,862 players.
When I posted about my confusion on twitter, I was instantly faced with lots of people spewing blatant ignorance. Somehow over the last few years, amateurs got the idea stuck in their head that deep stacks are good for them!
In this blog post, I will explain why the Monster Stack event is bad for amateurs and what they can do to find events that give them the best chance for success.
Before I proceed, please know I am only trying to spread the truth. While it has become clear to me that countless people blindly believe incorrect concepts, if you are an amateur player who cares about money and you seek out deep stacked events consisting of a few professionals, you will quickly find your bankroll is gone.
Playing for Fun
The main reason most amateur players seem to favor deep stacked events is because they allow for “more play.” To them, this means they get to sit at the table for a longer period of time before going broke. This is, of course, correct, because they can lose more hands before becoming handcuffed by a short stack. Compared to normal $1,500 WSOP events, where you are often crippled after losing one marginally significant pot, having a larger stack in terms of big blinds will allow for longer periods of play at the table.
That isn’t a lot of chips!
I want to make it clear that sitting at the table for a long period of time should not be your goal when you enter a poker tournament, assuming you care about money. If you are only playing for entertainment, to complete a “bucket list” item, or for a story to tell your friends, this article is not for you. Those people value experience over money. There is nothing wrong with that at all. However, I try to help people who want to improve at poker, not those who blatantly do not care about knowledge and self-improvement.
In all aspects of life, you can usually find a way to trade money for experience. Most of the time for lunch, I have blended up spinach, kale, parsley, and other vegetables. Yum! However, on some days, I will go out to an overly expensive restaurant and eat fairly unhealthy (compared to raw veggies) food. When I go to a restaurant, I am voluntarily trading money, time, and health for a nice experience and pleasant tastes in my mouth. While I don’t do this too often, perhaps once per week, I enjoy it and will continue to do it.
This guy is clearly having fun.  © PokerListings
I think most amateur poker players who are playing poker for the experience view the Monster Stack event similarly to how I view going out to a fancy restaurant for lunch. There is nothing at all wrong with that. Trying to teach me about nutrition and getting a good value when it comes to dining out at lunch is futile because both of those things are not my goals in the least bit, just like some amateurs’ goals are not to win money in the long run.
I am not on the same page as those players looking for an experience at the poker table because we have vastly different goals. If I want to save money, time, and health, I eat spinach. If I want to spend money, relax, and eat cake, I go to lunch. If you want to maximize your equity, especially if it is certain to be negative (the goal, perhaps, should be to lose less), you should play shallow stacked events. If you want to play poker with the pros, sit at a poker table for a long time, and not instantly go broke, you should play deep stacked events. However, you must realize that you are sacrificing monetary equity for experience equity.
Of course, it is possible to have the best of both worlds, playing deep stacked with an edge, which is what the pros do, but you must accept that you will have to spend tons of time away from the table studying and at the table practicing to develop your skills. Most amateurs refuse to study away from the table and do not have adequate time to spend at the table. If you care about money, you must be realistic with yourself about your goals and your commitment to the game.
My problem occurs when someone tells me “I am playing the monster stack because the deep stack gives me an edge” and also “I play one poker tournament per year.” It is almost impossible for that player to be good at the game.  I am simply being honest and fighting ignorance. Sometimes the truth hurts.
Playing for Money
If you are playing with the intention of trying to not lose your buy-in, you must be perfectly fine with busting out at any point in a tournament. Some of my best days of the summer are when I bust out of within an hour because I get to take the rest of the day off. I would much rather bust one hour into a tournament than eight hours into it, assuming I am not in the money.
It is easy to make bad decisions with a huge stack. © PokerListings
Most amateur players use the extra time afforded to them by having numerous big blinds by waiting around for premium hands. The problem with this is that they often cultivate an overly tight image and fail to get action with their strong holdings. Waiting around for a nut hand is useless if you only win small pots. In order to succeed in deep stacked poker, you have to get at least a touch out of line and let your opponents know you aren’t playing with only the nuts. If they think you are capable of bluffing, you will get paid off much more often.
As an example, in the Monster Stack event, which I made a point to play due to my gigantic perceived edge, someone raised to 3 big blinds and a guy who had yet to reraise over the course of eight hours all of a sudden reraised to 12 big blinds from the button out of his 75 big blind stack. I looked down and found Q-Q. I folded it with little thought.  If my opponent was even the least bit active, I would have happily doubled him up. Instead, I lost nothing. I was not surprised at all to see him turn up A-A. For the record, in tournaments with strong players who play at least marginally aggressively, I don’t think I have ever open folded Q-Q in my life. My opponent’s play cost him around $1,000 in equity and he didn’t even realize it. He was simply happy to win the pot.
Some Math
Lots of other amateurs claimed they don’t like playing short stacked because they are forced to “flip”. While getting it all-in with around 50% equity is never ideal, you will find that if you can get all-in with around 55% equity or more you will crush the competition in the long run. Believe it or not, it is difficult to do once stacks get shallow.
I will demonstrate this concept using oversimplified, but hopefully enlightening, math. In these simulations, you are forced to go all-in every hand in a heads up match. Notice in an actual poker tournament, when you get all-in, it will frequently be against one player, which is a similar situation. You must recognize that if you are overly focused on getting your money in good, you will often be blinding off, making the math much worse for you because when you win, you will not bust your opponents. This gives them the opportunity to run their stack back up, occasionally busting you despite you initially winning almost all of their chips.
Hopefully you know that if everyone has a 50% chance of winning each all-in, in an eight-person heads-up tournament, everyone will win 12.5% of the time. However, if one guy has a 55% chance of winning his flips, meaning each of his opponents has 45% chance against him and 50% against everyone else, the player with 55% will win the tournament a 16.6% of the time, which provides a hefty 32% return on investment. This is because each of his opponents will only win 11.9% of the time.
If instead of only eight people, there were 64, the player with 55% will win 2.77% of the time, which might sound minuscule, but is huge compared to everyone else, who will only win 1.54% of the time. In that event, the player with 55% will have a 77% return on investment, which is more than most top tournament players expect to have in a tournament with many more people. Hopefully you immediately recognize that if you can consistently get your money in good, you will have a larger return on investment as the field size increases.
It is important to realize that when playing deep stacked, good players do not get all-in against an amateur without a hand that can reasonably beat good, but not amazing, postflop hands, such as A-A on 9-7-4-2. It might be hard to believe, but against someone who is a good poker player, you do not want to get all-in with most one pair hands in most situations when you have more than 150 big blinds.
To make matters worse for the amateurs, pros slowly grind up their stacks with minimal risk by stealing lots of pots that do not belong to them. This allows the pros to get all-in as a significant favorite with more chips than their opponents, killing the amateur’s chances in the long run. Notice in a 64 person flipping tournament, if a really good pro has 60% equity and everyone else is neutral, he will win 4.67% of the time with a gigantic 199% return on investment. If instead, all of the stacks are super short, perhaps the best a pro can hope for is to have around 53% equity on average, cutting his return on investment to 41%, giving the amateurs a realistic shot to win in the short run.
This is why deep stacks are devastating for amateurs, assuming they care about money. This is also why you see the same pros making deep runs in major deep stacked events on a consistent basis while they put up less than stellar results in short stacked events. The math is inexorable.
How Did the Amateurs Do in the Monster Stack Event?
If you look up all of the Monster Stack final table players on the Hendon Mob database, you will see that six of the nine players are what I would consider to be mediocre pros or complete pros in the $1,500 and smaller events. Two of the players, including the eventual winner, had almost no live results, but if you take a look at the events they were playing prior to this event, you will notice they were playing mostly high stakes European tournaments. This tells me they are almost certainly strong online players. If you are an online player who plays mostly on the internet and in Europe but you can find a way to come out to beautiful Las Vegas for the WSOP, you are probably excellent at poker. Only one of the players had relatively weak results and even then, he had some.
How did You Do in the Monster Stack Event?
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I got lots of “hate tweets” when I lost, saying that if pros have such a large edge, why didn’t I win? There is a relatively large amount of variance in any poker tournament. How any individual pro fared in the event is entirely irrelevant. You must look at how we did as a whole. Considering that most likely eight out of the nine final table players were at least mediocre pros, we likely did better than average.
That being said, I doubled my 15,000 starting stack to 30,000 without going to a showdown within the first two hours. From there, I got all-in for a giant pot with A-K as an 85% favorite in a spot where I was fairly confident my opponent had A-K, A-Q, or A-J on an A-T-8 board. He had A-Q and got a Q on the river, putting me back to 15,000. I again ground up my stack with no showdown to get to 30,000, and then I lost with A-K versus A-J all-in before the flop to bust. Within a few short hours, I got my money in as an 85% favorite for a two starting stack pot, as a 73% favorite in a four starting stack pot, and I ground up two starting stacks.
I am entirely happy with my performance. The actual outcome (I lost) is irrelevant. Remember, if you are playing poker for a living, you only care about winning equity. Money will come in the long run.
Which Events Should Amateurs Play?
So, which WSOP events should amateurs play, if they are looking for good value for their tournament dollar? They should play events that have the highest variance because those lead to the most flips. This means the typical $1,000 and $1,500 events that have shallow stacks. The Millionaire Maker event is an excellent option for such amateurs looking to play a WSOP event because the stacks are short and the prize pool is huge. If you are looking to gamble hard with at least some equity, that is the event for you. Before buying in, realize you have around a .014% chance of winning, assuming you are a break-even player.
If they play a conservative strategy, they should play events that do not punish being tight with a deep stack. Since pot limit events do not have antes, those are the ideal events for amateurs. Despite this fact, pot limit events attract some of the smallest fields of the series. This is another example of blatant ignorance at work.
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Notice that the WSOP Main Event, which is a giant $10,000 buy-in event, attracts loads of players, and proudly boasts the deepest structure of all events played around the world. This is the one event amateurs should not even consider playing. Instead, they show up in droves.
Of course, the amateurs could spend their time learning the game well before tackling fairly large buy-in events, whatever stack size they provide. That would certainly be a much wiser use of their time and money. Luckily for me, most people find studying to be boring. Poker is alive and well.
Once professionals stop being short-sighted and accept that whatever is good for the amateurs, whether they know it or not, is good for the game, they will fight hard to spread the truth. Sometimes you have to ruffle a few feathers and viciously attack ignorance along the way. I am willing to fight the fight.
Thank you for reading. If you have any comments at all, feel free to share them.

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I constantly hear immature poker players talk about how they hate poker and how they think it is intrinsically a bad game. In reality, poker is an outstanding game for numerous reasons.
I read very few weekly columns, but one I never miss is Mark Rosewater’s “Making Magic”. Although his articles are about Magic: the Gathering, a card game that is somewhat a mix between poker and chess, if you have any interest in game design, I strongly suggest you check it out as he is the premier game designer in the world.
One of his articles, “Ten Things Every Game Needs”, discussing the 10 aspects of a successful game, really hit home because, while there are aspects of poker I do not particularly enjoy, such as getting unlucky for huge amounts of money, I realize they are necessary for the game to thrive and survive in the long run.
In this blog post, I am going to go through his list and outline why I think poker is a superb game. My hope is that you see the game in a new light and appreciate it for the various nuances that make it amazing.
Before I get started, it is worth noting that Rosewater initially had 10 aspects of a successful game in his article. I will only be discussing nine of them because one of his aspects deals with selling a game to consumers. Seeing how poker is not sold in the traditional sense, I do not think it is worth discussion. Also, Rosewater mentions that in order to be successful, a game can be missing one of the 10 aspects. Interestingly enough, poker, in my mind, seems to be blatantly missing one of them although I bet quite a few people, particularly amateurs, would disagree.
I am going to briefly discuss a tic-tac-toe at the end of each section to contrast how poker, a good game, and tic-tac-toe, a bad game, differ. It is important to be able to look at all games and see why they work or why they do not. While those points will have nothing to do with poker, I think they are worth considering.
A Goal
All good games must have a goal. If the players have nothing to work towards, they will lose interest and stop playing. The goal of poker is to win money. Tournaments are a particularly engaging form of poker because you often have multiple goals, such as getting your first double up, getting in the money, making the final table, getting heads up and winning the whole thing. Poker also allows for other non-game related goals, such as socializing with your friends or getting a gambling high. Poker definitely succeeds in this category.
The goal of tic-tac-toe is to get three of your symbol in a row. This is clearly defined and concise.
A Clear Set of Rules
The basic rules to poker are easy to learn and understand. Pretty much everyone who plays even small stakes poker understands 95% of the rules. The learning of the basic, and even advanced, rules is not a terribly difficult task. If the rules to a game are too difficult, people will not want to learn to play. I believe one of the reasons Texas Hold’em is the most popular variant of poker is due to its simple rules. If you compare Hold’em to other poker variants, you will see the rules of the other games are much more complicated. While I do not think the rules of any poker game are enough to stop a hardcore gamer from playing, I can see how a novice would not want to learn Pot Limit Omaha 8 or Baducey.
Quite a few players do not know around 5% of the rules of poker, such as the “oversize chip rule” and the somewhat new “first card off the deck” rule. There are various rules in place to deal with a player who acts out of turn or slow the game down.  The Tournament Directors Association has done an excellent job in outlining these rules and implementing a progressive series of penalties for breaking the rules. They actually have a rules booklet that is 15 pages long. You can download it here.
When something happens at the table that is not covered in the rule book, which is extraordinarily infrequent, the floor man, who oversees each game, is given permission to use his judgment and make a rational ruling. While some less experienced floor men get some of these tricky decisions wrong, the best floor men in the world are almost always 100% correct and fair with their decisions. I think poker succeeds wonderfully in the “Rules” section.
