King Jack, RIM, King King Jack discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

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Above the rim often enough. Yeah, I think it's also kind of a limit to that, too, because there are players out there who beat themselves up when they make mistakes, right? And being comfortable with the fact that you're going to make mistakes and using it as a learning opportunity and realizing it was a mistake marking it and then learning so that you don't make that mistake is way more valuable than you want to feel some sort of pain, but you know I'm going to kill yourself over it, right? The stakes are so subjective. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I know 6s has his nights where he likes to sip whisky and go through his shitty hand tag on. You know, it is. Put on some sad music and I've had so many sessions where I'm playing and I'm like, just kidding, it's destroyed. Click any right buttons, can't do anything right. And I walk away feeling like, oh my God, I've played like trash. Why? I play so bad. And now look at the next day. And every single spot, I made the right decision. And it's just like and it just, no matter how experienced you are. When you're playing poker, when you're in it, it's really hard to evaluate your decision making because you can feel like you're playing like trash and you're actually playing really well and you can feel like you're playing really well and you're playing like trash. So. Yeah, how about I can't tell you how many times I've gotten some coaching on my car I own this game I'm dangling on the ground right now and then I win a tournament like shortly thereafter and I'm like this is the best hand history I've ever put out and you look at it and there's some hands and then you're like, I don't even know who this person playing is right now like I don't remember doing this. I do not say it's really important to be subjective and to get other eyes on it and take those looks. On ignition you get the test results back. A day after you take the test. Sure. Sure. Yeah, yeah. We have somebody with a handout. We do it. I'll bring them up. Hi there. Hey, welcome. That's the slowest topic you guys talking about with regards to the making mistakes. So in my specific game, I constantly see myself making it like I know it's a fold and I keep making the call and it's like I definitely know it's a fold and then I'm like I'll it'll happen in the game I'll realize it and then you know maybe like 30 minutes later I do the same thing and it's just like it just keeps happening and I don't know how to sort it out. I don't know if I'm just sort of gotten myself to the point where I'm just sort of burnt out and I can't quite make all the right decisions or it's like trying to force a win that's the kind of mistakes that I keep making. I don't know if other people have dealt with something like that. Is this like extremely loud to anyone else? It's a little loud, but let me turn it down. I think we're here okay. What do you think about that? The guy who keeps touching the iron. Yeah. I would question how well you know that specific spot. And because it's easy to get fooled, right? Where you're like, I know I should fold. And then you call and you lose. Or maybe the decision in real time is like close. And you call, and then you see the bad news. And then the thought comes, oh, I know I should have said that. I know I should have told you, right? To basically be more process oriented. Instead of results oriented. And just try to make the best decision you can with the information that you have in front of you. And to me, it's like, you never have this problem when you're under the gun with 70s off. If you've been trained and you know what you should be doing, you know what the right decision is. So to me, it's more training, more investigation, just from a technical standpoint. Which I know you're more of a mindset, but in technical, I think. Well, like, so an example hand we one way on project ten blocked up two pair on Jack ten, 5, and then it comes at king, and I re raise the flop and I'm against a player who I know will just like, you know, it's low stakes. So he's going to fall, so I raise the flop quite big calls, turn comes and a bit, and he calls very quickly. And the turn was a king and the river was another king, and then I checked the river in any bits out, and against this player profile, it's almost never a bluff. But in this spot, I've got Jack ten on what's effectively now king king Jack ten 5. I essentially have the nut blockers to the fore house. So I mean, yeah, but I told Chris he had king Jack, but I'm like, I know I should fold. I know I should fold. And I'm like, oh, whatever I call. And then obviously he's got king Jack. That's the sort of scenario. I know what the right decision is. I said to myself, in the moment, and then I still do the other thing. So I don't know if I've got some other kind of weird motivation that I'm that I'm doing in my game. Yeah, I mean, it could be fear of being wrong, right? Fear of folding and them having a bluff. Or something like that. Yeah, it could be something too of like almost like wanting to see the car wreck, right? Like, you know, you know, you know, but you have to see to confirm and. You know? So yeah, I mean, one thing that sticks out in my mind that I tell some message is, you know, do what you know. If it's the right move, make the right move. Keep making the right move over and over again, you can't not be profitable. That you feel before you make your decision too. What does it feel like? What are you experiencing? How are you internalizing that experience through your central nervous system? Because building awareness around how you're doing where you make that decision is the first thing that can give you clarity as to what's going on. Maybe just some journaling around that to see if that trust your instincts. Cool, thanks for that. Thanks, guys. Thank you. Good question, man. Thanks. All right. Let's see. Now I believe we have some questions in the thread I'll get to this question that we have here in the grant. For realism since he'll be able to check this out. Can you play? So it's questioning a few of your plan to explain you got excited and someone when there was a men buying it. That was inherently a sign of the fish. Could you talk about that? I only played live two 5, but typically mid buy and 60 BDs. The max volume is 200°, and a lot of people do that. I find often don't protect well against doubling yup. So in under an hour, I'm pretty reliably at times it is. Am I being for sure spring this up? Or is this just something to become the lead against better than.

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