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July 2nd, 2011
The message is clear: plan with attitude, prepare with aptitude, participate with servitude, receive with gratitude, and this should be enough to separate you from the multitudes. - Krish Dhanam
July 1st, 2011
Here is the real deal: Poker is about proving yourself through results. Play well, you win money. Win the money, be successful in the long run, and you have proven yourself by definition. Tell everyone how great you play, and all you have done is proven yourself to be a jerk. - Annie Duke
June 30th, 2011
General tournament strategy can best be characterized by two words: discipline and opportunism. - Michael Cappelletti
June 28th, 2011
Everybody does the things that top people do occasionally. Top people do these things all of the time. - Brian Tracy
June 27th, 2011
Accept the fact that poker is a long-run game and that your primary objective is to get your money in with as big an overall edge as you possibly can. - Roy Cooke
June 26th, 2011
Money management was always the thing that slowed me from becoming a truly great poker player. I would suggest that other players adhere to bankroll management. If you are good, you will break through. If not, at least you'll know where you stand for sure rather than gambling with a good portion of your money. - Mike "SowersUNCC" Sowers
June 25th, 2011
To be a winner, a man has to feel good about himself and know he has some kind of advantage going in. I never made bets on even chances. Smart is better than lucky. - Titantic Thompson
June 24th, 2011
Cultivate your curiosity. Keep it sharp and always working. Consider curiosity your life preserver, your willingness to try something new. Second, enlarge your enthusiasm to include the pursuit to excellence, following every task through to completion. Third, make the law of averages work for you. By budgeting your time more carefully than most people, you can make more time available. Does the combination of curiosity, enthusiasm, and the law of averages guarantee success? Indeed, it does not! ... Success in the final analysis always involves luck or the element of chance.... [However] chance favors the prepared mind. - John W. Hanley
June 23rd, 2011
Poker reveals to the frank observer something else of import—it will teach him about his own nature. Many bad players do not improve because they cannot bear self-knowledge. - David Mamet
June 22nd, 2011
Amateurs overemphasize luck and pros overemphasize skill. It takes both to win. - Tex Sheahan
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