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  1. Great read.. Story of my life
  2. Awesome article, so true, been there many a time, now I always keep chips in my pocket to top off soon as I'm down from my initial buyin stack.
  3. good read Court. thanks!
     
  4. really enjoyed this, good read. thanks RoadCount
  5. My biggest issue is that even if I am having a bad day at the casino and hitting no cards and really think I should leave, it takes me an hour and a half to get to the casino so I feel like I just wasted the time and gas driving there, which causes me to have to stay..
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    Originally Posted by ILOVECLONIEG View Post

    My biggest issue is that even if I am having a bad day at the casino and hitting no cards and really think I should leave, it takes me an hour and a half to get to the casino so I feel like I just wasted the time and gas driving there, which causes me to have to stay..

    ^^^^^degens gonna degenerate
    Edited By: HawkDwight Jan 20th, 2012 at 08:54 PM
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    Originally Posted by ILOVECLONIEG View Post

    My biggest issue is that even if I am having a bad day at the casino and hitting no cards and really think I should leave, it takes me an hour and a half to get to the casino so I feel like I just wasted the time and gas driving there, which causes me to have to stay..



    if you go home with $200 at 1pm vs. $220 at 6pm you actually lose money

    as stated" wasted the time"

    gas is same value,"we always plan to go home"
    Edited By: double_kyan Jan 20th, 2012 at 09:15 PM
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  8. ive cashed out 60$ at a 2-5$nl where i always play full stacked. The regs at the table looked impressed that i was walking out with that 60$ instead of donating it to them.great article
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    Originally Posted by double_kyan View Post

    if you go home with $200 at 1pm vs. $220 at 6pm you actually lose money

    as stated" wasted the time"

    gas is same value,"we always plan to go home"


    Such a simple observation that is so obvious I never thought about it. Wow. A true moment of clarity...
     
  10. lol at sitting at a 500nl table with $220
  11. great article
    lol , to be honest with you thats what I did when I first hit the cash games in casino, I mean I already knew at that time that it is better to add-on rather than lose your short left stack, wow I feel good about it)))
    I guess you just have to be prepared and analyze you game when you go play live cash.


     
    Originally Posted by turtomic76 View Post

    lol at sitting at a 500nl table with $220

    thats a usual stuff that goes on in my local casino )
  12. Never really saw it that way when I was throwing in my last $60 , $80 or $100 . Hate to admit how well this describes the way so many of my cash sessions have ended.

    Very helpful article. It will change how I look at things on those nights that nothing seems to go right.
  13. I'm great at the chipping up to keep my stack at least 100bbs, not so good at recognizing when I should just cash-out and go home.
  14. very good article, nice to read, well done
     
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    Originally Posted by Got All Day View Post

    Such a simple observation that is so obvious I never thought about it. Wow. A true moment of clarity...


    you're so aimed at blasting me with this obv. tunnel vision you possess.Focus on me and comment why dont you, gj - wd - wp .

    BTW do you think the poster got it , it was a flawed comment ,that is not the right way of thinking

    GETTING UP at a B+M and leaving the place like its the thing to do requires skill as well.Learning to make this a natural thing requires experience and mindset.
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  16. shove light and triple up

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