Learning To Learn - Leak Fixing

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Schnitzelfisch continues his 'learning to learn' series. In this video we learn how to learn to fix our leaks.


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  • fitzinator18


    The latest in the 'learning to learn' series by Schnitzelfisch. Enjoy!

    As always please leave suggestions and feedback in the comments section below!
  • leandroLP


    nice one
  • barbeysize


    great as always!
  • BigAl123456


    Another awesome video man.
  • twi57ed


    Great video! ty!
  • L0rdPh1l


    Wie ich bei der dritten folie denke mein Bildschirm ist verdreckt und drüber wische. (oben links) :-)
  • Pumper247


    nice video!
  • BigFish2010


    Great video ! Keep 'em coming ;)
  • luckyfoxcub


    thanks for the video! I liked its design and logic
  • Mantelo


    I must admit that You are one of the most influenced coaches in my play & life generally :) Really like that You came to PS! And about the video.. You suggest to take hand reviews half an hour after the session, but what happens to me is that after I finish playing I'm too tired to get into deep thinking & hand review is the last thing I want to make.
    Maybe you have any advice on that?
  • Schnitzelfisch


    Hey there Mantelo,

    thank you for the kind compliments.

    I think it's ok to do hand reviews at a later time as well (next morning for example, or even every few days), although this depends from person to person.

    The two things that you want to prevent from happening are:

    1. your "to review" hands piling up, which will result in you not reviewing them

    2. forgetting about the specific situations, game dynamics etc. which might be relevant

    So I would still try to do the reviews ASAP, preferably within a couple of days.

    I hope this helps,

  • Schnitzelfisch


    Hey there Mantelo,

    I think it's ok to review the hands the next morning/in a couple of days as well, but of course this depends a lot from person to person (how many hands they want to review, how good of a memory they have, etc.).

    There are 2 things that you generally want to avoid:

    1. Forgetting about the game dynamics/specific situations/reads which influenced your decision

    2. Too "to review" hands piling up, which will result in procrastination and frustration (and possibly not reviewing them at all)

    So I think it's ok to do them any time you want, but the sooner the better.

  • sipox


    I have to say this series of videos is the most valuable series I have ever found here in PokerStrategy. Thank you very much for this, congratulations for a great job! This is definitely they key knowledge I needed to get before studying deepder concepts. You need to learn how to learn before you actually start learning :)
  • Torcato


    Always amazing!
  • Laci24


    Thank you for the video! :)