The rules of tic-tac-toe take around 30 seconds to learn, allowing anyone to play with no prior experience. While having simple rules can be a good thing, the rules are so simple that the game quickly becomes stale.
For contrast, Chess and Magic: the Gathering both have fairly difficult rules to understand and master. Despite this, both games have a huge following because the price you pay by spending time learning the rules is more than paid back in the form of a lifetime of enjoyment. For example, the Magic rule book is currently a whopping 207 pages long. You can download it here.
That being said, almost no one actually “knows” all of the rules of Magic. The game is designed in a way such at most of the tricky rules are explained as the game progresses, allowing for clean, progressive accumulation of knowledge.
Interaction
Poker is filled with interaction. Since both players have the same goal in poker, winning each other’s money, both players must fight hard to make sure they have a reasonable chance to win. You must adjust your strategy to beat whatever strategy your opponent is currently or expected to be implementing. When you have the nuts, you have to figure out how to make your opponent put in his money with a lesser holding. When you have nothing, you have to either fold or figure out how to make your opponent fold a superior hand. This can be done in numerous ways, such as talking to your opponent, throwing your chips into the pot in a particular way, or simply remaining stoic, using your overall game plan and bet sizing to force your opponent to make an error. Poker clearly succeeds in this category.
There is very little interaction in tic-tac-toe. There is nothing you can say or do to influence your opponent’s decision to play fundamentally sound. You simply make your move and hope your opponent makes an error. That being said, you usually converse with your opponent, mostly due to the game being so boring, which I suppose is a minor redeeming factor.
A Catch-Up Feature
Anyone who has been brutally bad beat can attest to the fact that poker has an excellent catch-up feature build into it. A game will quickly become unplayable when weak players think they have no chance to win. The saying “a chip and a chair” has become famous because you always have some equity as long as you have some money in front of you at the poker table. I have personally watched a guy go from one ante chip with 18 players left in a WPT event to taking home the title. I have gone from having half of the chips at a final table to out in 7th place. Anything can happen in poker, which is one of the reasons people keep coming back to play.
Tic-tac-toe has no catch up feature. If you somehow find yourself behind, you will quickly lose unless your opponent makes an error.
Inertia
Inertia refers to something that drives a game towards completion. In tournaments, the constantly rising blinds ensure the game will end at a scheduled time. While everyone may start deep stacked and be able to play lots of hands after the flop, as the blinds increase, the game eventually evolves into a short stacked game dominated by preflop poker. Interestingly enough, deep stacked poker and short stacked poker require vastly different strategies.
Cash games are a bit different because they never end, assuming you are not playing fairly high stakes or at a casino that closes each night. High stakes games often break when the weak players quit. This unique dynamic often induces the good players to play way too many hands, hoping to win the weak player’s money before he quits for the day. Some players sit at the cash game tables until they are too tired to stay awake.
The best players are able to find a balance between always playing with weak players and playing while alert and focused. Sometimes the game is simply too good to pass up, forcing good players to play when they are overly tired and not playing their “A” game. This is a sacrifice they are willing to make. I think the total lack of completion is something that drives hardcore gamers to cash games because they can play as long as they want.
I think tournaments do an excellent job of bringing the game to a halt whereas cash games do a fairly poor job of it. For this reason, some poker players play exclusively cash games or exclusively tournaments. I believe this is a smart decision for the vast majority of amateurs as the games are totally different and appeal to different player types. There is no point in playing one variant of poker you don’t like as much as another, especially if you think you will have the same win (or loss) rate in both games.
Tic-tac-toe ends when someone gets three symbols in a row or there is a tie. This usually takes around one minute per game. Tic-tac-toe does a good job of ending the game quickly, although it likely ends the game too quickly.
Surprise
Believe it or not, people enjoy not knowing what is going to happen next. Why do you think poker television shows spend time displaying how the flop, turn and river run out after two players get all-in? Most people want to see who wins. You will find very few professionals actually care who wins once the money gets all-in. They simply care about who has the most equity and if both players played their hands in a fundamentally sound manner.
Poker offers a huge level of surprise to someone who thinks they lost a huge pot only to find out they won. On numerous occasions, I have witnessed someone get up from a table, thinking they lost a huge pot, cursing and screaming, only to be told they actually won the hand. Poker makes some people lose their minds.
I personally enjoy the surprise of playing a hand and getting an unexpected turn or river card when playing deep stacked. It is extremely exciting to me to have a well thought out plan for a hand that is forced to change because I did not factor something into my thought process. This forces me to rethink my plan and reminds me to think of all possible outcomes on future betting rounds, which is quite difficult to do all of the time. Poker excels in the surprise category.
The only surprising thing that can occur in tic-tac-toe is when your opponent makes a huge blunder.
Strategy
While there seems to always be a “luck vs. skill” debate raging in the government, I think everyone who has ever played poker for more than an hour realizes there is a huge amount of strategy involved. There must be a built in feature of a game that allows players to define and redefine their strategy as they become more experienced at the game.  You must be able to use your experience from the past to learn to play better in the future. Poker allows for this perfectly.
When someone first starts playing poker, they typically learn some basic strategy, such as “only put money in the pot when you have a strong hand.” Clearly, this does not require much actual strategy or thought. Later, those same players have their eyes opened to the fact that they can bluff, which leads them to think about what cards their opponent is holding. From there, they start thinking about how their hand appears to their opponent. This proceeds until the player learns a somewhat game theory optimal strategy. From there, they learn to think one level ahead of their opponents, adjusting their strategy as they see fit. The layers of strategy built into the game are limitless.
There are mounds of tools available on the internet that you can use to improve your game. There are lots of articles and books available on all subjects pertaining to poker that can help you improve. Some of the best players in the world produce training videos, exposing the plays they make that weaker players do not. If you cannot find excellent poker training material, you are not trying hard enough.
Poker is an engaging game because, at the table, you have to figure out your opponent’s strategy then adjust your strategy to beat their strategy. This means you cannot have a default strategy that will win a huge amount all of the time. The best you can do is develop some sort of game theory optimal strategy, but this will always win significantly less than if you varied your play based on your specific opponent’s tendencies. While you can spend as much time as you want to study the game away from the table, you must be able to think soundly and implement your flexible strategy at the table if you want to make money in the long run. Poker is dense. Dense games require a huge amount of strategy.
Tic-tac-toe has an easily discoverable basic strategy that requires only a few brain cells to figure out. Once you master this strategy, you will be unbeatable.
Fun
“Fun” is a difficult thing to define because different people enjoy different things. While some people enjoy wild fluctuations of the money in front of them, others have no desire to have any swings at all. Some people despise losing money. Some people love even the opportunity to win money. According to Rosewater, the real way to figure out if a game is fun is to ask the players at the end of a game if they would play again.  I have seen numerous players play marathon sessions of poker because they thoroughly enjoy it. I have seen players show up to their local casino at the same time every day to play a small, almost inconsequential, tournament. People love the act of playing poker.
Poker offers numerous avenues of enjoyment besides the act of playing poker. Some players enjoy conversing with other players at the table. Others like to get away from their “real” life and use poker to relax. Some people love to gamble and use poker as their game of choice. Others like to develop strategies and plays that allow them to push the boundaries of what is thought to be possible in the game, figuring out ways to run insane bluffs and make huge folds. While people use poker in different ways to have fun, they all keep coming back, at least until they are broke.
When you play tic-tac-toe, you frequently play for around five minutes then stop. This is because it is not a fun game.
Flavor
Flavor refers to the theme or story of a game. Candy Land, for example, is a race between players to find King Kandy. In reality, players are rolling random dice and moving through a grid of squares with no skill involved whatsoever, but kids love the game. The flavor of Candy Land is sweet!
