Reduce volatility as a better player at the table?

    • cobby
      cobby
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      Joined: 14.09.2007 Posts: 812
      Hi folks,
      right now i'm working through Dan Harrington's astonishing first book.
      It seems that he really didn't forget an issue :)
      Nevertheless, in the first sample hand he talks about volatility. He says that you should decrease volatility as a better player at the table and increase, when you consider yourself as a not so good player at the table. I don't understand why?
      I guess i don't even understand exactly what he means with volatility (he talks about money swing on the hand; Is it the money in the pot, or what?
      Thanks in advance
      Greetings
      cobby
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