How to make 10k a month - Anybody can do that

    • JurassicDaniel
      JurassicDaniel
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      Joined: 01.12.2007 Posts: 3,960
      Hello,

      my name is Daniel and Im 34 years old. I play poker since september 2007. I financed my first dollar by a freeroll tournament. I need about 3 weeks for this goal. I never made an deposit until now. After that I play sng´s for about 1,5 years. I changed to cashgame because I wanted to improve my postflop skills. Mainly I played SH and switched to HU NL50 - NL200 heads up.

      The challenge

      (1) How did I got to the challenge?
      In november 2011 I watched the first video of raskolnikov Simple Heads-up Poker. Hits way of thinking impressed me deeply. I could learn a lot from this video. I watched every video he published. I was very impressed of the 6 part video serie Champions Stand Up One More Time Than The Rest. In the 6 part he promted everyone to sent him application to become his next student. So I applyed and was choosed.

      (2) What are my expectation from the challenge?
      In 2007 I finished my study (business administration successfully. After that I never got a chance to work in the business. I just did some other jobs. In poker I was scared of losing much money so I stayed mainly on NL50 and didn´t climbed the ladder to higher limits. This project is the last chance to be successfull with poker. I will never be able to work in the personal area. Now I risk everything that I have and are sure that the risk is worth. Gordon wants to proof that everyone with a professional attitude can manage it to climb from NL50 to NL1000 within 1 year.

      (3) Heads up Mastermind
      I bought the "Heads up Mastermind" in april of this year. All my knowledge that I will get is from this course (+ Coaching with Gordon). Im positiv suprised how much my game had improved since april. I already watched the video series 2 times and will do it again and again until I got everything from this course.

      (4) Coachings with Gordon
      I had 3 coachings with gordon so far. My knowledge in particular areas has become much deeper. His way of thinking is very easy and you will get the maximum.

      Other matters:
      I will update this blog at least every 2nd day. Im glad on interesting discussions with you. Have fun with my blog.
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    • legand73
      legand73
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      Joined: 01.06.2010 Posts: 4,135
      Hey Jurrasic

      Welcome to the blogging section. congrats on getting that coaching from Gordon. to NL1000 in one year? that is a crazy jump but i'm not doubting its possible if one has the right mindset and puts in the hours. Wish you the best of luck with your goals!!

      Regards,
      Luke
    • JurassicDaniel
      JurassicDaniel
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      Joined: 01.12.2007 Posts: 3,960
      Day 1

      Before each weak I set 1 month goal and 1-2 week goals. I try my best to improve and check it after each day.

      Poker goals:
      (1) paying attention to betsizes (goal of the month): A lot of player have leaks with betsizes and tell you their handstrength. That is a leak that I observe very intensively to to exploit villain. Its also important to pay attention to your betsize. I also use over- and underbets.

      (2) play straightforward + set villain on the best possible hand (goals of the week): I try to play abc poker. What is more I set villain on the best possible hand and try to adapt my betsize. For example: Hero has AK on 952K4 and should try to get the maximum value of Kx and shouldnt bet smaller to get value from the 9.

      Mental goals (instant hand analyse):
      When we lost by bad luck what do you think? Right. We have a negative situation and have to evalute this. By the suck out we evaluate them negative and the result are bad feelings which cause tilt. To avoid this I analyse the hand directly after I played the hand. I ask myself: (1) Did I play the hand correctly? (2) Could I have played it better (3) Can I learn something from villains play that I can use to exploit him?. When I played the hand well I evaluate the situation positiv and the result are positive feelings that avoid tilt.

      Other matters:
      I had 4 Coachings with gordon so far und could improve a lot (e. g. attack weakness). After our sessions I rewatch them a make as many notes as I can. At the moment I play on 8 playforms.

      Hand of the day:
      Villain was unknown. The river is a perfect example for betsizes. I set him on the best possible hand and ask myself how much he would call. And that is the result.