In my opinion, poker completely lacks flavor although I think most amateurs would disagree. I do not think many people think in terms of the pocket cowboys drowning the two red Aces when their brother rides into town to save them at the river. However, in the past, poker was played in the backs of bars and pool halls. Poker games would frequently get robbed or raided by the police. Fights would break out over bad beats.
While this is not the case in today’s casinos, some players think they are doing something risky by playing poker. Other players associate poker with the Wild West, thinking they are like the old cowboys who could win or lose the farm, given the right amount of luck. I think these people associate poker with being macho. Lots of kids watch their dads go off to play poker and think that if you play poker, you must be a real man.
For those who did not know, the best poker players are overly intelligent people who spend countless hours studying the intricacies of the game, not the guys who show up in muscle shirts and try to beat people up. In my eyes, poker is a math game where you have to make adjustments based on the mistakes you think your opponents are likely to make. I do not think of back rooms, cowboys, or proving my masculinity while playing. I simply show up and do my best to make the best decisions possible. However, I realize I see the game much differently than most people because I have played it for so long. Overall, I think poker fails in this category once players become the least bit seasoned but initially, the game has gushes with flavor.
To continue hating on tic-tac-toe, it has no flavor at all.
Conclusion
As you can see, I think poker passes these nine criteria with flying colors. While cash games may have a bit of problem with inertia and I believe the game lacks flavor, the other aspects of the game more than make up for these minuscule flaws. Seeing how poker continues to grow at a staggering rate, especially in locations where the game has recently been officially and legally introduced, you can bet on it being around for a very long time.
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นั่นคือตอนที่ร่างกายของฉันเริ่มล้มเหลว ทั้งแม่และพ่อของฉันมีปัญหาที่ขา / เท้า / ข้อเท้า ฉันเกิดมาพร้อมกับปัญหาที่คล้ายกัน หมอบอกว่าฉันเป็นโรคข้ออักเสบที่เท้าขวาระยะแรก ตอนนี้เจ็บจนต้องเหยียดขาขวาเต็มที่ ฉันปวดส้นเท้าซ้ายด้วย หมอบอกว่าการวิ่งไม่ฉลาดอีกต่อไป เสียงหมัด! เพื่อไม่ให้ท้อใจปัจจุบันฉันใช้เวลาส่วนใหญ่ไปกับการฝึกเรียนรู้วิธียกน้ำหนักด้วยวิธีต่างๆ ความคิดเรื่องการใช้น้ำหนักในการออกกำลังกายเป็นที่สนใจของฉันมาตลอด ฉันได้เรียนรู้วิธีพยุงแขนงอหลังดึง ฯลฯ มาตลอดสองปีที่ผ่านมา การรู้วิธีทำงานที่ได้รับมอบหมายจากห้องพักในโรงแรมเป็นประโยชน์สำหรับผู้เล่นโป๊กเกอร์ที่เดินทาง เหนือสิ่งอื่นใดตอนนี้ฉันแข็งแกร่งขึ้นกว่าเดิม จากการวิจัยฉันได้เรียนรู้ว่าการมีมวลกล้ามเนื้อจำนวนมากจะเผาผลาญแคลอรี่ได้มากในขณะที่คุณนั่งไม่ได้ทำอะไรเลยซึ่งหมายความว่าฉันไม่ต้องทำคาร์ดิโอมากขนาดนั้นเพื่อรักษาน้ำหนัก วันนี้ฉันต้องยอมรับว่าฉันค่อนข้างหลวมเมื่อต้องควบคุมอาหารในช่วงสองสามปีที่ผ่านมา แม้ว่าฉันจะกินอาหารที่สะอาดกว่าคนส่วนใหญ่ที่ฉันรู้จัก แต่ฉันก็ทำได้ดีกว่า ตัวอย่างเช่นบางทีฉันดื่มแอลกอฮอล์มากเกินไป มันเป็นเรื่องยากสำหรับฉันเพราะฉันมีเครื่องดื่มอย่างน้อยหนึ่งอย่าง ดูเหมือนฉันจะขาดวินัยในการดื่มสองแก้ว ฉันทำงานหนักที่จะไม่ดื่มเครื่องดื่มเดียว ฉันก็มีการต่อสู้ของตัวเองเหมือนกัน! ตอนนี้ฉันทำได้ดีกว่าในอดีตมาก การปรับปรุงที่เพิ่มขึ้นทำให้เกิดการเปลี่ยนแปลงครั้งใหญ่ในระยะยาว เมื่อฉันอยู่บ้านอาหารเช้าและอาหารกลางวันของฉันประกอบด้วยผักใบเขียวจำนวนมากและอะโวคาโดประมาณครึ่งลูก บางครั้งฉันใช้เงินพิเศษกับอาหารเย็นซึ่งฉันก็ไม่คิดว่าจะแย่เกินไป เมื่อฉันเดินทางฉันกินสลัดและซุปเปอร์กรีนเป็นหลัก เมื่อฉันกินสมูทตี้สีเขียวจำนวนมากฉันรู้สึกยอดเยี่ยมมาก ฉันมีพลังงานมากขึ้นและฉันก็คิดชัดเจนขึ้น สมูทตี้สีเขียวของฉันมักประกอบด้วยน้ำผักโขมผักคะน้าถั่วงอกอัลฟัลฟ่าผักกาดหอมและผักใบเขียวอื่น ๆ ฉันยังเพิ่มแครอทพริกเบอร์รี่เขียวโกกิเมล็ดเจียและเมล็ดแฟลกซ์ในปริมาณเล็กน้อย ประโยชน์อย่างหนึ่งของสมูทตี้สีเขียวคือคุณสามารถดื่มได้อย่างรวดเร็ว คนส่วนใหญ่ใช้เวลาอย่างน้อย 30 นาทีในการทำและรับประทานอาหารในแต่ละมื้อ สมูทตี้สีเขียวใช้เวลาเตรียมประมาณ 3 นาทีและดื่ม 1 นาที การมีชั่วโมงพิเศษต่อวันเพื่อทำอะไรก็ได้ที่คุณต้องการเป็นประโยชน์มากทีเดียว ฉันยังคงดูแลอย่างสม่ำเสมอเพื่อหลีกเลี่ยงธัญพืชทั้งหมด ฉันพบว่าการกินธัญพืชทุกชนิดทำให้ท้องไส้ปั่นป่วน ไม่อยากท้องไส้ปั่นป่วน! ฉันกินพาสต้าประมาณเดือนละครั้ง ฉันกินซูชิเป็นครั้งคราวดูเหมือนอิ่มท้อง ข้าวเป็นเมล็ดพืชที่ไม่ทำให้ผมมีปัญหามากนัก ตามที่กล่าวไว้ฉันสามารถทานซีเรียลได้ประมาณ 5 มื้อต่อเดือน ปัจจุบันน้ำหนักของฉันอยู่ระหว่าง 140 ถึง 145 ปอนด์ ฉันไม่เคยให้ความสำคัญกับสถิติที่เกี่ยวข้องกับการออกกำลังกายมากเกินไปดังนั้นฉันจึงไม่สามารถบอกคุณได้ว่าเปอร์เซ็นต์ไขมันในร่างกายของฉันหรือตัวเลขอื่น ๆ สำหรับฉันแล้วดูเหมือนว่าสถิติมากมายที่ผู้คนใช้จ่ายเงินเป็นจำนวนมากนั้นไม่เกี่ยวข้องอย่างน้อยก็เพื่อจุดประสงค์ของฉันในการมีรูปร่างที่ดีงามโดยไม่ถูกหลอกหลอนเกี่ยวกับเรื่องนี้ เป้าหมายของฉันคือแข็งแกร่งขึ้นเรื่อย ๆ โดยไม่ใช้พลังงานทางจิตมากเกินไปกับหัวข้อนี้ ฉันตระหนักว่าฉันจะไม่มีวันเป็นนักกีฬาที่ยอดเยี่ยมและฉันไม่คิดว่าฉันจำเป็นต้องฝึกและมุ่งเน้นไปที่การควบคุมอาหารในฐานะบุคคล อย่างไรก็ตามฉันต้องการมีชีวิตที่ยืนยาวมีความสุขและมีสุขภาพดี แม้ว่าฉันจะไม่ใช่ผู้เชี่ยวชาญด้านโภชนาการหรือการออกกำลังกายอย่างแน่นอน แต่หากคุณมีคำถามใด ๆ ฉันจะพยายามตอบอย่างเต็มที่ ฉันอยากให้คุณดู The 4 Hour Body จริงๆ การใช้ข้อมูลในหนังสือเล่มนั้นเปลี่ยนชีวิตของฉัน ฉันหวังว่ามันจะเปลี่ยนความดีของคุณ หากคุณชอบบทความนี้โปรดแบ่งปันกับเพื่อนของคุณ! 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Trong bài đăng trên blog này, tôi sẽ liệt kê và giải thích 10 điều bạn có thể bắt đầu làm ngay hôm nay sẽ cải thiện trò chơi poker của bạn. Ngay cả khi bạn chỉ áp dụng một trong những mẹo được liệt kê dưới đây, bạn sẽ tăng tỷ lệ thắng của mình. Không bao giờ có thời điểm tốt hơn để bắt đầu cải thiện hơn hôm nay. 1. Bắt đầu sắp xếp lại với một dải phân cực. Trước khi flop, đại đa số người chơi poker nghiệp dư đều cân nhắc lại với một trong hai phạm vi. Hầu hết những người nghiệp dư chỉ đơn giản làm lại bằng tay cao cấp của họ. Đây là một chiến lược khủng khiếp bởi vì nó lật tất cả các ván bài cao cấp của họ trở mặt, cho phép đối thủ của họ call khi nhận được tỷ lệ cược ngụ ý thích hợp hoặc gấp lại khi họ không nhận được tỷ lệ cược ngụ ý thích hợp. Nếu bạn úp bài, bạn cho phép đối thủ đưa ra những quyết định hoàn hảo, khiến bạn tốn rất nhiều tiền. Một khi ai đó nhận thức được rằng việc sắp xếp lại chỉ với các tay cao cấp là một chiến lược thua cuộc, họ thường chuyển sang sắp xếp lại với một phạm vi tuyến tính, nghĩa là họ sắp xếp lại bằng cả tay cao cấp và tay mà họ cho là mạnh, chẳng hạn như AJ và 7-7. Mặc dù đây có thể là một chiến lược tuyệt vời chống lại những người chơi gọi reraise với những tay dễ bị chi phối, chẳng hạn như A-9 hoặc KT, nhưng nó không phải là một chiến lược tốt chống lại những người chơi chỉ gọi reraise với những tay cao cấp và những tay chơi tốt so với tuyến tính phạm vi, chẳng hạn như 2-2 hoặc 6s-5. Bạn sẽ thấy rất ít người chơi có tư duy chọn gọi lại bài trước khi flop với những ván bài kém so với phạm vi tuyến tính bởi vì họ nhận ra việc bị chi phối thường xuyên sẽ bất lợi như thế nào. Hầu hết thời gian, phạm vi điều chỉnh lại lý tưởng sẽ được phân cực. Điều này có nghĩa là phạm vi bao gồm các tay tốt nhất, chẳng hạn như AA, KK, QQ, JJ và AK, cũng như các tay không đủ tốt để gọi tăng điểm, chẳng hạn như Ac-9d, Kd-5d, và 9 giây-6 giây. Lưu ý rằng bằng cách kêu gọi thay vì sắp xếp lại với hầu hết các bài tốt, nhưng không đáng kinh ngạc của bạn, chẳng hạn như AJ, KQ và Ts-9, bạn có thể xem liệu mình có thất bại tốt hay không trước khi đầu tư một số tiền đáng kể. Phục hồi trước khi thất bại với một phạm vi phân cực cũng cho phép bạn chơi một phạm vi rộng hơn một cách tích cực, làm tăng đáng kể lợi nhuận từ các ván bài cao cấp của bạn. Nếu đối thủ của bạn không chắc chắn liệu bạn có mắc lỗi hay không, họ sẽ gặp khó khăn khủng khiếp khi đối đầu với bạn, buộc họ phải mắc những sai lầm đắt giá. 2. Bắt đầu tiếp tục đặt cược nhiều hơn vào các bình úp. Trong khi hầu hết những người chơi nghiệp dư biết tiếp tục đặt cược vào flop khi ván bài của họ được cải thiện, họ thường không tiếp tục đặt cược khi họ hoàn toàn bỏ lỡ flop. Khi chỉ chống lại một đối thủ, đặc biệt là trên những cú flops tốt cho phạm vi của bạn và xấu cho phạm vi của đối thủ, bạn nên tiếp tục đặt cược hầu như mọi lúc. Ví dụ, nếu bạn tăng tiền cược từ vị trí ban đầu và chỉ có lệnh gọi là big blind, nếu flop đến A-7-3, KQ-2 hoặc 8-4-2, bạn nên tiếp tục đặt cược mỗi lần. Bạn nên cân nhắc kiểm tra phía sau bao gồm 8d-7d-2 và 6c-5c-4c bởi vì trung bình, chúng sẽ tốt hơn nhiều cho phạm vi của đối thủ so với của bạn. Điều đó đang được nói, nếu bạn nâng từ tất cả các vị trí với một phạm vi rộng, như tôi đề xuất trong sách của mình, bạn có thể thoát khỏi việc tiếp tục đặt cược vào hầu hết tất cả các ván với tỷ lệ phần trăm thời gian cao bởi vì bất kỳ ván bài nào cũng có thể kết nối với ván bài của bạn. Lưu ý nếu bạn chỉ raise với một phạm vi hẹp từ một vị trí cụ thể, bạn nên tiếp tục đặt cược ít thường xuyên hơn vào một số lần flop nhất định bởi vì đôi khi rõ ràng rằng flop là khủng khiếp đối với phạm vi của bạn. 3. Bắt đầu hai nòng nhiều hơn. Trong khi nhiều người chơi đã trở nên thoải mái với việc tiếp tục đặt cược vào hầu hết các lượt flop, họ vẫn chưa nhận ra rằng họ nên bắn lại trong lượt, ngay cả khi họ không có gì. Khi đặt cược tiếp tục trở thành dòng chính hơn, những người chơi tinh ý đã bắt đầu gọi hoặc tăng chúng với phạm vi rộng hơn. Để chống lại đối thủ của bạn yêu cầu đặt cược tiếp tục của bạn với phạm vi rộng, bạn nên tiếp tục đặt cược lượt đi với phạm vi rộng, ít nhất là cho đến khi họ thực hiện các điều chỉnh bổ sung. Ngoài ra, hãy lưu ý rằng hầu như luôn đặt cược lại ở lượt đi khi bàn cờ thay đổi mạnh, chẳng hạn như khi một trận hòa rõ ràng hoàn thành hoặc khi bạn nhận thêm vốn chủ sở hữu, chẳng hạn như khi bạn quay một lượt rút tiền, giả sử bạn không mong đợi được kiểm tra. Bạn sẽ ngạc nhiên về mức độ thường xuyên một lượt đặt cược sẽ ăn cắp tiền cược. 4. Bắt đầu cảm thấy thoải mái khi postflop. Khi bạn chuyển lên tiền cược cao hơn, bạn sẽ thấy rằng hầu hết các khoản tiền lớn xảy ra do đặt cược sau khi thất bại. Vấn đề với điều này, ít nhất là đối với hầu hết những người nghiệp dư, là họ chỉ có kinh nghiệm chơi trước khi thất bại. Điều này là do hầu hết các sòng bạc địa phương có mục tiêu kết thúc các giải đấu nhanh chóng để người chơi có thể tham gia vào các trò chơi tiền mặt. Nếu bạn muốn tiến lên trong thế giới poker giải đấu, bạn phải cảm thấy thoải mái với việc không nhận hết tiền trước khi flop. Mặc dù điều này tạo ra nhiều tình huống mà bạn không chắc chắn về sức mạnh tương đối của tay mình, nhưng bạn sẽ thấy rằng, với việc thực hành, lượt và đường trở thành nơi bạn muốn đầu tư phần lớn tiền của mình. 5. Bắt đầu đặt đối thủ của bạn vào một loạt các tay. Nếu bạn không đặt đối thủ của mình vào một loạt các ván bài trong mỗi ván bài poker mà bạn chứng kiến, bạn đang chơi không đúng. 