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The first Rule of being a great poker player is to have patience and to think strategically about your next move. Like the saying, patience is a virtue each successful poker player has patience that skill helps themwait for a good starting hand that makes it possible to to have a wonderful strong foundation that makes you effective at winning.

The second Rule to follow is to focus on your own game it does not take frequent sense for you to know the reason you need to pay attention to your own game.

The third rule is to be smart about your game And also to understand potential outcomes of this move that your planning on making before you make them.

The fourth Rule I want to say its last rule however its not, you have to be able to learn from your mistakes and to not be a sore loser about a game that likely taught you lessons for the next time your thinking about playingwith.

The fifth Rule is to learn how to control your feelings and also to know how to hide them so that your opponent doesn't feel like your weak for letting your emotions cause you to look like a fool.


The sixth Rule is Money management these means do not put in all your money down unless you're certain you have a 100% probability of winning.

The seventh Rule is to be dedicated to your game that in some sense method to focus on your game and find unique ways to make the game turn in your favor and to cool tricks that makes it possible to win.

The last Rule is to be fearless and be certain in every move you make even if you do Lose at least you will be learning a valuable lesson which may hopefully assist You to improve in your next game. See more at: [http://wiki.vriendenvandekerstgroep.nl/index.php?title=Approaching_Online_Poker_With_The_Right_Mindset he said].