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  1. Learn, understand, and embrace the swings you are going to expose yourself to. Don't get tilted too easily or at all (or at least minimize it's effect on your play). Experience really is extremely valuable. Playing as much as you can will build this experience faster. Do LOTS of studying/homework. I cannot stress this enough. Staying ahead of the curve is key. Chatting with other successful players is a huge help too, but just make sure you don't take too much different advice or you will just confuse yourself. As you gain experience you will get better at taking advice and etc from others and discarding the useless stuff. Most importantly, you MUST be extremely disciplined with your bankroll management. It doesn't matter how good you are, if you are playing games you can't afford the swings for - you WILL go broke if you do it consistently.
  2. Hmmm, maybe next time I should actually read HHs better instead of just assuming there are antes. I'd probably fold here =[
  3. Going all in is fun. I do it often. +entertainmentEV ldo Also, you should work more spite calls into your game if you want to maximize your ROI
  4. JoeDeertay

    Shove Range....

    Having unbalanced ranges isn't that bad against a table full of fish though, imo. It only really matters against regs.
  5. Against most random fish I'm betting all streets until I get raised, which I would fold to.
  6. As luck said, starting out by assigning the Nash ranges from holdemresources.net and as you get more experience you can make the ranges more accurate.
  7. lol I'd have 3bet less and cbet/jammed a flop like this one most likely if he is really THAT much of an aggrotard. But, as played, I'd just jam over the flop bet because you shouldn't have anything here and he might just bet his entire range.
  8. JoeDeertay

    wwyd?

    I'm not folding this. If the table is nitty and/or you won't be getting 3bet very often, then open to like 2-2.2x or whatever. Otherwise, I'd just jam and be fine with it. Pretty much a combo of what eDaN and Spissos said. What tourney is this anyway?
  9. Don't fold this flop, but fold pre. If he is really an aggrotard then I'm probably just calling this down 3 times because he is probably going to barrel a ton of turns/rivers.
  10. Definite cosign. Wish I knew about this before =[
  11. I have 3 that I know can't be real but I do them anyway, just in case. If someone shoves on you pre, you win more often when you don't snapcall, regardless of what you have. Even if you wait just a couple seconds it's more +EV. I swear I run worse when I snapcall lol. RNG timing ftw ldo. I also feel like I run infinitely better if when I get all in at any point, I just say "hold" when I'm ahead or call for each of my outs once when I'm behind, and calling for outs I pick up on the flop or turn. I do it every single time lol. I also believe my black Nike sweatpants and white/black Etnies zip hoodie are my lucky grind clothes, and when I take the hoodie off I run bad haha.
  12. I was about to type up some long post about this, but every possible situation I could think of regarding the villain resulted in at least calling him down for stacks. Yes, he can have sets/2pair, but in almost all cases that I can think of he also has a bunch more than that. It's almost like I was trying to find a reason to fold, but I literally can't.
  13. You fell for it. He was ahead of your range ldo.
  14. SFthis pure set-mining in tourneys is pretty overrated imo
  15. Lol I'm certain that no straight up simple answer to this question exists, especially in tourneys.
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