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Mặc dù sự thiếu hiểu biết này không có nhiều vấn đề nếu bạn liên tục chơi toàn bàn, nhưng trong các giải đấu, bạn buộc phải chơi tay ngắn khi phần lớn tiền đã về tay. Nếu bạn không biết cách chơi tay ngắn, bạn sẽ gặp bất lợi rất lớn. Người chơi trò chơi tiền mặt không được miễn trừ khái niệm này. Các cơ hội kiếm tiền nhiều nhất trong các trò chơi tiền mặt thường nảy sinh khi bạn có thể bắt đầu trò chơi chỉ với một vài người chơi khác hoặc vào đêm muộn khi bàn sắp phá. Điều này cho phép bạn chơi nhiều ván bài hơn bình thường với những người chơi yếu nhất trong bàn, cho phép bạn có tỷ lệ thắng lớn. Nếu bạn từ chối chơi tay ngắn, bạn sẽ bỏ lỡ những cơ hội kiếm tiền cơ bản này. Tôi cũng khuyên bạn nên học chơi các trò chơi khác ngoài việc giữ không giới hạn. Học các trò chơi khác sẽ buộc bạn thoát khỏi bất kỳ kiểu suy nghĩ mặc định nào mà bạn có thể có về chiến lược poker tiêu chuẩn. Nói như vậy, đừng dành quá nhiều thời gian cho những trò chơi khác vì phần lớn thời gian của bạn nên tập trung vào trò chơi mà bạn mong đợi sẽ sinh lời nhiều nhất về lâu dài. Đây không phải là tôi, nhưng nó đủ gần. 7. Bắt đầu lấy lại vóc dáng. Hầu hết những người chơi poker nghiệp dư nghĩ rằng poker chỉ được chơi theo cảm tính. Hầu hết những người chơi ở đầu trò chơi đều thực hiện các khía cạnh kỹ thuật của poker một cách đáng kinh ngạc. Điều ngăn cách họ là điều kiện tinh thần và thể chất của họ. Nếu một người chơi có thể chơi tốt trong 8 giờ và người khác có thể chơi tốt trong 12 giờ, thì người chơi có thể chơi tốt trong 12 giờ gần như chắc chắn sẽ giành được nhiều tiền hơn về lâu dài. Thể chất tuyệt vời sẽ cho phép bạn chơi nhiều giờ hơn mà không bị mất tập trung tinh thần hoặc kiểm soát cảm xúc. Cách rõ ràng nhất để có được vóc dáng đẹp hơn là tập thể dục thường xuyên. Nếu bạn mới bắt đầu tập luyện, đừng quá thúc ép bản thân. 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ในบล็อกโพสต์นี้ฉันจะเปิดเผยให้คุณเห็นข้อบกพร่องที่ฉันมีในเกมของฉัน ฉันจะอธิบายการกระทำที่ฉันกำลังดำเนินการแก้ไขด้วย ฉันหวังว่าคุณจะชอบรูปลักษณ์ที่ทื่อ ๆ ในใจของฉัน บอร์กาต้า! เมื่อเร็ว ๆ นี้ฉันสนุกมากกับการเล่นกิจกรรม Borgata Poker Open World Poker Tour มูลค่า 3,500 เหรียญ ต้องยอมรับว่า Borgata เก่งในการพัฒนาชุมชนโป๊กเกอร์และพัฒนาเกมของพวกเขาอย่างต่อเนื่อง พวกเขาเป็นหนึ่งในคาสิโนแห่งแรกที่ลดการซื้อในอีเวนต์สำคัญของพวกเขาลงเหลือ 3,500 ดอลลาร์ซึ่งทำให้ผู้เล่นที่อ่อนแอจากดาวเทียมสามารถเข้าร่วมกิจกรรมหลักได้ง่ายขึ้นมากทำให้งานนี้ได้รับผลตอบแทนค่อนข้างสูงสำหรับผู้เล่นโป๊กเกอร์มืออาชีพ แม้ว่าการซื้อจะลดลง (สรุปสั้น ๆ สำหรับผู้ที่ไม่รู้ผลตอบแทนที่คาดหวัง = ((ผลตอบแทนจากการลงทุน x การซื้อเข้า) – Rake)) ในทั้งสองวัน 1a และ 1b ฉันทำเงินได้มากและแย่เพียงเล็กน้อยดังนั้นฉันจึง ‘ ฉันมีความสุขกับสิ่งนั้น เชื่อหรือไม่ว่าอย่างใดฉันออกไปทั้งหมดหนึ่งชุดในสองวันและแพ้เสมอ เวลาที่มีความสุข! ฉันคิดว่างานนี้เป็นหนึ่งในทัวร์นาเมนต์ที่ดีที่สุดของฉันจนถึงตอนนี้ ฉันมีสมาธิดีและมักจะอ่านได้อย่างถูกต้อง อย่างไรก็ตามมีมือหนึ่งที่ฉันชำแหละซึ่งฉันจะพูดถึงในบทความต่อไปนี้ ฉันตั้งอกตั้งใจเชื่อในการอ่านของฉัน ในการสัมมนาทางเว็บเมื่อเร็ว ๆ นี้ที่ฉันเป็นเจ้าภาพร่วมกับฟิลเฮลมัทผู้อ่านโป๊กเกอร์ที่ดีที่สุดเขาพูดถึงวิธีที่เขาเชื่อมั่นในการอ่านของเขาอย่างสมบูรณ์ ในอดีตฉันกลัวเล็กน้อยที่จะเชื่อคำอ่านของฉันโดยเฉพาะอย่างยิ่งเมื่อพวกเขาไม่มีความหมายเชิงตรรกะ นี่คือสองมือที่ฉันอ่านยากเกินไป ครั้งแรกที่ฉันเชื่อใจพวกเขาและครั้งที่สองฉันปล่อยให้สมองส่วนวิเคราะห์ของฉันควบคุมการกระทำของฉันซึ่งนำไปสู่ผลลัพธ์ที่เลวร้าย มือเรียกบิ๊ก 1 ฉันยกไป 525 ที่ 100/200 จากอันดับที่ 2 ด้วย As-Kc ในชิป 61,000 สแต็คของฉัน ชายวัย 40 ปีอาจถูกยกขึ้นถึง 1,500 จาก 21,000 ชิปจากเก้าอี้โลแจ็ค ฉันเพิ่มเป็น 3,500 และเขาก็โทรมาทันที ปัดได้ถึง 7c-5c-4s ฉันเดิมพัน 4,000 และเขาออกไปทั้งหมดทันทีเพื่อทำเงิน 13,500 ฉันไม่คิดนานเกินไปก่อนที่จะโทร. ฉันมี Ad-Td ของเขาที่มีรูปร่างไม่ดี เขาไม่ดีขึ้นและฉันก็กัดดี คณิตสนุก! ทุกคนในโต๊ะบอกฉันว่าชื่อนี้ยอดเยี่ยมแค่ไหน แต่ในใจฉันคิดว่ามันค่อนข้างง่าย ฉันต้องชนะประมาณ 32% ของเวลาที่จะคุ้มทุนตามอัตราต่อรอง หากคู่ต่อสู้ของฉันมีมือที่แข็งแกร่งเช่น QQ หรือ 6-6 ฉันมีส่วนแบ่งระหว่าง 23% ถึง 30% ทำให้ฉันเรียกผู้แพ้ได้เล็กน้อย ถ้าเขามีชุดฉันใกล้จะตายคงเป็นหายนะ อย่างไรก็ตามผมคิดว่าเขาจะเล่นช้าเกือบตลอดเวลา หากเขามีการจับฉลากที่ไม่มีการจับคู่ฉันมีระหว่าง 45% ถึง 60% ซึ่งหมายความว่าฉันควรโทรหา ถ้าเขาสูญเสียความคิดของเขาด้วยมือที่ไม่ได้จับคู่แบบสุ่มฉันมีส่วนแบ่งระหว่าง 75% ถึง 85% แน่นอนคุณไม่สามารถหาค่าเฉลี่ยตัวเลขเหล่านี้และดูว่าคุณยืนอยู่ที่ไหน คุณต้องค้นหาว่าช่วงของเขาประกอบขึ้นจากมือแต่ละประเภทเท่าใด ตัวอย่างเช่นถ้าเขามีแค่บันไดในระยะห่างของเขาฉันก็พับได้ง่าย ถ้าเขามีสะพานและลอตเตอรีฉันต้องโทรหาอย่างไม่เต็มใจ ถ้าเขาวิ่งขวักไขว่มากฉันจะโทรหาง่ายๆ กล่าวได้ว่าเป็นการยากที่จะทราบว่าคู่ต่อสู้ของคุณสามารถใช้กลโกงที่บ้าคลั่งสำหรับชิปทั้งหมดของเขาโดยไม่มีเหตุผลที่ดีได้หรือไม่ โชคดีสำหรับฉันฉันพัฒนาการอ่านคู่ต่อสู้ได้ดีทีเดียว ก่อนอื่นเขามีความโน้มเอียงอย่างเห็นได้ชัด ดูเหมือนเขาจะเป็นนักคิดซึ่งหมายความว่าฉันคิดว่าอย่างน้อยเขาก็รู้ว่าเขาหน้าตาเป็นอย่างไรสำหรับฉัน หลังจากที่ฉันยังคงเดิมพันความล้มเหลวเขาก็ออลอินทันที สิ่งนี้ทำให้ฉันคิดว่าเขามีมือที่สูงวาดหรือไม่มีอะไร เนื่องจากฉันอยู่ในฟอร์มที่ดีโดยมีทั้งศูนย์และเสมอและเป็นเรื่องยากสำหรับเขาที่จะมีมือระดับสูงบนกระดานนี้ความรวดเร็วทั้งหมดของเขาทำให้ฉันคิดว่าอย่างน้อยมือของฉันก็อยู่ในรูปแบบขอบเขต ฉันแน่ใจว่าฉันสังเกตเห็นบางสิ่งบางอย่างโดยไม่รู้ตัวโดยที่บอกว่าฉันไม่รู้ด้วยซ้ำ คุณจะพบว่าหลังจากที่คุณเล่นโป๊กเกอร์ทุกวันเป็นเวลาประมาณห้าปีคุณก็แค่ “รู้” นี่เป็นหนึ่งในจุดที่ฉันเชื่อมั่นว่าเขากำลังโกง (เกือบ) มือใหญ่มือต่อไปนี้เป็นมือของฉันจากการแข่งขัน แม้จะเริ่มต้นวันใหม่ได้ดีได้รับ 100,000 ชิป แต่ฉันก็กลับมาพร้อมกองหลังสั้น ๆ หลังจากไปเที่ยวและแพ้ให้กับบ้านเต็ม ๆ จากนั้นก็แพ้ AK ไป 5-5 มือ 2 ในมือนี้ฉันเพิ่มขึ้นเป็น 2,200 จาก 23,000 กองที่ 500 / 1,000 + 100 ด้วย Kh-9c จากที่นั่งนักจี้ LAG อายุ 40 ปีที่นิ่มนวลสุด ๆ ถูกเรียกมาจากคนตาบอดตัวเล็กและเห็นได้ชัดว่าเด็ก ๆ เป็นมือสมัครเล่นที่เล่นสไตล์ที่ค่อนข้างแน่นและไม่โต้ตอบซึ่งเรียกว่าจากบิ๊กบลายด์ ความล้มเหลวมาถึง Ks-Qd-4c Small Blind ตรวจสอบแล้ว Big Blind คิดสองสามวินาทีก่อนที่จะตรวจสอบ ฉันมีดริฟท์ที่เขาต้องการจะเดิมพัน แต่เลือกที่จะทดสอบแทน ฉันตัดสินใจวางเดิมพัน 2,600 หวังว่าจะกวนใจ Little Blind และยกฉันขึ้นไปบนอากาศซึ่งเป็นสิ่งที่เขาทำได้อย่างแน่นอน The Little Blind พับมันอย่างรวดเร็วและ Big Blind คิดประมาณหนึ่งนาทีก่อนจะพูดว่า “Raise” และวางชิป 5,000 ชิ้น เขาบอกว่าเขาต้องใส่ 5,200 ซึ่งเขาทำได้ ฉันเลือกที่จะโทร. ทางเลี้ยวคือ (Ks-Qd-4c) -8c คู่ต่อสู้ของฉันครุ่นคิดสักครู่ก่อนที่จะถามว่าเหลืออยู่เท่าไหร่ในกองของฉัน หลังจากนั้นเขาก็ไปกันหมด ฉันโทรไปและแพ้ Kd-Qc ของเขา ฉันผิดตรงไหน? ในขณะที่การตรวจสอบใบปัดซ้ำจะช่วยประหยัดเงินได้มากที่สุด แต่ฉันคิดว่าการเดิมพันบนฟล็อปเพื่อความคุ้มค่าการป้องกันและบางทีการที่ Small Blind จะเปิดตัวเป็นสิ่งที่จำเป็น อย่างไรก็ตามเมื่อมือสมัครเล่นเฉยๆในการยกบิ๊กบลายด์เช็คฉันคิดว่าฉันน่าจะเจอมือที่ง่าย การตรวจสอบความล้มเหลวที่แปลกประหลาดของเขาบวกกับการเดินป่าที่ผิดพลาดเล็กน้อยของเขาทำให้ฉันเข้าใจได้ชัดเจนว่าเขาไม่ได้ยุ่งเลย หากคุณไม่รู้เมื่อมีคนพยายามยกมันขึ้นมาและตื่นเต้นจนคุณนึกภาพ 2,600 x 2 ไม่ออกในใจคน ๆ นั้นมักจะมีมือระดับสูง อย่างไรก็ตามฉันพยายามโน้มน้าวตัวเองว่าเขาสามารถยอมรับสิ่งนี้ได้ด้วย AQ, QJ, JT หรือบางทีและ K แน่นอนว่ากระบวนการคิดของฉันไม่ดี คู่ต่อสู้คนนี้ไม่เคยยุ่งกับที่นี่ ด้วยความล้มเหลวของฉันฉันคิดว่าต้องโทรออกจากแม่น้ำ ฉันไม่ชอบ แต่ฉันคิดว่ามันเป็นนัดเดียวที่สมเหตุสมผลเพราะฉันคาดหวังให้เขาออกไปทดสอบความล้มเหลวแบบเต็มรูปแบบซึ่งฉันคิดว่ามีมือที่แย่กว่าที่ฉันทำ เป็นเรื่องที่ควรค่าแก่การกล่าวถึงว่าเมื่อมีคนถามคุณว่าคุณเหลือเงินเท่าไหร่ก่อนที่จะทุ่มพลังงานทั้งหมดลงไปเขามักจะไปสูง K-9 แพ้ผู้เล่นระดับสูงทั้งหมด ฉันอาจจะบันทึกบิ๊กบลายด์ 13 ครั้งล่าสุดได้ ก่อนที่จะปิดบทความนี้ฉันต้องการพูดถึงว่าในเกมใด ๆ ต้องใช้ทักษะจำนวนมากเพื่อหาข้อแตกต่างที่แน่นอนระหว่างโชคร้ายและการเล่นที่ไม่ดี แม้ว่าหน้าอกของฉันจะดูเท่ที่ผู้เล่นส่วนใหญ่แตกทุกครั้ง แต่ฉันไม่เห็นว่ามันเป็นแบบนั้น ฉันเห็นหน้าอกของฉันเป็นสถานการณ์ที่หลีกเลี่ยงได้โดยสิ้นเชิง แม้ว่าการพับใบปัดจะช่วยฉันได้แค่สแต็คบิ๊กบลายด์ 18 ชิ้น แต่ฉันก็ควรพับและพยายามวิ่งต่อไป ฉันอยากจะบอกให้ชัดเจนว่าฉันไม่ได้มองกลับไปที่มือนี้และคิดว่า “เห็นได้ชัดว่าฉันเล่นผิดเพราะฉันแพ้” ฉันไม่สนใจว่าฉันจะแพ้เกมโป๊กเกอร์หรือไม่โดยไม่คำนึงถึงเงินเดิมพัน สิ่งที่ฉันสนใจคือการตัดสินใจที่ถูกต้องเพื่อให้บรรลุความยุติธรรมในระยะยาว แม้ว่าฉันจะรู้สึกว่าฉันทำได้ดีเกือบตลอดเวลา แต่ K-9 ก็ผิดพลาดอย่างชัดเจน ฉันต้องชี้จุดที่จะไม่ทำผิดซ้ำสอง ฉันเรียนรู้อะไรได้บ้างจากสิ่งนี้ ในระหว่างทัวร์นาเมนต์นี้ฉันได้รับการติดต่อที่ดีมากมายและสิ่งที่ฉันเชื่อว่ามีเพียงไม่กี่ช็อตที่ดี อย่างไรก็ตามฉันเห็นว่าโดยเฉพาะอย่างยิ่งเมื่อสแต็คเริ่มหดตัวลงฉันมักจะตัดสินใจโดยอาศัยคณิตศาสตร์ที่ฉันเรียนรู้เมื่อหลายปีก่อนในฐานะผู้เล่นในหน้าที่ออนไลน์ เมื่อคุณแทบจะไม่อ่านคู่ต่อสู้ของคุณสิ่งที่คุณต้องพึ่งพาคือคณิตศาสตร์ นั่นไม่ใช่กรณีของโป๊กเกอร์สด เมื่อคุณมีกองใหญ่ 23 แต้มคุณแทบจะไม่พยายามที่จะเพิ่มเป็นสองเท่า เนื่องจากฉันรู้ว่าคู่ต่อสู้ของฉันไม่ยุ่งฉันควรฝึกวินัยอย่างเร่งด่วน ออนไลน์ยกเว้นกรณีที่หายากที่สุดเป็นไปไม่ได้ที่จะรู้ว่าคู่ต่อสู้ของคุณไม่ก่อกวน ความเป็นอยู่มันควรจะใส เนื่องจากฉันได้ทำงานอย่างหนักเพื่อพัฒนาความสามารถในการอ่านที่ค่อนข้างแข็งแกร่งดูเหมือนว่ามักจะแม่นยำกว่าไม่ฉันควรพึ่งพาพวกเขามากกว่านี้ ในอนาคตฉันจะทำงานให้หนักขึ้นในการพับขนาดใหญ่ ปัญหาเกี่ยวกับการพับที่ดีคือคุณมักจะต้องพับให้ถูกต้องเป็นเวลาส่วนใหญ่ในขณะที่คำสั่งซื้อของคุณแทบจะไม่จำเป็นต้องแน่นอนเพื่อทำกำไรเนื่องจากอัตราต่อรองของกลุ่ม ปัญหานี้ทำให้ฉันมักถูกเรียกว่ากว้างเกินไปโดยเฉพาะอย่างยิ่งสำหรับผู้เล่นที่ก้าวร้าวพอสมควร ที่นี่คุณมี! ฉันต้องศรัทธาในการอ่านมากขึ้นโดยเฉพาะอย่างยิ่งเมื่อเขียนอย่างเร่งด่วน ตอนนี้ฉันได้แสดงให้ทุกคนเห็นแล้วฉันหวังว่าฉันจะไม่พับมันอีก! หากคุณชอบการวิเคราะห์ด้วยมือแบบนี้และต้องการทราบข้อมูลเพิ่มเติมฉันขอแนะนำหนังสือเรื่อง Main Facts with Jonathan Little ขอบคุณสำหรับการอ่าน. ขอให้โชคดีในเกมของคุณ .