      PokerStars No-Limit Hold'em, $0.50 BB (2 handed) - PokerStars Converter Tool from http://www.flopturnriver.com

      Hero (BB) ($59.25)
      SB ($30)

      Preflop: Hero is BB with 8:club: , 5:spade:
      SB calls $0.25, Hero checks

      Flop: ($1) 4:heart: , 7:spade: , 6:diamond: (2 players)
      Hero bets $1, SB calls $1

      Turn: ($3) 10:club: (2 players)
      Hero bets $2.50, SB calls $2.50

      River: ($8) 7:heart: (2 players)
      Hero bets $55.25 (All-In), SB calls $26 (All-In)

      Total pot: $60 | Rake: $0.50


      SB had 7:club: , 9:heart: (three of a kind, sevens).
      Hero had 8:club: , 5:spade: (straight, eight high).
      Outcome: Hero won $59.50
    • JurassicDaniel
      JurassicDaniel
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      Joined: 01.12.2007 Posts: 3,960
      Day 2+3

      Graph of the week:


      Summary:

      Im satisfied with the results but not with the quality of my game. I played to fast partly and missed things like handreading, planing the hand anad paying attentin to the betsizes.

      I improved other things like attacking weakness. In the next week I have the following goals:

      (1) paying attention to betsizes (goal of the month - poker)
      (2) play straightforward + set villain on the best possible hand (goals of the week - poker)
      (3) instant hand analyse (goal of the month - mental
      (4) take a deep breath after big pots (goal of the week - mental)
    • SherlockHolmes2ez
      SherlockHolmes2ez
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      Joined: 04.03.2012 Posts: 334
      Originally posted by JurassicDaniel
      Hello,

      my name is Daniel and Im 34 years old. I play poker since september 2007. I financed my first dollar by a freeroll tournament. I need about 3 weeks for this goal. I never made an deposit until now. After that I play sng´s for about 1,5 years. I changed to cashgame because I wanted to improve my postflop skills. Mainly I played SH and switched to HU NL50 - NL200 heads up.

      The challenge

      (1) How did I got to the challenge?
      In november 2011 I watched the first video of raskolnikov Simple Heads-up Poker. Hits way of thinking impressed me deeply. I could learn a lot from this video. I watched every video he published. I was very impressed of the 6 part video serie Champions Stand Up One More Time Than The Rest. In the 6 part he promted everyone to sent him application to become his next student. So I applyed and was choosed.

      (2) What are my expectation from the challenge?
      In 2007 I finished my study (business administration successfully. After that I never got a chance to work in the business. I just did some other jobs. In poker I was scared of losing much money so I stayed mainly on NL50 and didn´t climbed the ladder to higher limits. This project is the last chance to be successfull with poker. I will never be able to work in the personal area. Now I risk everything that I have and are sure that the risk is worth. Gordon wants to proof that everyone with a professional attitude can manage it to climb from NL50 to NL1000 within 1 year.

      (3) Heads up Mastermind
      I bought the "Heads up Mastermind" in april of this year. All my knowledge that I will get is from this course (+ Coaching with Gordon). Im positiv suprised how much my game had improved since april. I already watched the video series 2 times and will do it again and again until I got everything from this course.

      (4) Coachings with Gordon
      I had 3 coachings with gordon so far. My knowledge in particular areas has become much deeper. His way of thinking is very easy and you will get the maximum.

      Other matters:
      I will update this blog at least every 2nd day. Im glad on interesting discussions with you. Have fun with my blog.
      In heads up bet sizing is really important, like if you watched 2 months 2 million, there they crush viffer because viffer had a betsizing tell.
    • Piotr1993
      Piotr1993
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      Joined: 14.09.2011 Posts: 81
      Its gonna be rlly hard, unless u will play with agressive BR managment and get on an good upswing
    • JurassicDaniel
      JurassicDaniel
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      Joined: 01.12.2007 Posts: 3,960
      Day 4+5

      Poker Goals
      (1) paying attention to betsizes: I did it great in some spots. All in all Im not satisfied. I played too fast and was not concentrated. You get in a rush and cant stop it. One leak that I have to improve
      (2) play straightforward + set villain on the best possible hand
      I did it most of the time and get some good payouts. In some spots I played a little bit too tricky and missed at least 1 street of value.

      Mental goals (instant hand analyse)
      Checked the hands in the beginning of the session. Later in the session I was in the rush and didnt checked it.

      Other matters:
      In the next days I will buy a monitor for my notebook. It will be a desicion between this two:

      (1) LG IPS234V-PN
      (2) Dell U2312HM

      If you have any other suggestions please let me know.

      Hand of the day:
      Villain was not very aggressive. I think on the river we should make a small valuebet to get called from worse Jx. What do you think?

