Most of the money you'll win at poker comes not from the brilliance of your own play, but from the ineptitude of your opponents. - Poker For Dummies
A patient poker player knows the cards will come to him eventually. That is a proven fact. - Andy Nelson
Victory won't come find you. You must seize it.... No doubt. No hesitation. No mercy.... Victory is black and white. - Nike Ad
When you're up against a maniac, don't take control of the game. Let them bet for you, let them build up the pot for you. - Edwin Silberstang Sometimes, your opponent becomes your own best weapon against him.
Sometimes the mind will tell you there's no point in even trying. But you don't have to believe every thought that comes into your mind. - Eckhart Tolle
You don't have to be the best player to win, but you can beat the best by willpower, by doing continually what you're supposed to do to the very limit of your ability. Poker is like everything else in this life: almost any goal is attainable, and the only time you fail is when you give up. - Jay Heimowitz
If you never look stupid, you're probably pretty stupid. In other words, if you don't have the guts to go with your reads and make a crazy play every now and then, you're probably not a very good player. Obviously, you are going to be wrong sometimes, but poker is a game of incomplete information. There is no way to know what the other guy has. - Alex "AJKHoosier1" Kamberis
To go from decent to profitable, all you have to do is learn the game: maximize winnings and minimize losses. But to become great... you have to be able to read people. That's what puts you over the top. - Andy Bellin
Desire is the starting point of all achievement, not a hope, not a wish, but a keen pulsating desire which transcends everything. - Napoleon Hill Then you have to back it up with work and focus.
Game selection to me is not so much about getting in games when I have way the best of it as it is about getting out of games when I don't. - Tommy Angelo Leaving a game is often your most profitable play.
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