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Kartik Tyagi มีศักยภาพที่จะเป็นนักแข่งชาวอินเดียคนต่อไปตามที่ Ian Bishop กล่าว Travel Rake 10 min read

In this blog post I will detail one of the most costly leaks that aspiring poker pros fail to comprehend or even acknowledge. I will also outline ways for you to plug this leak so it doesn’t destroy your bankroll. It should be noted that this post is for people who care about money. If you are super rich or simply do not care about money, ignore this post
I frequently get emails from my students detailing their poker trips. One of the most common mistakes they make pertains to how much time and money they spend to actually play a tournament series. It is not uncommon for someone to go on a poker trip for a weekend to play a $240, $340, and $550 tournament. The rake in these events is $40, $40, and $50, meaning they think they are paying $130 in rake. This could not be further from the truth.
Travel Rake
While you must pay the casino $130 when you buy into the tournaments, you must realize that you have to spend WAY more money than that to actually play the events, especially if you have to travel to play it. Travel rake, which I define as how much you have to spend to play a tournament, comes in many forms, including travel costs, hotel bills, food, and parking. You must account for ALL of your expenses beyond what you would normally incur while sitting at home when figuring out if a poker trip will be profitable.
For example, it is not uncommon for hotels to give a discounted poker rate of $100 per night, which feels like a decent deal. However, if you were initially looking at spending $1,130 for a poker trip in order to have $1,000 in action ($240 + $340 + $550, from above), you now have to spend an additional $200 for a room. You also have to pay for food that is slightly more expensive than normal, perhaps to the tune of $5 per meal. If you will have 9 meals, that is an extra $45. You also have to pay for either gas plus wear and tear on your vehicle or an airplane flight to get to the casino. While this cost varies significantly, let’s assume it is $100, which is on the low side. This means you now have to spend $1,475 to get $1,000 in action.
Realistically, if you are a WORLD-CLASS player, you should expect to win at roughly 100% ROI, meaning for every $1 you invest, you should win $1. So, if you are investing $1,000, you should win $1,000 profit in the long run. It is worth noting that the long run takes a long time to even out. Expect huge swings in your bankroll along the way. You will certainly not win anywhere near a set amount on each and every trip. You will usually lose most of your tournaments and occasionally win one. Do not fool yourself into thinking you will win on all, or even most, of your poker trips.
Notice that you do not win on your entire $1,475. The extra $475 simply vanishes. So on average, you should expect to go for this poker trip and win $525 over the course of three days. While this is reasonably acceptable to most people, effectively giving away 48 hours (3 days – 8 hours of sleep per day) at the rate of $10.90 per hour, it is certainly not a great deal.
You should notice that in the above example, I made a few assumptions that make this situation favorable for the player. In reality, most players are not world-class. Most “good” players win at roughly 25% ROI, meaning they will win $250 on the trip, resulting in a $225 loss for the trip. Most of the time travel costs are WAY more than $100. A high percentage of poker players gamble at casino games while traveling, also costing them some amount of equity. Others go out and party or drink at night, reducing their expectation at the poker table. It is quite easy to butcher your profits while traveling.
Some players realize that short poker trips are a bad idea and make a point to take longer ones. Assume that instead of a weekend trip, they go on 14 day trips. They fly to a tournament series and play an event somewhere between $500 and $1,500 each day. Let’s average it out to $1,000 per day. So, as a realistic example, they get to invest $14,000, which comes out to $1,000 per day plus $100 rake. They also have to pay $500 for a flight plus $100 per night for their hotel room and perhaps $100 extra for food. Their total “bill” comes out to $14,000 + $1,400 + $500 + $1,400 + $100 = $17,400. This means they must win at a win rate of at least 17,400/14,000 = 124%, or 24% ROI to break even. Obviously the goal is to win, not break even.  If the player is really good, winning at 50% ROI, he will win $3,600, which sounds pretty decent. However, once you realize the player had to devote two weeks of his life to win that amount while experiencing huge swings to his bankroll, it doesn’t sound like such a good deal.
High Stakes
In the high stakes poker world, the travel rake, which is often more costly in terms of dollars, is less significant compared to the total amount of money invested. For example, I recently went to Barcelona where I could invest roughly $50,000 in 10 days. I estimate the total travel rake was roughly $8,000. This means I had to win at 16% ROI (58,000/50,000) to break even, which I certainly think is possible for me.
More recently, I made the MISTAKE of going to the WSOP APAC in Melbourne, Australia. While I love the city and the venue, it is simply not worth it in terms of time and travel rake. I was going to play around $25,000 worth of events and had to spend $10,000 in travel rake. The math of 35/25 simply doesn’t work out because I have to win at 40% ROI to break even, which is tough in high stakes tournaments. I also had to invest 60 hours on an airplane. No thanks!
Variance
It is important to note that as your ROI diminishes, the amount of variance you will experience will go through the roof. If you consistently play with a 65% ROI, you will usually be on a fairly consistent upswing, but if you are playing with a 15% ROI, you will have gigantic swings, especially in the downward direction. Maximizing your ROI will help keep you sane because you will rarely go on devastatingly long downswings. I actually make a point to skip tournaments where I don’t expect to have a large ROI. I don’t play poker to gamble.
Time
It is important to realize that travel rake occurs EVERY time you play poker. Even if you roll out of bed and play online, where the travel rake is minimal, you must realize that you are spending some amount of time to play. Those hours could easily be spent doing other things that make you money immediately, improve your future earning potential, or improve your happiness. If you fail to value your time, you are making a serious mistake because time is the only resource you cannot get more of.
Experience
It is worth noting that most people enjoy traveling to play poker. They derive happiness from it. If you told most amateur poker players that they could play poker for two weeks with relatively little risk and no potential of winning money in the long run, they would be thrilled. Most players love traveling to exotic locations and experiencing new cultures. There is certainly value to all of these things.
When you travel, I strongly suggest you spend time away from the casino. While this means you will play slightly less poker, you will learn about the world and hopefully enjoy your time a bit more compared to sitting at a poker table. I made the mistake of not experiencing the world, despite traveling all over it, during my first few years as a poker player. All I did was play poker. I now realize how stupid I was. I wasted time I can never get back.
I got to travel around Australia!
You can realistically add some amount of equity onto your ROI to account for the happiness and increased knowledge of the world you get from traveling. On the other hand, you can also subtract some equity from your ROI when traveling to places you don’t like. There are a few poker venues I will almost certainly never visit again because traveling to them is difficult and the venues are not nice. Even if they ran a super-soft high stakes tournament, I would likely not attend. I value my happiness quite highly.
As for my Australia trip where I did not expect to gain much poker equity, I actually made a vacation out of it, greatly improving the perceived ROI of the trip. I realized that going to Australia (at least for an American) is not something I will get to do too often. I spent two weeks after the tournament traveling around the country with my fiancée and one of her friends. It was an amazing time that I am glad I got to experience. That being said, I do not expect to go back to Australia anytime soon. It is simply too “expensive” in terms of travel rake.
Keeping Travel Rake Low
When possible, simply do not travel to play poker. If you have your choice between a $340 local tournament or a $1,100 tournament you have to travel to, play the $300 local event. For some simple math, if you win at 50% in both events but the $1,100 event requires $100 in travel, $115 for hotel/food, plus six extra hours of your life, you will win $150 from the $340 tournament (minus some minimal amount for travel) and you will win $285 from the $1,100 event. Notice that six hours of your life is likely not worth $135, which is the difference in the profitability of the two trips.
You should make a point to share hotel rooms with your trustworthy friends. I spend around 90% of my poker travel time rooming with at least one other person. Not only does this drastically reduce your hotel bill, but it also gives you someone to talk to about poker. If you constantly discuss poker and question your strategies, you will improve, increasing your win rate. You may also be able to share a car ride with your friend, saving gas money.
Different than a hotel
I have recently started staying in private apartments instead of hotels, especially when traveling to expensive venues. For example, in Barcelona, I booked a place for the 10 days through airbnb.com at the cost of $100 per day. This was a huge discount compared to the hotel rooms at the tournament venue, which were $300 per night. It is also nice to get away from the poker area and enjoy the city on a daily basis. Just be sure to be safe!
This should be obvious, but you should not stay in gigantic suites or fly in first class. I have known many poker players who have gone stone broke because they thought they had to indulge in these luxuries. While splurging on these experiences is nice from time to time, if they become the norm for you, expect to watch your bankroll slowly diminish.
Make a point to sign up for frequent flier programs and hotel rewards programs. While these things will not bring in huge amounts of money, every little bit helps.
I have started traveling with some food, mainly because I am working hard to be healthy, but also to keep my expenses down. I usually have some form of a green smoothie for breakfast and lunch each day. Given the smoothie only costs around $5, I save at least $5 every time I have it instead of buying breakfast or lunch somewhere.
My water stash
When possible, get comps from the tournament director or casino host. Lots of casinos offer various discounts for poker players, such as cheaper hotel rooms and food vouchers. In Australia, I realized that the bottled water in the hotel room cost $5 each. I found a refrigerator in the tournament area that had free water. I stocked up each day and ended up with lots of water to drink in my hotel room. You will find that most hotel spas stock free fruit and nuts you can have as well.  In Barcelona, the EPT registration booth had coupons to get a gigantic spread of food at nice local restaurants for $13. It was an absolute steal.
I strongly suggest that you avoid all vices while on your poker trips. If you are out clubbing all night, you will be hung over and tired the next morning. If you spend your time, energy, and money gambling in the pit, you will certainly be a loser in the long run. If instead, you spend your time sleeping well, meditating, eating right, and working out, things are much more likely to go your way.
Assuming you are good at other forms of poker, such as satellites and cash games, you can spend your free time playing those. Even if you win only $100 per day, that will become significant in the long run. I typically play a decent amount of cash games (as long as the rake is low!) and also a few satellites. For example, during my trip to Australia, I spent around 15 hours playing satellites and cash games, winning $7,000. In Barcelona (where I won $6,000 on the side), I only played satellites because the cash game rake was gigantic.
If You Must Travel
I recognize that lots of people simply must travel in order to play poker because there is no casino in their town. Assuming you must play poker (no one ever said you MUST play), plan your trips intelligently and do the math ahead of time to see if you can realistically turn a winner. If it is simply not possible, there is nothing wrong with traveling to play with the understanding that you are going to lose in order to learn and to have a good time. You can also play online for tiny amounts of money to get experience. If you know that you are not going to win money from a poker trip, ask yourself why you want to go play it in the first place. The way you answer that question will determine your course of action.
Conclusion
While traveling the world (or region) playing poker can be fun, exciting, and rewarding, it can also be the unseen leak that slowly depletes your bankroll. Once you become mindful of your spending, you will discover numerous ways you can save money, allowing you to continuously grow your bankroll.
