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After a few years break, I’ve been getting back into Poker again. I dropped out about 5 or 6 years ago after a particularly bad losing run playing $100/$200 buy in NL and up to 15/30 LHE. Since then I’ve been tinkering away at low limits, no confidence and getting nowhere, playing too many hands, no focus and generally out of control. So I recently joined DC. I’ve been reconsidering my game and subscribed to From the Ground ... <a href="/blogs/blueeyes55/35011-Off-We-Go-Again">(continued)</a>
OK so recently poker has been very frustrating for me, having played 55k hands at .25/.50 6max LHE beating that for just over 2BB/100 then moving upto .50/1 and breaking even for 30k hands I couldn’t stand the varience anymore. Or at least I thought. The problem was I was trying to make as much money as possible instead of focusing on becoming a better player, sure I watched a load of training videos specific to the game I was playing ... <a href="/blogs/empathica/25181-Day-1">(continued)</a>
Iâ€™m taking a couple of days off playing, as I mentioned in my last post, so I thought it would also be good to go back and review my fundamentals, so Iâ€™m re-watching tubasteve and n0wheremanâ€™s awesome series â€˜From The Ground Upâ€™. Itâ€™s probably been the most helpful video series Iâ€™ve watched so far on DC. I LOVE episode 3, where the guys go into so much depth about c-betting, board textures, bet-sizing on the ... <a href="/blogs/thelynchmob/794-From-The-Ground-Up">(continued)</a>