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Players who tilt will fail in the long run
No psychological aspect of poker has a greater impact on your success than your susceptibility to going on tilt.
The many aspects of "tilting" will
be the subject of this guide. We will abstain from any further
introduction, as anyone who has played the game is familiar with the
problem of "tilt".
The topic is real. It's a subject you can't avoid,
if you want to take poker seriously. Once you have reached a certain
level, your poker career will depend on your ability to manage this
aspect of the game. If you are prone to going on tilt and cannot manage
to keep yourself under control, you'll end up making very little
profit, if any.
Am I exaggerating? Not at all. The ability to manage a tilt phase becomes more and more important as the technical of abilities of the players becomes more equal - which will be the case once you have reached the middle limits.
Once you can no longer depend on the technical superiority of your playing compared to that of your opponents, variance and its accompanying swings will become a bigger part of the game. Your mental strength, that is, your tilt-resistance and the ability to keep a cool head under pressure, will grow in importance. To put it short: your psychological disposition/attitude increases in significance.
Clearly, a player must work on developing the
psychological and mental aspects of his game. This development goes
hand in hand with your own personality and characteristics. How you and
opponents handle your personality and personal weaknesses make up one
the most fascinating aspects of poker.
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