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ฉันถูกถามหลายครั้งว่า “คุณฟังพอดแคสต์อะไร” สำหรับคนที่ไม่รู้จักฉันใช้เวลาไปกับการฟังพอดแคสต์หลายตัน ในขณะที่คนส่วนใหญ่ใช้เวลาในการฟังเพลง แต่ฉันก็พยายามเรียนรู้สิ่งต่างๆเพื่อสิ่งที่ดีกว่าในชีวิต ฉันมักจะฟังพอดแคสต์ขณะเดินทางออกกำลังกายและที่โต๊ะโป๊กเกอร์เป็นครั้งคราวแม้ว่านั่นจะเป็นเรื่องที่ท้อใจเพราะแทบจะไม่สามารถโฟกัสกับเกมได้ สำหรับผู้ที่ไม่ได้ฝึกหัดพอดคาสต์คือไฟล์เสียงดิจิทัลที่มีอยู่บนอินเทอร์เน็ตสำหรับดาวน์โหลดไปยังคอมพิวเตอร์หรือเครื่องเล่นสื่อแบบพกพา (เช่นสมาร์ทโฟน) โดยปกติพอดคาสต์จะมีให้บริการเป็นชุด โดยปกติแล้วสมาชิกจะได้รับงวดใหม่โดยอัตโนมัติบนอุปกรณ์ของพวกเขา ตัวอย่างเช่นคุณสามารถฟัง (และดู) พอดคาสต์ของฉัน Weekly Poker Hand บนไซต์นี้ แต่คุณสามารถดาวน์โหลดโดยอัตโนมัติผ่าน iTunes ไปยังโทรศัพท์ของคุณได้โดยตรง พ็อดคาสท์ครอบคลุมหัวข้อต่างๆมากมาย มีพอดแคสต์อย่างน้อยหนึ่งรายการสำหรับทุกสิ่งที่คุณสามารถจินตนาการได้ โดยส่วนตัวฉันฟังพอดคาสต์ผ่านแอพ Podcasts บน iPhone ของฉัน ฉันเพิ่งสมัครพอดแคสต์ที่ฉันต้องการฟังใน iTunes store และพวกเขาจะดาวน์โหลดลงในโทรศัพท์ของฉันโดยอัตโนมัติเมื่อใดก็ตามที่ฉันเชื่อมต่อกับ wifi เมื่อฉันฟังตอนพอดแคสต์จบฉันจะลบมันออกจากโทรศัพท์ มันง่ายมาก! ฉันมักจะฟังพอดแคสต์ในอัตรา 1.5 เท่าหรือสองเท่าของอัตราปกตินี่คือการตั้งค่าที่คุณสามารถเปิดใช้งานได้ในรายการพอดแคสต์ส่วนใหญ่ วิธีนี้จะช่วยให้คุณอ่านเนื้อหาได้อย่างรวดเร็ว จำไว้ว่าเวลาเป็นทรัพยากรเดียวที่คุณไม่สามารถใช้ประโยชน์ได้มากขึ้น! ฉันมักจะมีสมุดบันทึกในโทรศัพท์ของฉันซึ่งฉันจะเขียนสิ่งที่ฉันได้ยินว่าฉันอาจต้องการนำไปใช้ในชีวิตของฉัน เมื่อฉันมีเวลาว่างฉันจะดูรายการที่เพิ่มมากขึ้นและเริ่มเพิ่มแนวคิดให้กับชีวิตของฉัน บางคนยึดติดและบางคนก็ไม่ทำ แต่อย่างใดฉันก็เติบโตและเรียนรู้ต่อไป คุณจะสังเกตเห็นว่าฉันฟังพอดแคสต์ในหัวข้อต่างๆมากมาย สิ่งเหล่านี้อาจน่าสนใจสำหรับคุณและคนอื่น ๆ อาจไม่เป็นเช่นนั้น ฉันหวังว่ารายการนี้จะเป็นประโยชน์สำหรับคุณ หากคุณพบว่าสิ่งเหล่านี้เป็นประโยชน์สำหรับคุณโปรดแจ้งให้เราทราบ! พอดคาสต์โป๊กเกอร์คุณอาจประหลาดใจที่พบว่าฉันไม่ได้ฟังพอดคาสต์โป๊กเกอร์มากนัก บอกตามตรงว่าส่วนใหญ่แย่นะ ฉันได้ลองฟังเกือบทั้งหมดโดยไม่มีโชค พวกเขาส่วนใหญ่พูดถึงข่าวโป๊กเกอร์ / ซุบซิบซึ่งฉันไม่ได้สนใจเป็นพิเศษหรือมีคนคุยเรื่องกลยุทธ์โป๊กเกอร์ซึ่งไม่เก่งในโป๊กเกอร์ ดังที่กล่าวมามีพอดแคสต์ที่ยอดเยี่ยมสองสามรายการที่ฉันฟังเป็นประจำ Mindset Advantage Podcast ผู้เขียนร่วมของ My Positive Poker Dr Tricia Cardner และโค้ชความคิดของฉัน Elliot Roe ได้ร่วมมือกันเพื่อนำเสนอพอดคาสต์ประจำสัปดาห์ที่ยอดเยี่ยมนี้ พวกเขาสัมภาษณ์ผู้เล่นโป๊กเกอร์และนักกีฬาระดับโลกช่วยให้คุณเห็นว่าพวกเขาอยู่ในอันดับต้น ๆ ของเกมได้อย่างไร นี่คือพอดคาสต์โป๊กเกอร์ที่ฉันชอบ ฉันรู้สึกเป็นเกียรติมากที่ได้เป็นหนึ่งในแขกคนแรกของพวกเขา สำหรับข้อมูลเพิ่มเติมจาก Tricia และ Elliot โปรดตรวจสอบส่วนต่างๆในหนังสือของฉัน Excellent to Hold Unlimited The Mental Game of Poker Radio Show Jared Tendler ผู้เขียน The Mental Game of Poker สัมภาษณ์ผู้คนในโลกโป๊กเกอร์และพูดคุยเกี่ยวกับหัวข้อที่ไม่เกี่ยวข้องกับการเล่นโป๊กเกอร์จริง ฉันชอบเนื้อหาประเภทนี้เพราะมันแสดงให้คุณเห็นว่าแท้จริงแล้วผู้เล่นโป๊กเกอร์เหล่านี้เป็นใคร เมื่อคุณพบใครบางคนที่โต๊ะโป๊กเกอร์เว้นแต่พวกเขาจะส่งเสียงดังเกินไปคุณมักจะไม่รู้จักพวกเขามากนัก เป็นเรื่องง่ายที่จะคิดว่าคนที่เงียบอยู่ที่โต๊ะคือเครื่องจักรหรือเปล หลังจากการสัมภาษณ์กับจาเร็ดคุณจะรู้ว่าพวกเขาส่วนใหญ่เป็นคนใจดีและมีความรัก สำหรับข้อมูลเพิ่มเติมจาก Jared โปรดอ่านส่วนของพวกเขาในหนังสือของฉัน Excellent at Keeping Unlimited โป๊กเกอร์รายสัปดาห์กับ Jonathan Little ใช่ฉันฟังพอดคาสต์ของตัวเอง ฉันต้องแน่ใจว่าฉันไม่ได้พูดอะไรโง่ ๆ ! ในพอดแคสต์รายสัปดาห์นี้ฉันจะทบทวนเกมที่ฉันเล่นล่าสุด ฉันพยายามอย่างเต็มที่ที่จะเลือกมือที่สนุกสนาน แต่ให้ความรู้ อย่าคาดหวังเรื่องจังหวะแย่ ๆ หากคุณชอบพอดคาสต์ของฉันหรือหากคุณมีแนวคิดเกี่ยวกับรูปแบบอื่น ๆ ที่คุณต้องการให้ฉันลองโปรดแจ้งให้เราทราบ ฉันยินดีที่จะลองทำทุกอย่าง! หากคุณยังไม่ได้ตรวจสอบ Hand Poker ทุกสัปดาห์โปรดตรวจสอบและให้ข้อเสนอแนะที่ตรงไปตรงมา คุณสามารถดูเวอร์ชันวิดีโอได้ทุกสัปดาห์บนเว็บไซต์นี้ JonathanLittlePoker.com ธุรกิจฉันมีปัญหาในการจัดหมวดหมู่พอดคาสต์ต่อไปนี้เนื่องจากในความคิดของฉันมันเกี่ยวข้องกับธุรกิจเพียงบางส่วน สำหรับฉันแล้วพวกเขาเกี่ยวข้องกับชีวิต ฉันเรียนรู้สิ่งที่ฉันรู้มากมายจากพอดแคสต์เหล่านี้ ฉันตื่นเต้นเสมอเมื่อตอนใหม่ออก Tim Ferriss Show ฉันค้นพบ Tim เมื่อสองสามปีก่อนผ่านหนังสือของเขา The 4-Hour Workweek เขามาพร้อมกับร่างกาย 4 ชั่วโมงที่ฉันเฝ้าดูอย่างขยันขันแข็งและลดน้ำหนักไปกว่า 40 ปอนด์ จากนั้นเขาเปิดตัว The 4-Hour Chef ซึ่งเป็นภาพยนตร์ที่สอนวิธีทำอาหารให้ดีกว่าที่ฉันเคยคิดไว้ เมื่อเร็ว ๆ นี้เขาเริ่มเสนอพอดคาสต์ที่เขาสัมภาษณ์ผู้มีอิทธิพลจากทุกสาขาอาชีพ ทิมถามคำถามที่สมบูรณ์แบบที่สุดเพื่อรับข้อมูลที่เป็นประโยชน์จากคนที่ฉลาดที่สุดในโลก มันเป็นที่น่าตื่นตาตื่นใจ. โรงเรียนที่ยอดเยี่ยมกับ Lewis Howes นี่เป็นอีกหนึ่งพอดคาสต์จากบทสัมภาษณ์อื่น ฉันรู้เกี่ยวกับพอดคาสต์นี้เพราะเขามี Daniel Negreanu อยู่และฉันตัดสินใจที่จะฟังมัน ตั้งแต่นั้นมาฉันก็ติดงอมแงม เขาสัมภาษณ์ผู้เชี่ยวชาญชั้นนำมากมายในอาชีพที่พวกเขาเลือก หากคุณชอบเรื่องราวที่สร้างแรงบันดาลใจจากผู้คนที่ประสบความสำเร็จซึ่งทำงานอย่างหนักเพื่อก้าวสู่จุดสูงสุดนี่คือพอดคาสต์สำหรับคุณ Smart Passive Income Podcast Pat Flynn ซึ่งฉันเรียนรู้จากพอดคาสต์ของ Tim Ferriss เป็นนักการตลาดออนไลน์ที่ทำเงินได้มากมายผ่านลิงค์พันธมิตร เขาแจกคอนเทนต์ฟรีมากมาย ในแต่ละตอนเขาพูดถึงหัวข้อเฉพาะเช่นวิธีเริ่ม Podcast หรือสัมภาษณ์คนที่ประสบความสำเร็จในธุรกิจอินเทอร์เน็ตโดยมักใช้กลยุทธ์ที่ไม่เหมือนใครเล็กน้อย ฉันออกแบบเว็บไซต์นี้ JonathanLittlePoker.com ไม่นานหลังจากค้นพบพอดคาสต์ของ Pat เขายังเป็นแรงบันดาลใจให้ฉันเริ่มบล็อกนี้ .. ถ้าฉันไม่สะดุดกับพอดแคสต์นี้ไซต์นี้จะไม่อยู่ที่นี่ “ไม่มีใครยากจนด้วยการให้” James Altucher Show ฉันค้นพบพอดคาสต์นี้เมื่อเขาสัมภาษณ์ผู้เล่นโป๊กเกอร์มืออาชีพ Ylon Schwartz ฉันเป็นโค้ช Steve Begleiter 9 พฤศจิกายน WSOP กับ Ylon พอดคาสต์นี้เป็นชุดบทสัมภาษณ์ที่ James Altucher ผู้ประสบความสำเร็จและความล้มเหลวที่น่าทึ่งมากมายได้สัมภาษณ์ผู้คนที่น่าสนใจจากทุกสาขาอาชีพ นี่ค่อนข้างคล้ายกับพอดคาสต์ของ Tim Ferriss ในแง่ของเนื้อหา ฉันได้เรียนรู้มากมายจากพอดคาสต์นี้ไม่เพียง แต่เกี่ยวกับสิ่งที่ฉันควรทำ แต่ยังรวมถึงสิ่งที่ฉันควรหลีกเลี่ยงด้วย พอดคาสต์เพื่อการศึกษาแม้ว่าสิ่งเหล่านี้จะเป็นการศึกษา แต่คุณอาจไม่ได้เรียนรู้ข้อมูลที่เป็นประโยชน์มากมาย อย่างไรก็ตามฉันพบว่าทั้งหมดนี้สนุกสนานและลึกซึ้ง Freakonomics Radio นี่คือพอดคาสต์ของคนที่เขียน Freakonomics ซึ่งเป็นหนังสือเล่มแรก ๆ ที่ทำให้ฉันคิดถึงการใช้คณิตศาสตร์ / เศรษฐศาสตร์ในชีวิตประจำวัน พวกเขามักจะมีเรื่องราวสนุก ๆ ที่พูดคุยเกี่ยวกับแง่มุมต่างๆในชีวิตของฉันซึ่งมักจะทำให้ฉันต้องการมากขึ้นซึ่งเป็นสิ่งที่ดี ฉันส่งอีเมลถึงผู้เขียนหนังสือคนหนึ่งเพื่อขอคำแนะนำในการใช้ชีวิตและเขาบอกฉันว่าภรรยาของเขากำลังอ่านหนังสือโป๊กเกอร์ของฉัน ดีแค่ไหน?!? NPR: Planet Money Podcast พอดคาสต์นี้ค่อนข้างคล้ายกับ Freakonomics แต่มีการส่งมอบที่สอดคล้องกันมากกว่า ตอนต่างๆมีความยาวประมาณ 15 นาทีเมื่อเทียบกับ Freakonomics 30 นาที ครอบคลุมเรื่องราวมากมายในหัวข้อต่างๆซึ่งมักเกี่ยวข้องกับเศรษฐกิจ แต่ไม่ได้อยู่ในรูปแบบหลักที่น่ากลัว Magic: The Gathering podcast ฉันเล่น Magic: The Gathering ออนไลน์เป็นงานอดิเรกหลักของฉัน สำหรับทุกสิ่งที่ฉันทำในชีวิตอย่างน้อยฉันก็ตัดสินใจที่จะเรียนอย่างหนัก หากคุณไม่รู้วิธีเล่น Magic พอดแคสต์เหล่านี้จะค่อนข้างไร้ประโยชน์สำหรับคุณ ที่กล่าวมาหากคุณกำลังเล่นหรือเล่น Magic ในอดีตสิ่งเหล่านี้ยอดเยี่ยมมาก Magic: The Gathering Drive to Work Podcast Mark Rosewater หัวหน้านักออกแบบ Magic: The Gathering กล่าวถึงแง่มุมต่างๆของการออกแบบเกมและเป็นผู้ออกแบบเกมหลักของเกมที่ดีที่สุดในโลก มีการพูดถึงแนวคิดสองสามข้อในบล็อกของฉันซึ่งครอบคลุม 10 แง่มุมของเกมที่ประสบความสำเร็จและการทำความเข้าใจผู้เล่นสามประเภทที่มาจากความรู้ที่ฉันได้รับจากพอดคาสต์ของเขา ทรัพยากรที่ จำกัด ในพอดคาสต์นี้ Marshall Sutcliffe ผู้เล่นโป๊กเกอร์และผู้บรรยายของ Magic Pro Tour กล่าวถึงรูปแบบ Magic เดียวที่ฉันเล่น Limited ด้วยผู้ร่วมโฮสต์เขาจะพูดถึงการ์ดชุดใหม่แต่ละชุดและกลยุทธ์ต่างๆที่ใช้ในการปรับปรุงทักษะการ จำกัด ของคุณ ถึงแม้ว่าพอดคาสต์เหล่านี้มักจะค่อนข้างยาว แต่ก็ไม่มีช่วงเวลาที่น่าเบื่อ นั่นคือทั้งหมดของพวกเขา! หากคุณพบว่ารายการนี้มีประโยชน์โปรดแจ้งให้เราทราบ หากคุณชอบเนื้อหาของใครก็บอกให้รู้ว่าฉันส่งให้คุณ หากคุณฟังพอดแคสต์ที่คุณคิดว่าฉันต้องการโปรดแบ่งปันกับฉัน ขอบคุณที่อ่าน! .

