Studying everyday is tough, but I know you can commit to just 5 minutes each day
Pretend you've got an audience watching and listening to your thought process
The best thing I've ever done to improve my game, daily hand reading practice
Passive play early, then bigger bets later can lead to max value from stations
Playing while distracted (email, music, Twitter, etc.) will only serve to hurt your decision making
Go through your hands and see if you're mistakenly telegraphing your hand strength with the sizings you choose.
Use a tabata timer and a specific strategy question to keep your focus on the tables
Study what happens most frequently, then move to topics that build upon the skills you just learned.
Session length advice • Use that long session patience for your shorter sessions as well
When you're feeling down or even tilty, try a smile and see if it can't pick up your spirits.
Use sticky notes for putting into action new things you're working on. Attach it to your monitor to help during a play session.
When you enter in someone's calling range, you see every range: calling, folding and 3betting
There are many reasons for making bigger open raises. Facing lots of 3bets, calls and...
T9s has 3.5% more equity pre-flop than T9o. And, when flopping TP+fd it has 73% equity vs only 56% that T9o has with TP.
Bread & Butter situations are the most profitable spots for you. It's most likely when you're HU and IP as the pre-flop raiser. Get in more of these spots.