      PokerStars No-Limit Hold'em, $0.50 BB (2 handed) - PokerStars Converter Tool from http://www.flopturnriver.com

      Hero (SB) ($79.06)
      BB ($73.31)

      Preflop: Hero is SB with K, J
      Hero raises to $1.50, BB raises to $3, Hero calls $1.50

      Flop: ($6) J, 2, 5 (2 players)
      BB bets $3, Hero calls $3

      Turn: ($12) Q (2 players)
      BB bets $5.50, Hero calls $5.50

      River: ($23) 4 (2 players)
      BB checks, Hero ?
    • ains21
      ains21
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      Joined: 04.06.2011 Posts: 303
      I think I like maybe 13-14$ on the river for weaker Jx and some TT/99. His turn sizing seems too small for AJ/Qx if he is in any way competent, so more than happy to go for value here, esp. when he perceives missed draws.

      Good luck with challenge.
    • JurassicDaniel
      JurassicDaniel
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      Joined: 01.12.2007 Posts: 3,960
      Day 6+7

      Poker Goals
      (1) paying attention to betsizes: I improved more by coachings by gordon and make thinner valuebets on the flop and turn. Reading villains is easy because the tell you with their betsize what they most likely range ist. Another topic are the overbets on the river. I like them and they like me.
      (2) play straightforward + set villain on the best possible hand Do this until you have a reason not to do. When villain likes floating its better to cc turn and river. Normally player on nl50 dont bet the turn to light for value and dont attack weakness often enaugh. So playing straight is much better.

      Mental goals (instant hand analyse)
      By tooking up more time I was much better by marking hands and checking them instantly or later. Tilt was no topic in my last session.

      Other matters:
      I bought the Dell U2312HM. When I play on higher limits and earn more money I will buy a new computer. That will take at least 1 - 2 month.

      Hand of the day:
      Villain was unknown. What you barrel the river?

      Full Tilt Pot-Limit Hold'em, $0.50 BB (2 handed) - Full Tilt Converter Tool from http://www.flopturnriver.com

      Hero (SB) ($39)
      BB ($35)

      Preflop: Hero is SB with 4, A
      Hero raises to $1, BB calls $0.50

      Flop: ($2) 9, Q, 6 (2 players)
      BB checks, Hero bets $1.60, BB calls $1.60

      Turn: ($5.20) 10 (2 players)
      BB checks, Hero bets $4.15, BB calls $4.15

      River: ($13.50) J (2 players)
      BB checks, Hero ?

      Graph of the month:


      Goals for august:
      (1) Plan the hand and how many bets we want to invest (Poker - Goal): Before we make an action we should be aware how we should react to villains action. For example my line with TPWK is b/c, b/f/, check (depends on villain, board,...) I should also aks how many bets I will invest and which streets I will use.
      (2) instant hand analyse (Mental - Goal)
      Same goal like last month because Im not satisfied with myself.
    • JurassicDaniel
      JurassicDaniel
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      Joined: 01.12.2007 Posts: 3,960
      Day 8+9

      Poker Goals
      (1) Plan the hand and how many bets we want to invest: This goal works well. I tell myself how many bets I want to invest and how to play it. Its important to keep to this goal. For example I have a bad TP and are tempted to call a third barrel. Dont do that.

      (2) play straightforward + set villain on the best possible hand Im sometimes tempted not to play straightforward and be a little bit tricky. Stop it and follow your goals. So i lose some money and that is not good for my winnings.

      Mental goals (instant hand analyse)
      I did it sometimes and missed it sometimes. But it its an improvement to the past. On really big pots (> 50 BB) I should took some deep breath and that analyse that hand deeply to avoid tilt.

      Other matters:
      I played more than 1000 hands and had no big tilt. I was a little bit impatient but that was ok. Another thing I should pay more attention is to tooking up more time (at least 3 seconds for an action). Ok, I play some hands very automatic but I should always think about villains handranges. I will play less hands but my game improves more and that is the important thing.

      Hand of the day:
      Villain had a 3bet stat of 53 % and was a maniac. He barrelt without thinking. I called him down because his range is so wide and he is crazy.

