This is how I stay off of tilt: I play 4-12 tables at the same time like a robot, very mechanical and straight forward. I am hypothetically-oriented as opposed to results-oriented. If I played a hand perfect but some kid lucks out on I could care less. Even if I just won a big pot I will be mad at myself if I had a misread on someone and tried to pull a risky check-raise after hitting my flush but the guy checked it down. I trust mathematics, and that in the long run I know it will even out, maybe not in 1,000 hands or even 20,000 but after 100,000 hands your profit is a very straight line. Don’t be mad when people chase you down and catch incredible outs; that is how you are making money, smile quietly to yourself because you know you will have it in the end. Every time they make a call without the correct odds you earn a tiny bit of money.
Focus all your skills on 1 specific type of poker. Lots of beginning players jump around to wherever there mood takes them that particular day. They might go from limit ring to multi-table tournaments, to no limit, and then randomly play some heads up when they think they’ve found a newbie player. Instead, stick to one thing and master it. This is similar to wanting to spread your skills between the different games like Omaha, hold’ em, and stud. There always many games of whatever you want available online. You do not want to be a “jack of all trades”, you want to be a Poker Master, hold’ em specifically.
Almost anytime you are playing noticeably different something is wrong, you have not had any poker eye-opener, and you are on tilt. Real learning is gradual.
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