3 Steps To Winning At Poker - The Making Of A Professional

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This video teaches you how to win at poker and where the money comes from. My goal is to show you what really drives profit in poker and help mold your thought processes into that of a winning player.

Video correction: at 4:38, the math should be (500+500) - (500+500) = 0, not 500+500 - 500+500 = 0. Sorry for the typo.

If you learn to think the correct way and truly understand the underlying cause and effect of how money is made, specific poker strategy will not only come more naturally to you, but developing a plan for every hand you play will become infinitely easier. So, if you are tired of getting lost during a poker hand, wondering what went wrong, and how you are either losing money or not winning as much as you think you should, then this video is for you.

Before you learn how to actually play poker, there are a three key concepts that you must to understand. In fact, you can study strategy until you are blue in the face, but if you fail to understand any of the 3 concepts in this video, your potential will be severely limited. The first one, and the most important, is something very few poker players will ever really grasp. In fact, it boggles my mind how big of an enigma it seems to be for the vast majority of anyone who wants to learn how to play poker. And that is where the money actually comes from. After all the hands are played, and all is said and done, once the long term is reached.. how the heck does anyone show a profit? Well, truth is, very few actually do. Due to rake and a number of other factors, very few people actually win money at poker over a significant sample size of hands. Estimate range from as low as 3%, but in reality the number is likely is the 8% to 10% range. So yes, at least 90% of people who ever play poker for real money, will be losers. But you don't have to become a statistic. There are things you can learn, that most people are not talking about, that will give you an edge over everyone who refuses to acknowledge or learn the information. That is what this video is all about. First of all, let me get something out of the way. You do not profit in poker from making big hands and then getting paid off. Everyone wins money in these spots. I am not saying that maximizing your profit when you make a big hand is not important. It is. We need to maximize profit is all areas of our game. What I am saying is that winning money and making money are two different things.Just because you got AA all-in preflop versus KK in a specific hand does not mean you won anything. In fact, since everyone would gladly get KK all-in pre-flop, you actually made $0. Every player will pick up the same amount of AA, KK, QQ, hit the same number of sets or two pairs.. these hands are easy to play. In fact, it's really hard to misplay these hands. Therefore, there is very little room for actual profit when you have a strong hand. Put another way, if every player plays exactly 1 million hands in their career and makes $500 with their big pairs, and $500 with their flopped nut hands, then nobody makes anything, since in order to make $500, each person has to take $500 from the player pool!

So where does the money come from in poker? It comes from winning more battles, both big and small, than your opponents win. Over the long term, the players who maximize the best in the most overall battles, will be the ones who profit.

Here are the three specific things you can do today to take action and become a better
1. Focus on the fundamentals and putting yourself in good situations. Actively work on improving your play in the so-called marginal spots that everyone else thinks is boring. Seek out profit where no one else is looking.
2. Avoid playing in games where there isn't at least 1 really bad player in the two seats to your right, or at least two bad players on the table. The more bad players the better.
3. Don't change your play based on recent results. Try to think of every hand as just being one in a billion spots just like this that you will play over the long term. Keep perspective and you have a great chance of conquering, or at least, avoiding tilt.

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Here is a link to info on a concept used in the video called reciprocality: