You might have heard this; "Get to succeed far more by capitalizing on your opponents mistakes than you will by the greatness of your own play." This will be true when we realize that The lucky player is usually the player that knows how much to leave to chance. The mechanics of playing poker, hand reading and adjusting to opponents / situations are all important aspects of winning in the game... however there are many skills which are equally important including:for the sake of discussion we can call them "Skilled."
On the flip side of the coin, We also see some really talented poker players who spend money like it's water, and keep playing higher, and higher until they go broke.You really need to be in control of your money if you want to get anywhere, and if you're constantly putting it at risk by playing at too high stakes and by not keeping focused, all the skill in the world isn't going to help you.
Ahhh! that makes sense. I had also wandered the same thing. I still don't get how some sites are banned, but other sites with poker in the title get through fine in this regard. Why so? Choosing a guiding book for poker depends somewhat on your current abilities, if you are a beginner. I've always seen and heard about people reading good poker strategy books but don't know where to start in this category. For those who are yet still just starting out and need to get their feet wet before tackling more in-depth strategy books. Some books are called How to beat sit &go poker tournaments by some author as a good guide to Sng's so hope that helps ..Thanks for this opportunity to share with you all. And I'll let you know what I think after finding them.
I have not read any poker books. Maybe I need to. I haven't won anything nor participated in any poker competition. But putting a little effort to get through this. Not sure what what your specific needs are. Depending on what you are playing I would go against some related books to tell you the truth. Great. I'm glad to see that you guys are bringing a lot of books and tips on the subject of poker. It makes being new a lot easier when there are people who are willing to offer up the best advice that they've read so that others can benefit as well. Thanks.