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Rules

Introduction

Those of you who have been playing poker know about this important concept and can skip on. The rules will help you to win more.

Ignoring this rule could be dangerous to your bankroll and most importantly to your peace of mind

Some players will look for relevant tips and information on how to best play the game of seven-card stud. If you are one of these readers, re-consider. Be interested. Keep reading your board as well as your rivals' hands. This is a very important playing advice. It is more of the “material” of winning poker. We think it has a universal application.

You have seen players getting angry – annoying, throwing cards. They are in no condition to play. It means that you are not mentally prepared to play poker. But they remain in the game while their skill weakens. They think they're playing as well as ever. They aren't.

There are many terms for this condition: “going on tilt,” “getting your nose open” and “steaming.” It often happens when a player is losing. When it happens to you, you should leave the game. You should, but you won't.

Play happy or don't play. Playing happy doesn't mean you have to be joking and laughing and slapping people on the back. But you should be able to handle the game in a positive attitude. If you are sad about your situation, why do you stay in it?

When you are playing sad, you aren't playing your best game, especially if you are sad because you are losing. You start reaching – playing few hands – or chasing against a player who has given you a beat. You are going to show him a thing or two about poker. More likely, unless you get fortunate, he's going to show you another winning hand and take even more of your money.

Keep in mind he is not angry just sad. He is happy with his wins and is playing his normal steady game. You are the one who is chasing with marginal hands against his normal starting values. And while his head is on straight and he's playing his best strategy your mind is too busy being angry to play as well as you know how. You are not paying attention. You miss things you should see.

Sitting quietly while your mouth is chewing waiting for your chance will bring you to the same place.

Your anger is an attempt to make the dealer guilty. He won't. He has dealt 100 times as many hands as you have ever played and each hand had at least one loser. He knows he is not responsible for the cards you get (or how you play them).

Also forget any kind of revenge. The other players didn't do anything to you. They just played the cards they got, the best way they knew how, trying to win the money – the same as you were doing while playing against them.

How will you forget the anger and the revenge? Release them. How to do that? By realizing that your anger and its effects, are in the place they can be – within your mind and nowhere else.

And the only person they are affecting is you.

You have some kind of misconception that someone did something to you, unreasonably. They didn't. They were just leading their own lives. By correcting this misconception you release your anger. Keep your mind at peace. With peaceful mind you play better. When you play better you win more.

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