Poker players know how hard it is to fold pocket aces. I call that learning to release that which no longer serves you.
Poker training and poker coaching has enriched my life and teaches me more about life every day. Letting go in life is like folding a losing hand.
Poker training and coaching is first about you. Secondly, it is about the other players. Lastly, it is about the cards. One of the exercises to help draw abundance to you, even at the poker table is a 40-day gratitude journal. Take a look at one entry from one of my poker-coaching clients that cracked me up.
Women poker tournaments interest you? Are you in the Southern California area? Go to The Bicycle Casino in Bell Gardens on Sunday, November 14, 1 pm for a Ladies International Poker Series event during the North American Poker Tour.
Determining a smart bankroll for playing live, cash poker games is a simple matter. It is not rocket science, and it can make the difference between setting yourself to win or lose.
Poker lessons come out of the woodwork for me. That’s what happened with this silly cat video that’s been viewed over 18 million times. I wonder how many of those people saw a poker or life lesson in it?
Poker players’ number one question is, “Should I check, call, raise or fold?” Knowing when to use each of these tactics correctly is critical to your overall success as a winning poker player. It’s that simple.
Poker mindset coach, Donna Blevins, tells a story about the 1998 WSOP Main Event Championship that will put a smile on your face.
Poker players often exist in the middle of a whirlwind of emotions. They are ecstatic when they win and bummed when they lose. The rub is that if you are a tournament poker player, the vast majority of the time you lose. You can turn even your losses into wins.
Does your image at a live poker table matter? Of course, it does, just like it matters in any other business or personal relationship.
Once the word image just referred to dressing for success, now we realize that it is so much more.