      PokerStars No-Limit Hold'em, $0.50 BB (2 handed) - PokerStars Converter Tool from http://www.flopturnriver.com

      Hero (SB) ($62.07)
      BB ($24.52)

      Preflop: Hero is SB with 5, 5
      Hero raises to $1, BB raises to $2.50, Hero calls $1.50

      Flop: ($5) J, 4, 4 (2 players)
      BB bets $3, Hero calls $3

      Turn: ($11) 2 (2 players)
      BB bets $5, Hero calls $5

      River: ($21) 2 (2 players)
      BB bets $14.02 (All-In), Hero calls $14.02

      Total pot: $49.04 | Rake: $0.50

      Results below:

      Hero had 5, 5 (two pair, fives and fours).
      BB had A, 5 (two pair, fours and twos).
      Outcome: Hero won $48.54
    • Mbuto
      Mbuto
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      Joined: 28.06.2013 Posts: 56
      Originally posted by JurassicDaniel

      Mental goals (instant hand analyse)
      I did it sometimes and missed it sometimes. But it its an improvement to the past. On really big pots (> 50 BB) I should took some deep breath and that analyse that hand deeply to avoid tilt.

      Other matters:
      I played more than 1000 hands and had no big tilt. I was a little bit impatient but that was ok. Another thing I should pay more attention is to tooking up more time (at least 3 seconds for an action). Ok, I play some hands very automatic but I should always think about villains handranges. I will play less hands but my game improves more and that is the important thing.
      Hi, I think that is great advice, it's something I want myself to do as well.

      Sometimes I think about a hand for the next few orbits! Then it's sometimes better for me to just sit out (I Zoom) and look at the hand in HEM.

      If I played well despite a big loss in the hand, I can maybe console myself.

      The problem is if I played poorly (called without proper analysis for instance), then I can tilt no matter how much I analyse the hand ;-)

      Your advice about patience, handranges is gold, I think. Improvement is more important than volume and speed.

      Best of luck, I will follow your blog.
    • pockettones
      pockettones
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      Hey Daniel, I was wondering what site you are playing on? Your graph looks solid, keep up the good work and keep improving! Will follow your blog :) .
    • JurassicDaniel
      JurassicDaniel
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      Joined: 01.12.2007 Posts: 3,960
      Day 10 + 11

      Originally posted by Mbuto
      Hi, I think that is great advice, it's something I want myself to do as well.

      Sometimes I think about a hand for the next few orbits! Then it's sometimes better for me to just sit out (I Zoom) and look at the hand in HEM.

      If I played well despite a big loss in the hand, I can maybe console myself.

      The problem is if I played poorly (called without proper analysis for instance), then I can tilt no matter how much I analyse the hand ;-)

      Your advice about patience, handranges is gold, I think. Improvement is more important than volume and speed.

      Best of luck, I will follow your blog.
      Thanks, try your best and have your focus on learning.

      Originally posted by pockettones
      Hey Daniel, I was wondering what site you are playing on? Your graph looks solid, keep up the good work and keep improving! Will follow your blog :) .
      I play on 8 sites (stars, ftp,...).

      graph of the week


      goals of the week:
      I think 2 goals for a special time period is enaugh. In the last weeks I haven´t achieved my goals as planned. So I reduce my goals for a maximum of 2 and will adapt them from week to week.

      (1) tooking up time: In may I try to get the habit to have at least 5 seconds for an action an in 3bet pots at least 10 seconds. In gordon eyes that was too much time for 1 decision. So I started playing faster and faster. So I need about less than 1 seconds for an action. I think at least 3 seconds for an action are fine. So I dont play autopilot and make some thoughs like handreading, method of elimination,...

      (2) instant handanalyse: I played too fast so I didnt have enaugh time for checking or marking the hands instantly after played them. I will try my best to change this in the next weeks.
    • JurassicDaniel
      JurassicDaniel
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      Day 12 + 13

      Goals of the week
      (1) tooking up time: In the first 3 hours everyhing runs well. I took up enaugh time for handreading, planning,.... But I was not running like god and get a lot of suck outs. I was aware of getting tilt and tiltet. The good thing was. I did not make any big mistakes. Just started playing like speedy gonzales and was angry. I should have stopped playing and meditate for 5 minutes. But you now what happens when you are on tilt. Your emoitions are the lord of the situation. The funny thing is that I know I was on tilt but didnt stopped it. Another reason for tilt was that I checked my results while playing. That had just a bad effect on my emotions. Should never do it again. The good thing is, that I learned something from this situation and that is important. When you learn nothing its useless.
      (2) instant handanalyse: Its exactly the same like in goal 1. First I was great but than I played too fast and missed it. Have to work on this goal in the following days. That is why tooking up time is so important. Playing too fast just has the advantage that you play a lot of hands. But when you want to improve you have to play faster and think things like betsizing, handreading, planing, board textur,....