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WPH # 317: BIG Mistake Preflop กับ AK [LIVE CASH GAME] Australia Trip Report 16 min read

My view in Melbourne
As most of you know, I spent all of October, 2014 in Australia.  I decided to make the trip to play the WSOP APAC events even though EPT London, which turned out to be a much larger tournament, was going on at roughly the same time. I decided to travel much farther to Australia because Amie, my fiancée, wanted to take a vacation to Australia and I figured this would be our only opportunity to make the trip any time soon.  Our plan was for me to arrive on 10/1 and for Amie to come after the poker tournament was finished, along  with one of her friends.
Before you proceed, please know there will be very little poker information and a lot of talk about my travels in this post. If you want poker advice, please check out my other blogs.
Flying to Australia from NYC is rough. My total travel time was 31 hours. Even though most people complain about flights, I don’t mind them. I spent almost all 31 hours listening to podcasts, reading books, and hibernating. The flight went as smoothly as possible. Uneventful flights are nice.
I had the opportunity to spend six hours in the Hong Kong airport on the way to Melbourne. For some reason, seeing lots of things I view as strictly American in Chinese is funny to me. I somehow had dim sum at a relatively nice place and I also spent $50 on tea, mostly because I was too tired to figure out how to convert USD to HKD. I am a money conversion fish when I am tired!
It’s poker time!
I stayed at the Crown Casino, which is where the WSOP APAC was held. The venue is amazingly nice. That being said, I think it is about 50% overpriced. For example, in their food court, a salad is roughly $15. I ate a lot of salad because that was the healthiest thing I could find that was available whenever I wanted it. Also, the hotel rooms, at a discounted rate, are $400 per night. Maybe they give huge discounts if you play casino games? I decided to simply pay the $8,000 hotel bill. Ouch!
The other main issue I had was that the internet in the hotel did not work well at all. I planned to put in a decent amount of online volume, especially in the time between the end of the WSOP APAC and when Amie was set to arrive, but due to the awful internet service, I was afraid to play. I have no desire to play high stakes when I could get disconnected at any moment, costing me lots of equity.  I tried a few times with no luck. That was disappointing.
Poker went fairly poorly for me. I won a $10,000 main event seat in a $1,000 multi-table satellite early in the series but besides that, I lost everything else. I played a bit of $5/$10/$20 no-limit cash games and won a little. Poker-wise, the trip was not too good for me, but that is fine. You get used to bad trips when you play a lot of tournaments. When I hear tournament players discussing whether or not they won or lost during any individual poker trip, it makes me laugh because you probably should lose around 4 times out of 5 simply due to the payout structures of tournaments. If you care about your short term results, you will go crazy. I learned a long time ago to not let short term tournament results drive me crazy.
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I roomed with Scott Clements during the 15-day poker part of my trip. Scott is an excellent roommate. He never woke me up when he came home after I was already asleep and he didn’t wake me up when he left before I woke up. He was also not loud and didn’t mind discussing poker. When we went to the gym at the same time, he constantly inspired me to work harder. I would give him an A+ as a roommate.
I was drinking a bit too much during the series, mostly to help me fall asleep at night. I am fairly bad at getting on the right sleep schedule, especially when traveling to the opposite side of the world. Anyone who knows anything about drinking knows that while it will put you to sleep, it will often not keep you asleep throughout the night and when it does, you will have a hangover the next morning. Drinking is obviously not a +EV play for a poker player.
On October 10, I decided that I was going to stop drinking. After listening to a ton of inspirational podcasts, I came to the realization that I was not devoting myself 100% to poker. While I almost certainly do more than most poker players, I had glaring holes in my game, mainly off the felt. Drinking was the main problem and I am proud to say I haven’t had a sip of alcohol during the last month. I plan to never again get caught in the viscous cycle where I am drinking on a regular basis. When I have the urge, I simply say “I stopped drinking” and forget about it. I also realize that most poisons look and taste good to the animal being poisoned. In my mind, alcohol and sugar both fall in this category. I am also making a point to get off sugar unless I am feeling especially naughty. So far, this change in mindset has worked amazingly well. I am excited to see what the future holds.
Freedom is secured not by the fulfilling of one’s desires, but by the removal of desire. – Epictetus
I also wrote down my goals in life and poker as well as how I am going to achieve them. So far, things are progressing nicely. In one of my upcoming webinars, I am going to discuss all of my goals, including numerous things I am working on to get better at poker. I am also going to discuss some of the holes I have in my game and what I am doing to fix them. I will use numerous hand examples to show you spots where I made mistakes in the past and how I have improved. If you aren’t constantly improving, you are falling behind. Be sure to sign up for my email list on the side of this page to get updates about the date of the webinar (and to claim your free poker training video).
After all of that soul searching, Amie and her friend Courtney arrived.
It’s vacation time!!!
Day 1:
The ladies arrived in the middle of the day, so we didn’t have much time left before the sun went down. Amie and I tend to not party (we went to a total of 0 bars/clubs during our Australia trip) so we are usually not out too late. We spent most of our time walking around downtown Melbourne. We went to a Peking duck restaurant in Chinatown. They brought out a nice plump duck and promptly sliced all of its meat off for us to devour. It was delicious. Poor ducky!
Day 2:
Shrine of Remembrance

We had breakfast in the city at a nice little café (I almost always ordered the “Big Brekky”, which includes eggs, bacon, sausage, tomatoes, mushrooms, and beans),  then went to the Shrine of Remembrance, which is an awe-inspiring building near the Royal Botanic Gardens. I thoroughly enjoy simply walking around and observing the sights. I find it to be calming. After that, we went to an amazing Malaysian restaurant, Mamak, which is a local chain. It was really good. They should try to bring it to NYC for sure . Before coming to Australia I was actually told by a few Australians that their food is crappy. I don’t think I had a bad meal the entire time.
Day 3:
 
We rented a car and drove along the Great Ocean Road. I was not a huge fan of this experience, mostly because it consisted mainly of us driving around in a car for 10 hours. I don’t enjoy sitting and doing relatively nothing for most of the day. Of course, we did see some amazing sights but I don’t think spending the entire day in the car was worth it. However, I did get to experience driving on the “wrong” side of the road for the first time. It took a while to get used to but I eventually figured it out. Now I am afraid to drive in America. I guess I forgot how.
Day 4:
We traveled to the Moonlit Sanctuary, which is basically a zoo where some of the animals roam free. We had the experience of petting a koala bear. That was fun. I felt bad for him because we clearly woke him up from his nap. Ohhh well.
We also got to hang out with some kangaroos. I didn’t realize this, but lots of people in Australia consider kangaroos to be pests, just as some people from the northeast United States consider deer to be pests, even though they are so cute. I always viewed kangaroos as cool animals. After searching the sanctuary for kangaroos and only finding one little wallaby, we found a section with about 15 kangaroos hanging out and relaxing. We decided to gamble a bit and hang out with them. We ended up petting and feeding them for almost an hour. They became our friends. They loved all of us, probably because we were feeding them. They would be relaxing and when you approached, they would walk over and see what you were doing. This was one of the best experiences of the trip for me.
After we left our new friends, we went to Phillip Island to watch the famous Penguin Parade. Every night, thousands of little penguins swim in from the ocean then walk inland to their homes in the sand. They were so cute! There is a giant boardwalk built so spectators can watch the penguins hang out before going to bed in their little holes in the ground. It was awesome watching them behave as if they were in their own little world.
Day 5:
We flew to Cairns, which is near the top of the east coast of Australia. We traveled to our hotel in Port Douglas and bummed around town during the first day and relaxed. Amie and I got the bright idea to go buy groceries. She put me in charge of navigating. Our 30 minute round trip turned into a 90 minute round trip because I can’t read a map. Sorry Amie!
Day 6:

We took a long boat ride to the Great Barrier Reef. Snorkeling along the reef was amazing.  We saw tons of coral, fish, and even a shark. The water was fairly cold and they made us wear a body suit. I made the mistake of getting flippers that were a size too big and I ended up grinding blisters into my feet. When we saw the shark, I was worried about my feet bleeding into the water. Luckily the shark didn’t want to eat me.
After the Reef, we went to a local bar to watch cane toad racing. Cane toads are pests in Australia. The announcer claimed that the bloody Americans brought over 102 toads to Australia some number of years ago to take care of pests that were messing with the local sugar cane. The toads made boatloads of babies and now they are everywhere. In the race, people from the audience got on stage and blew party whistles at their selected toad to try to get them to jump off the table first. It was an enjoyable experience to witness.
Day 7:
Went to the Daintree Rainforest. I wasn’t even aware that Australia had a rainforest. The American school system failed me again! We were told by our guide, Dave, that the Daintree is the oldest rainforest in the world. There are lots of animals living there that are somewhat unevolved compared to other parts of the world. For example, there is a giant bird called a Cassowary that looks rather like an ostrich but is apparently quite vicious. We got lucky enough to see one of them! There are also little birds that bury their eggs in a giant communal nest on the ground, similar to how some reptilian dinosaurs were thought to lay their eggs.
We also saw tons of cool trees. Ever since relocating to NYC, I have fallen in love with trees. I constantly admire their beauty when I stroll through the parks. There is something about them that is awe-inspiring to me. They seem so peaceful. We got to see a wide array of trees. I loved it.
Dave enlightened us about many aspects of the rainforest. We learned that some of the land is saturated in salt water, which results in only specific types of trees growing in that area. We also got to lick the butt of an ant, which tasted like lemon juice. It was an interesting experience.
There is also a famous ice cream shop in the middle of the rainforest. They have a farm where they grow all of the foods they use to flavor their ice cream. Even though I am making a point to be a good boy when it comes to my diet, I had four small scoops. It was naughtily delicious.
Day 8:
We woke up at 3am to catch a shuttle to the airport, then flew to Hervey Bay, which is a little below Cairns, and rented a Land Rover plus camping equipment. We stopped at the grocery store to get our food rations for the next six meals. I came up with the genius idea of buying 12 side salads for Amie and me to split. She decided to be smart and buy some calories in the form of things to make s’mores.  Interestingly enough, they don’t have graham crackers in Australia. We bought similar-looking cookies instead.  I was super hungry while camping. Being hungry is good sometimes.
We then took a ferry to the largest sand island in the world, Fraser Island. I had no clue what to expect going into this part of the trip except that I knew we would be camping. It turns out that the roads on Fraser Island are not really roads. You can go about 15 miles per hour on most of them. They were by far the most rugged “roads” I have ever driven on. They reminded me of riding in Hoyt Corkins’ jeep through the Red Rock Mountains in Nevada. We spent about 90 minutes driving across the island to where we planned to camp. Seeing how I am a southern boy and I was traveling with two ladies from NYC, I was in charge of setting up camp and making sure no one died.
We arrived at our camp site right as the sun was going down. I proudly got our two tents and chairs set up right as the sun dipped below the horizon. To be fair, it wasn’t all my doing. The ladies worked hard to make sure we got our camp set up. As I pulled out the propane grill (no wood fires are allowed on the island) to make our s’mores, two rangers drove up and told us that we had to relocate because a pack of dingoes attacked some people near our location a few days earlier. Bad beat!
We quickly packed up our camp and we drove a little ways down the beach. We set up our camp again. It is much harder to set up camp when there is no light. We eventually got it taken care of. We slept soundly.
