Simply put, everyone needs proper bankroll management in order to achieve long term success in poker. In fact, not having a solid bankroll strategy is the #1 reason most poker players don’t make it.
For many poker players this can be one of the biggest hurdles they face when starting off with studying tournament poker. However, while ICM may seem very complicated and difficult, it’s actually much easier to study than you may think.
In this article we’ll be breaking down (as objectively as possible) whether or not you’re ready for a poker course. We’ll also cover how to choose the right one, and what amount of money you should be willing to invest in your poker career based on where your bankroll is at right now.
Do you remember the famous scene in the movie Rounders where Teddy KGB out-flops Mike McDermott’s top two pair with a straight, but Mike lays down his hand because he spots Teddy’s Oreo tell? Well, don’t do that.
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In poker and in life, doing less of something might often be a lot more critical to your success than doing more. The simple fact is, everyone doesn’t start from the same baseline when striving for a goal.
Although poker has shifted dramatically towards GTO principles and solver-based study in recent years, the simple fact is that most players still do not understand how to avoid being exploited.
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