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  1. 21:00 Very good advice. I often say this, "oh I NEED to Win one tournaments per day". I dont need to, so Far I dont have losses on my bankroll, I Lost some tournaments but got my cash back so even tho I may not get paid that day, my bankroll is stable, which means Im doing Fine, right?

  2. If you want to know where you're at, at any time, check raise and if you can't call a raise on the river, don't bet…..
    This is extremely important, especially online, try not to go all in before the Flop, let the flop come and then go from there, because if people have seen the flop, they are then, 80% more likely to fold their hand….
    Last but not least and especially in tournaments, try to never go all in before the Flop, always try to find out the most information, for the least amount as possible..

  3. J,L you really do make me laugh buddy. In such a good way I mean! The way you say things, those little "Underestimations" or subtle undertstements make me giggle. I can see that comes so very natural, so I'll bet you're like that all the time. That's an intelligent kind of humour, and we do have quite an intelligent bunch here so I doubt these are lost on most. You have such a laid back attitude, and your body language is in tune with your verbal and non-verbal signals so I automatically know that people (myself included) will want to listen to you. I also automatically know you're being honest, which goes a long way with me anyway. I can't wait to join PokerCoaching.com as a paid member. I am always putting your name about to everyone I know that's into poker, so maybe I can convince some of my pals to join. In the meantime, thank you.

  4. Mr Little, I assure you sir, I am a shark in the making. If the best is a Great White, then I'm probably a Thresher or a Grey Nurse shark. I'll be a Great white with your help. I'm learning quickly, and I always do well at cash games (Small stakes) but using the knowledge acquired from your content, Johnathan, I am learning without any doubt and have got better. Maybe one day we'll be playing at the same table. I would love that. Just think what I could learn!!! H.O.L.I.D.A.Y lol sorry, couldn't resist it hehe

  5. Your passion shines through. Love the energy. I can feel the care vs other sites where it just seems like they have a "look at me" condescending attitude. Ive been dabbling in poker for quite a while but really taking the time now to hone my game. My intuition and lack of formally analyzing my play has got me a lot further than it probably should but i know when im stuck. For whatever reason studying my game has been difficult for me to start. Its like i want to think of myself as a good poker player and dont want criticism haha but truth is i need a spankin haha so thanks!

  6. as i watched this i was currently in a tourney,.and if i wouldnt of paused this video it would of gotten faster to me before i called with 85 suited 4clubs on turn all in turn bet and would of folded…then after i called all in on flop with AJ..compulsively saw the signs of KK OR AA and ignored it..flopped top pair.and opponent pushed all in with kk and i called like a dummy..even though the signs was there..thanks for all u do

  7. Listen, i seen myself in a lot of these situations you explain here, not knowing what to do, and just play the hand and hope i didt the right thing and hope for the best. When i see this, i know why my roll is not growing. I even get angry at other people when i should be angry at myself for my mistakes. You are really good. Thank you.

  8. Seems like I´m a bit ahead of this learning curve, but the toughest thing for me was Tip #5: Learn to deal with variance. Took me years to overcome this, but nowadays I can be happy after a losing a session. I know I played solid and I can´t control the variance, but on the other hand I can be pissed at myself playing bad and winning. My wife don´t get me when she asks how it went after a session, and I say it went great I only lost $500. After next session she asks the same thing, and I say it was terrible and that I was just lucky to win $1000. I don´t look at the outcome anymore, but rather if I made the correct play or not. Bankroll was also a issue back in the early internet poker-days, when the standard was 10x buy-in. Crazy times!

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