Day 9:
I convinced the ladies that we should ditch the idea of having any sort of planned agenda while camping. My idea of camping is relaxing and doing whatever we have time for.  We drove our Land Rover up the east coast of the island. The west coast of the island is not safe to drive on due to the overly wet sand. If you try to drive there, your vehicle will surely get stuck.  Along the way, we saw a few landmarks but we ended up spending most of our time at a waist-deep creek filled with crystal clear water. The creek was SUPER cold. I drank lots of the water. I liked it! We met a few locals there and talked with them for hours. After that, we drove back to our camp. We saw a few dingoes walk by but they left us alone. We devoured our salad and s’mores, and then slept.
Day 10:
At around midnight, Courtney started yelling and woke us up. The flap on her tent that was supposed to keep out the rain blew off due to extremely strong winds. Since it was the middle of the night, I told her to get in our tent and we would figure everything out in the morning.
I woke up the next morning and looked outside to see Courtney’s tent already packed up. I was happy that she was being proactive and packing up the camp. In reality, the wind blew it away. Both of the girls were convinced it was gone. Amie started looking around and found it in a tree. I made the short trek to retrieve it. Before 5am, we had finished our salads, packed up our camp, and embarked on another long bumpy ride across the island.
Our primary destination was Lake McKenzie, which is an amazingly clear lake that is filled with rainwater. We arrived super early. There were only a few other people way down the beach, meaning we pretty much had it all to ourselves. I spent the next few hours swimming. I eventually got tired and took a nap. One of my feet was stuck out from under my multiple layers of protection and it got super burnt. It was toasty for the rest of the trip.
This is me taking a nap on the beach.
We took the ferry back to the mainland and returned our Land Rover and camping gear. We checked into a hotel in Hervey Bay, which was both seedy and homey at the same time. Since I was overly hungry, we decided to go to an Indian restaurant.  The food was amazing.
I was so hungry. I ordered tandoori chicken, aloo gobi, then when it was time to consider dessert, I ordered another order of tandoori chicken. It was so delicious. We got caught in a rainstorm and sat in the restaurant for around two hours. I really could have used a drink then but I abstained. The rain eventually stopped and we walked back to the hotel for the night.
Day 11:

We slept in a bit, had breakfast at a trendy-looking local café with fun food then flew to Sydney for the last leg of our journey. Every time I mentioned Sydney to a local Australian, they said, “You mean Shitney?” Apparently they think Sydney is shit. I was expecting the city to be an absolute dump. The airport seemed nice, but I was still skeptical.
It turns out that Sydney is awesome. At least in my mind, it is comparable to a clean NYC. There is great architecture, large parks, and great food. We spent our first day walking around the town. The ladies shopped a bit. While they were shopping, I read various books on my iPhone. I used to never read books. Now I am constantly reading. I have found that reading is much more beneficial than playing mindless games on my phone. I am a true genius, I know.
We took two ferry rides to various ports around the city. I wasn’t expecting much from a ferry ride, but in reality, these were fairly high speed boats that only carried humans. They seemed to be a surprising part of the local public transportation system. It was fun and relaxing. Seeing the Sydney Opera House was a great experience. I never thought I would be moved by a building, but I was. There is something special about it.
Day 12:

We woke up and had breakfast at a great place called Bobby’s that was a block away from our hotel. We ate breakfast there two more times while in Sydney. Obviously I had the Big Brekky every time. We walked around the city and the ladies shopped some more. I read some more. We did the touristy thing and climbed to the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It was actually much less intimidating than I expected. My only other experience climbing something I perceived as “scary” was climbing to the top of Angel’s Landing in Zion National Park in Utah. That actually was scary. The bridge climb was super safe. Everyone was strapped in. You would have to try really hard to fall off. The views from the top were great.
After that, we went to a local chain called Pancakes on the Rocks. I would have loved a gluttonous pancake topped with ice cream, chocolate, and Nutella but instead, I had a crepe that looked more like a salad. It was surprisingly good.
Day 13:
Impromptu work out

We spent our last day walking from Bondi beach to Coogee beach. The walk, which was supposed to take about 45 minutes, ended up taking about two hours because there was an amazing sculpture exhibit going on. We saw lots of interesting sculptures from various artists. In the evening, we walked around a part of Sydney that is comparable to Brooklyn. The area was a bit grungier than the main downtown area in a charming way. Amie loved the beautiful trees with purple leaves/flowers. She snapped a picture of me impromptu working out on a pole below one of them.
We had dinner at a fun place called El Loco. It was overly crowded when we arrived so we had to fight to get a table. Of course, there was no sort of waiting list. We eventually found a seat and had delicious food. I had fish, steak, and a “special” taco that was essentially a pile of goodness. It was great.
Day 14:
We woke up early and headed to the airport. We flew to Hong Kong, where we had a 40 minute layover. That was a bad beat because I wanted to play some more in the Hong Kong airport. An agent greeted us as we disembarked our flight and rushed us through all of the security lines to our final flight to NYC. Again, I listened to podcasts, read books, and hibernated the whole way.
All in all, I had a great time in Australia. I got to swim along the Great Barrier Reef, play with kangaroos, hang out in a rainforest, go camping, and spend time with Amie and Courtney. I would strongly suggest visiting the country if you have the opportunity. Perhaps most importantly, I learned a lot about myself and have developed a solid strategy for self-improvement. I am excited about the future! As much as I enjoyed the trip, I am happy to get back home and get to work. I have lots of new ideas to share with you.
If you have any questions or comments, please let me know. Thanks for reading!
 

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เนื่องจากคู่แรกเป็นมือ “มูลค่า” ที่พบบ่อยที่สุดที่คุณจะทำหลังจากความล้มเหลวจึงเป็นสิ่งสำคัญที่จะต้องเข้าใจวิธีการเล่นอย่างถ่องแท้ ไม่ว่าคุณจะจับคู่อันดับสูงสุดบ่อยแค่ไหนมือสมัครเล่นส่วนใหญ่มักจะเล่นกริปนี้ผิด สิ่งสำคัญคือต้องตระหนักว่าคู่ที่นำหน้าทั้งหมดไม่ได้ถูกสร้างขึ้นเท่ากัน ตัวอย่างเช่น Kh-Qh บนบอร์ด Ks-8c-3h นั้นแข็งแกร่งกว่า 9d-6d บนบอร์ด 6h-5h-4c มาก หากคุณคิดว่ามือทั้งสองข้างแข็งแรงพอ ๆ กันในระยะยาวคุณจะทำผิดพลาดครั้งใหญ่ซึ่งทำให้คุณต้องเสียเงินเป็นจำนวนมาก สมมติว่ามีคนที่มีสแต็คบิ๊กบลายด์ 100 อันยกบิ๊กบลายด์ 3 อันจากตำแหน่งกึ่งกลางมีคนโทรจากปุ่มและคุณเรียก Qh-Th จากบิ๊กบลายด์ ใบปัดคือ Td-7c-5 ก่อนอื่นคุณต้องตัดสินใจว่าคุณควรตรวจสอบหรือวางเดิมพัน ในขณะที่คุณอาจคิดว่าคุณควรตรวจสอบหรือเดิมพันเสมอในสถานการณ์นี้การเล่นเกมของคุณควรขึ้นอยู่กับว่าคุณคาดหวังให้คู่ต่อสู้ตอบสนองอย่างไร หากคุณคิดว่าพวกเขาจะเล่นอย่างตรงไปตรงมายกมือดีกว่าและโทรหรือเล่นโดยใช้มือน้อย ๆ การเป็นผู้นำคือตัวเลือกที่ดี หากคุณคิดว่าฝ่ายตรงข้ามจะตัดสินใจในอนาคตโดยไม่เล่นตรงไปตรงมาคุณอาจต้องการตรวจสอบ หากคุณตรวจสอบผู้โจมตีเริ่มต้นและปุ่มพับคุณควรเรียกหรือตรวจเพิ่มขึ้นอยู่กับว่าคุณคาดหวังให้คู่ต่อสู้ตอบสนองอย่างไร หากคุณคิดว่าเขาจะวางมือที่แย่กว่าในการยกเช็คซึ่งมักจะเกิดขึ้นกับคู่ต่อสู้ที่มีคุณสมบัติส่วนใหญ่การเรียกจะดีกว่าการยกเช็คเพราะการยกเช็คจะทำให้คู่ต่อสู้ของคุณเล่นได้ดี คุณไม่ต้องการให้ฝ่ายตรงข้ามพับเมื่อเขาวาดผอม การโทรจะทำให้คุณมีโอกาสทำผิดพลาดมากขึ้นในรอบการเดิมพันในอนาคต หากคุณคิดว่าฝ่ายตรงข้ามจะคิดว่าคุณต้องขายอย่างไร้เดียงสาเมื่อคุณเช็ค – เพิ่มบางทีอาจเป็นเพราะพวกเขาคิดว่าคุณชอบโทรหาด้วยแสงและการโจมตีที่มั่นคงการเพิ่มขึ้นจะกลายเป็นตัวเลือกที่ยอดเยี่ยมเนื่องจากจะดึงมูลค่าจำนวนมาก จากมือของฝ่ายตรงข้าม แน่นอนคุณต้องคิดว่าคุณจะทำอย่างไรหากฝ่ายตรงข้ามยกเช็คอีกครั้ง หากคุณตรวจสอบเดิมพันกับผู้เล่นเดิมและผู้เล่นคนอื่นโทรมาคุณต้องหาว่าคุณควรโทรพับหรือเพิ่มเช็ค โดยปกติคุณควรโทรหาเว้นแต่คุณจะมีข้อมูลเฉพาะเกี่ยวกับแนวโน้มของคู่แข่งของคุณ หากคุณมั่นใจว่าคู่ต่อสู้ของคุณอย่างน้อยหนึ่งคนมีมือที่แข็งแกร่งคุณควรรีบเร่ง ตัวอย่างเช่นหากคู่ต่อสู้คนใดคนหนึ่งหรือทั้งคู่เข้าใกล้เกินไปคุณควรรีบเร่งเพราะคุณอาจถูกบดขยี้และมิฉะนั้นคู่ต่อสู้ของคุณทั้งสองมีแนวโน้มที่จะสูญเสียมาก หากคู่แข่งของคุณทั้งคู่โอ้อวดซึ่งหมายความว่าพวกเขาสามารถมีอะไรก็ได้การตรวจสอบสกุลเงินอื่น ๆ อาจเรียกได้ว่าเป็นความจริง โปรดทราบว่าการเพิ่มเช็คเพื่อรับเงินจำนวนมากไม่ใช่ความคิดที่ดีเพราะจะทำให้ฝ่ายตรงข้ามเล่นได้อย่างไม่มีที่ติ ทำต่อเมื่อพวกเขาเอาชนะและพับเมื่อคุณเอาชนะพวกเขา หากคุณไม่แน่ใจว่าคุณอยู่ที่ไหนควรโทรออก สังเกตว่าความคิดเหล่านี้เล่นออกมาอย่างไรเมื่อผู้เล่นส่วนใหญ่พิจารณาสถานการณ์ทางโลก ลองนึกภาพถ้าแทนที่จะเป็น Td-7c-5 บอร์ดคือ Td-7c-5d การเสมอกันจะทำให้คู่ต่อสู้ของคุณคิดว่าคุณมีจำนวนการจับฉลากที่เหมาะสมในระยะของคุณหากคุณตัดสินใจเลือกเส้นบวกที่เปลี่ยนสถานการณ์ไปโดยสิ้นเชิง ในขณะที่คุณอาจได้รับคำแนะนำให้เล่นไพ่ Td-7c-5d ตามที่อธิบายไว้ข้างต้น แต่ตอนนี้คุณต้องพิจารณาความจริงที่ว่าทุกคนมีจำนวนการจับฉลากในช่วงของพวกเขา สิ่งนี้ทำให้หลาย ๆ อย่างซับซ้อนมากขึ้นเพราะตอนนี้ฝ่ายตรงข้ามของคุณอาจคิดว่าเลนโจมตีของคุณอาจเป็นกึ่งบลัฟแทนที่จะเป็นการเดิมพันมูลค่าส่วนใหญ่ อย่างที่คุณเห็นนี่เป็นสถานการณ์ที่ยากลำบาก ฉันขอแนะนำให้ใช้เวลาเป็นจำนวนมากในการพิจารณาว่าคุณควรเล่นเกมนี้อย่างไรและทุกสถานการณ์โดยพิจารณาจากภาพรวมและแผนการเล่นเกมของคุณ หากคุณไม่คิดถึงความซับซ้อนทั้งหมดอยู่ตลอดเวลาและทำให้มือของคุณสกปรกคุณจะทำผิดพลาดอย่างมากในระยะยาวทำให้คุณต้องเสียเงินเป็นจำนวนมาก หากคุณต้องการข้อมูลเพิ่มเติมเกี่ยวกับวิธีการจับคู่อันดับต้น ๆ ฉันขอแนะนำอย่างยิ่งให้ตรวจสอบการสัมมนาผ่านเว็บขั้นสูงของฉันคู่ยอดนิยมที่แท้จริง ฉันพูดถึงสถานการณ์ต่างๆมากมายที่จะทำให้ชัดเจนว่าเมื่อใดควรค่าสูงสุดและเมื่อใดควรควบคุมเงินกองกลาง หากคุณเรียนรู้ที่จะเล่นสถานการณ์ยอดนิยมนี้อย่างถูกต้องคุณจะเห็นอัตราการชนะของคุณเพิ่มขึ้นทันที ลองดูและแจ้งให้เราทราบความคิดของคุณใน twitter @JonathanLittle อย่าลืมกลับมาตรวจสอบในสัปดาห์หน้าเพื่อค้นหาบล็อกโพสต์ด้านการศึกษาอื่น ขอบคุณที่อ่าน! .

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