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Poker Mistakes
Playing Too Many Hands
This is most likely the most common mistake you see at the tables.  It is an absolute fact that most poker players are too loose with their starting hand selection.
This means you should have a distinct advantage over all of them if your opponents are playing hands that don’t have much in terms of expected value.  However,
if you play this way with them, you lose your edge and will surely spew your money away.  To combat these overly loose players, you’ve got to stick with premium hands
especially when you’re at full table.  In short-handed games, you can afford to open up a little bit but the more players, the tighter your hands should be. 
Say you limp in with bad cards in hopes of hitting something on the flop. But you don’t.  All those blinds add up. If you do it 25 times over 3 hours, guess what? 
You just blew 50 bucks without even losing a big pot.  If you do this 4 times a week, that $100 off of your bottom line. At an 8-player table, focus on playing hands like pocket pairs,
suited connectors, A-X suited, or two face cards.  Leave the junk hands like K-4, 5-8, 6-2, and 10-7 alone.  Just fold them pre-flop and save your money for when you actually have something.
Seems easy right?  Then why do so many people make this foolish fundamental error? The reason most people play too many hands is because they want action.               
Who wants to sit there and wait forever until they get good cards?  The person who wants to win does.  You must be patient.  If you’re playing good solid poker, you should often be bored. 
That’s right, bored.  You just don’t get that many playable hands in a given game most of the time. That’s a fact.
Playing Position Poorly
Every credible poker book out there preaches the importance of being in good position.  Positioning is the single most important factor in this game. 
When you have good position, you get to see what your opponents do before you have to act giving you more information with which to base your decisions on.
Based on their behavior and betting, you can make an informed decision about what you want to do.  Everyone checks to you?  Take a stab and try to steal the pot.
A player bets and is raised?  Get out of there.  It’s that simple.  Good positioning is also known as late positioning and this simply means you act last on all betting rounds.
The mistake most players make is playing the cards without considering their positioning. For instance, the way to play pocket Aces in the big blind is totally different
than the way to play it on the button.  In late position, you obviously raise, in early position, you can call and then re-raise if someone shows aggression later on.
This goes for all starting hands and all positions.  Your basic strategy should be to play more starting hands from a later position and do so aggressively.
Your bluffing should also happen when you have good positioning.  Why? Because that’s when you’ll have the most information on the players at the table.
In early positioning you want to play FEWER hands because your options are limited. However, if you happen to raise pre-flop and are first to act,
this is a good bluffing opportunity because you have the first chance to do so.
Being Too Predictable
While you play, you should be studying your opponents.  You need to realize that your smarter opponents are studying you as well.  What does this mean for your game? 
Simply stated, you can not afford to become predictable.  When you become predictable you can’t win, because whenever you get good cards, you just won’t get any action. 
When your weak, you will get pushed around.  How do you avoid this?  Analyze your own game.  Identify your betting patterns and change them from time to time.  Just mix things up. 
Bet the same amounts whether you have suited connectors or pocket Aces.  Eliminate all the consistencies in your betting and your opponents won’t be able to figure you out.
Getting Too Emotional
Emotional control is a big part of poker. You’ve got to be able to “let go” and become unattached from the outcome of the game.  If you become to involved emotionally, you can’t win.
Emotions do tend to run high in this game as your mixing luck, money and machismo into one game. This could be a recipe for disaster for most players.
You need to have in the back of your mind that the worst is possible.  You will experience bad beats and lost hands on the river.  If you expect this can happen,
you won’t because distraught when it does happen and you can succeed.  If you forget these things and you forget about being logical, you can not win. 
You must stay in control of yourself and your emotions.  By doing this, you can avoid going on tilt which is the single biggest bankroll drain there is. 
Be focused on playing your best and eventually the result will show.
picking a game
Player search.
Many poker rooms offer you the ability to search for specific players. These means that you should use this feature to your advantage and take a note of every bad player you come across,
and search for him or her before you sit down at the tables. This way you can guarantee yourself to be playing against at least one bad player, instead of taking a chance on a table of unknowns.
Time of play and table selection.



A second factor that can influence the profitability of the tables is the time at which you are play poker. Many online players will play poker for the entertainment factor,
and will not be playing solely for the money. This means that if we time our play in conjunction with the time the casual players participate,
then we can avoid more of the sharks and sit down with the fish.
The average working timetable for a person that plays online poker is likely to be 9AM to 5PM on weekdays.
Therefore if we want to maximize our chances of playing with these recreational players then we should sit down at the tables after 6PM on weekdays,
and at any time during the weekends. In addition people will often play poker after having a drink, which will alter their play for the worse.
The time at which the drunk poker players are likely to be sitting down at the tables is during the evenings.
sitting to the right of the biggis stack at a cash table i will never sit to the Left of the big stack it will be a hard seat to make money from
but if you have Position on the big stack it is easyer