Hi Everybody, In my January 31 Chat Session Frosortha from Scotland and Donald from Berkeley said that tilt was a significant problem. Many people feel the same way. So I’ll start with a statement you may dislike: Tilt is rarely the most important emotional control problem. Much more money is lost through less dramatic control failures. Tilt happens infrequently, and it rarely lasts long. Other emotional control problems occur every day or even every hand. The most common and expensive emotional mistakes are playing too many hands and chasing too much. Everybody knows they should be tighter, but make those mistakes for emotional reasons. They cost far more than tilt. Let’s compare poker to health: Which is a more serious...
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