Taking a break from the game of poker is rarely discussed in gaming publications. However, strange as it may seem at first blush, it can be essential to success at the poker table.
Another evening, when Lucy and I had dinner at the El Coyote Mexican Restaurant in Los Angeles (our favorite), instead of discussing strategy and tactics, we got into an interesting conversation about taking a break from the poker table. I wanted to tell him about an experienced poker player – call him Joe – who takes frequent breaks, and almost always at the wrong times as far as his best poker interests are concerned. But first, let’s go over the whole idea of taking a break.
After playing for a while, every Evodomino Poker player should take a break from play. He left the table for, maybe, 10-15 minutes. During that time, he may go to the restroom or take a short walk in the fresh air to freshen up. Some feel the need to smoke.
After suffering a big defeat on the hand or a bad knock on the river, some players just want to move away from the table to avoid tipping. They feel the need to gain better control over their emotions; it can save a lot of valuable chips. It may take determination to get up from the table and walk away for a while.
It is okay. But what I observed, it turns out, is that he doesn’t pay attention to where he is when he is resting – often at the wrong times in my opinion. Lucy agreed. My rule is never to take a break before a position is too late – Button, Cut-off, and Hi-Jack.
What’s more, Joe often takes breaks during the Aces-Cracked bonus period. He lost his chance to get lucky and win a $ 100 bonus. Makes me wonder: Maybe Joe is actually PokerPigeon.
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