The psychology of the poker game

    There are two very important points that you should pay attention to if you want to know how to play and win according to the psychology of the poker game.
    First you need to become a master of self-control during the gaming session. This will help you make the right decisions during the game. On paper, it all looks smooth, but in a real game, quite often even experienced players, who have enough knowledge of how to behave at the gaming table and plan their own actions, start to play with errors. This game is usually characterized by the desire to use a fairly wide range of hands, coupled with the confidence that the correct card will come. This kind of clouding of reason in the poker world was given a clear definition: “tilt”.
     What to do to not get caught on this hook? To begin with, you should understand one important rule: you should never start playing poker, if you are not ready to concentrate fully on the gameplay. You do not need to sit at the poker table in cases when you have been afflicted by illness, fatigue, or you are in a bad mood, and especially you need to avoid serious play in cases when extraneous obsessive thoughts are spinning in your head. You should never forget that the main thing in a game is the right decision-making, and not a result at all. Sometimes it happens that luck turns away from you and even under the condition of a flawless game, the more inept opponent removes all the cream. This is a temporary setback, because in the long run, mastery is crucial, and in the end you will win.
    There is still a very important aspect of the game tactics, which is based on an analysis of the possible gaming ideas of your competitors. If you master this skill perfectly, you can play the game with an understanding of how your opponent will act. You will need to focus on analytics of the decisions your opponents make during the game. It is necessary to clearly understand the reasons and prerequisites for such actions of opponents as bets, calling or passes. Even if the opponent uses the wrong logic, it is important to study it and understand it in order to make accurate predictions about the future actions of the opponent.