      Other matters:
      I got my new monitor. The Dell 2312 looks good and the picture is also good. The socket has a firm position and nothing shakes. In the next 1 or 2 month and will by a new computer. My notebook is not enaugh.

      hand of the day:
      Villain was unknown. Another example of overbetting the river. We have the 2ndNuts and I think Villain will call with any 2P, sets. I think I will post in the future more questionable hands.

      PokerStars No-Limit Hold'em, $0.50 BB (2 handed) - PokerStars Converter Tool from http://www.flopturnriver.com

      Hero (BB) ($52.36)
      SB ($47.50)

      Preflop: Hero is BB with Q, 9
      SB raises to $1, Hero calls $0.50

      Flop: ($2) 8, 4, J (2 players)
      Hero checks, SB bets $1, Hero calls $1

      Turn: ($4) K (2 players)
      Hero checks, SB checks

      River: ($4) 10 (2 players)
      Hero bets $2.50, SB raises to $6, Hero raises to $50.36 (All-In), SB calls $39.50 (All-In)

      Total pot: $95 | Rake: $0.50

      Results below:

      SB had J, K (two pair, Kings and Jacks).
      Hero had Q, 9 (straight, King high).
      Outcome: Hero won $94.50
    • Swish29
      Swish29
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      Joined: 06.04.2009 Posts: 263
      I would go for the Dell, I've got an LG and a Dell 24' myself and the Dell is much much better. But why do you go for 1920*1080 res and not 1920*1200? You say that you play on 8 sites, what is your current hardware? (Like, how many screens and what size) how many tables do you open per stakes? How do you organize all that?

      GL with your goals!
    • JurassicDaniel
      JurassicDaniel
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      Day 14 + 15

      Originally posted by Swish29
      I would go for the Dell, I've got an LG and a Dell 24' myself and the Dell is much much better. But why do you go for 1920*1080 res and not 1920*1200? You say that you play on 8 sites, what is your current hardware? (Like, how many screens and what size) how many tables do you open per stakes? How do you organize all that?

      GL with your goals!
      I bought the dell U2312 and Im very satisfied. I would buy it again and can recommend it to everyone. The screen is so big that all tables fit in it.

      Goals of the week
      (1) tooking up time: After all this dark days I could see the sun today. I took up my time, played well and considered all important things like handreading, paying attention to betsizes, planning the hand,.... I felt great after the day. I had the same results like the day before but my feelings were much more positive.
      (2) instant handanalyse: I could do this more often because I took up more time and the tilt was banned. I had a short period of time when I played faster and and could compare this with the time of tooking up more time and the result is that when I took up my time my game was much better.

      Other matters:
      While waiting for villains I do some exercises in chess to improve my game (after finished all poker stuff). In the last weeks when I played chess online or with my father in law I missed the positional things and just concentrated on tactical things. Now I work again the book of Jeremy Silman and Herman Grooten. Very fantastic books. If anyone wants to play a chess game with me you can find me on chess.com, chesscube, schacharena and onlineschach.eu.

      hand of the day:

      Villain was unknown (just 10 hands). I should have shoved the turn because better hands like 99 would fold and worse draw could call.

      Merge Network $0.25/$0.50 No Limit Hold'em - 2 players - View hand 2278288
      http://www.*************.com/?referrer=converter_dc Hand History Converter

      BTN/SB: $31.00
      Hero (BB): $50.00

      Pre Flop: ($0.75) Hero is BB with 6 :spade: A :spade:
      BTN/SB raises to $1.50, Hero calls $1

      Flop: ($3.00) 3 :spade: Q :spade: 4 :diamond: (2 players)
      Hero checks, BTN/SB bets $3.00, Hero raises to $9.00, BTN/SB calls $6

      Turn: ($21.00) T :heart: (2 players)
      Hero checks, BTN/SB bets $10.50, Hero folds
    • JurassicDaniel
      JurassicDaniel
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      Day 16 + 17

      Graph of the week:


      Summary:
      I would call the week of tilt. There was just 1 day where I played well and considered things like handreading, paying attention to betsizes or instand handanalyses. Beside from this I didnt make big mistakes.

