Daniel Negreanu Interview Fail

Published on Feb 2013 by Pokerlistings

One interview with Daniel Negreanu that failed badly.

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Keep Accurate, Honest Records – How Not to Suck at Poker Ep. 9 03:12

Keep Accurate, Honest Records – How Not to Suck at Poker Ep. 9

Not keeping a record of your wins and losses at the poker table is one of the biggest ways people suck at poker. In the penultimate episode of our beginner strategy video series How Not to Suck at Poker we teach you the easiest ways to get started tracking your poker results. It's as easy as jotting down a few notes on your phone or in a journal after each session but it's something most poker players fail to do well. Watch the video to find out the most critical information you should be recording, plus a few more detailed statistics you can use to figure out where your profits are coming from and where your losses are greatest. Video Transcript: Most recreational poker players try keep a running tally of how much they’re winning and losing but the truth is, people naturally downplay their losses and only remember their wins. There’s lot of people out there who believe they're breaking even or better. If they kept good records they’d be forced to be honest with themselves and work on improving their game. And if you’ re actually a winning player, you need good records to figure out how much you’re winning and where your profits are coming from. If you’re only playing online poker, tracking your results is really easy. Buy a quality software program like PokerTracker or Hold’em Manager and check out the articles PokerListings.com for detailed instructions on how to use it. Live poker results are a lot harder to keep track of and since a lot of players are just taking cash straight out of their bank account to play each session, this is where most rec players get into trouble. The easiest way to get started is to buy a simple journal and write down the most important information about your poker session every time you play.At the very least you should keep track of how much you win and lose each day as well as a running total of your all-time wins or losses. Once you’ve played for a few months you’ll start to get a clear idea of whether you’re winning or losing.

George 'jorj95” Lind's Top 5 Beginner Online Sit-and-Go Mistakes 03:11

George 'jorj95” Lind's Top 5 Beginner Online Sit-and-Go Mistakes

George Lind III is part of Team PokerStars Online and has made a living playing online poker for more than a decade. He plays online as jorj95 and specializes in hyper-turbo sit and gos. In this free poker strategy video George explains the five most common mistakes he sees bad players making everyday in online SNGs. These tips are designed to give beginners a starting point to take their poker games to the next level. After you watch the video, browse the PokerListings strategy section for tons more free poker strategy. Video Transcript: #5 - Playing Too Many Hands in Early Stages: Early in tournaments you really don't want to be three-betting light really at all, especially at the lower stakes because you don't want to end up in a coin-flip situation when you're going to have such better opportunities with premium hands. #4 - Playing Too Passively as the Short Stack: A lot of the time when you're the short stack you want to take some risks because you're just never going to find that good of a spot and if you don't you're just going to blind out of the tournament. Once you get to eight or ten big blinds you start shoving or folding always instead of limping or raising and then folding. #3 - Taking Unnecessary Risks as the Medium Stack: When you're the medium stack your goal is to try to bust the shortstacks, not get into a war with the big stack. As the second-biggest stack you have a lot of equity in the tournament and you don't gain nearly enough to make it worth the risk. #2 - Not Putting On Enough Pressure as the Big Stack: Your goal as the chip leader is to leverage your stack by shoving into your opponents a lot because they can't call with very many hands and you can build your stack without much risk. #1 - Playing Stakes You Can't Beat: I recommend absolutely crushing a stake before trying to move up. It's really important to be cognizant of what level you can beat. Don't let your ego get in the way, play a stake you can beat.