      Goals for the week:
      (1) tooking up time: I had big problems this week and was not able to improve in learning as much as I wanted. So this goal will be the same like last week.
      (2) instant handanalyse: By playing too fast I had not enaugh time for checking the hands I played. This will be my main goal for next week. The reason for this is cause by doing this I can reduce the danger to get on tilt.
    • fusionpk
      fusionpk
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      Joined: 21.01.2010 Posts: 1,683
      I have the Dell U2711 it's pretty sick. Planning to get another soon.

      A4hh hand, do you like your turn barrel? You pick up good equity I agree but you also have next to no fold equity, you arn't bluffing so many rivers & the equity you picked up does not put you infront of his range?
    • JurassicDaniel
      JurassicDaniel
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      Joined: 01.12.2007 Posts: 3,960
      Day 18 + 19

      Originally posted by fusionpk
      I have the Dell U2711 it's pretty sick. Planning to get another soon.

      A4hh hand, do you like your turn barrel? You pick up good equity I agree but you also have next to no fold equity, you arn't bluffing so many rivers & the equity you picked up does not put you infront of his range?
      Yeah, the dell monitors seems to be all fantastic. I will buy another one when there is a need. Which hand do you mean?

      Goals of the week
      (1) tooking up time: I had the days of changes. Some time I took up my time and than I started playing faster. Than I played slower again..... As Grindcore advised: "Its important to force yourself to take two seconds to think about all options". For me that were 3 seconds. I think the longer I play the faster I can make my descisions. Learing is more important than winnings in the beginning. Just the learner will have big winnings in the future.
      (2) instant handanalyse: In the first session I did a great job. Than I neglected this goal and I had my tilt periods. But it was an improvement and that is important.

      Other matters
      I had sweet session with gordon after 1 week and could learn some things. I also improved my chess skills. The topic was rooks on open lines and how to conquer it.

      hand of the day:
      First hand and my draw dominated villains draw. A good example why its important to play your Ah draw fast.

      Full Tilt Pot-Limit Hold'em, $0.50 BB (2 handed) - Full Tilt Converter Tool from http://flopturnriver.com/

      Hero (SB) ($39)
      BB ($35)

      Preflop: Hero is SB with A, 6
      Hero raises to $1, BB calls $0.50

      Flop: ($2) 8, 10, 5 (2 players)
      BB checks, Hero bets $1.50, BB raises to $4, Hero raises to $12, BB raises to $34 (All-In), Hero calls $22

      Turn: ($70) 2 (2 players, 1 all-in)

      River: ($70) A (2 players, 1 all-in)

      Total pot: $70 | Rake: $0.50

      Results below:

      Hero had A, 6 (flush, Ace high).
      BB had 9, J (high card, Ace).
      Outcome: Hero won $69.50
    • JurassicDaniel
      JurassicDaniel
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      Day 20 + 21

      Goals of the week
      (1) tooking up time: I was moody and had my good times and my bad times. In the last quater of the session I played really well. Before this I was on tilt, played to fast and made some stupid mistakes. I will pay attention by awareness on this goal and try to count until 3 when I stard playing.
      (2) instant handanalyse: By playing too fast I missed it again and hope to improve much more in the future.

      Other matters
      One reason for tilt is my ego. After 10 hands I should make an short villain analyse if this villain will be a good customer. But when I lose for example 10 $ I want my money back and play him altough I shouldn´t do that because my edge is not so big. And on NL50 there are so many fish that I dont have to compete with him. This will be one goal for the next days.

      hand of the day:
      Villain was unknown. What would be your plan on the flop and turn?

      PokerStars No-Limit Hold'em, $0.50 BB (2 handed) - PokerStars Converter Tool from http://www.flopturnriver.com

      Hero (BB) ($50.91)
      SB ($28.06)

      Preflop: Hero is BB with Q, A
      SB raises to $1, Hero raises to $5, SB calls $4

      Flop: ($10) 7, 4, 7 (2 players)
      Hero bets $5, SB raises to $10, Hero ?