Today’s Hand of the Day features a valuable lesson about thinking on multiple levels while playing Texas Holdem Poker Cash Game.
Contrary to what we’re taught growing up, it’s not about being rich.
Freedom. Excitement. Choices.
That’s what the good life is all about.
Today’s hand from the European Poker Tour in Monte Carlo is one of those that sticks with you long after the cards are dealt.
I was up against one of my childhood hero’s Daniel Negreanu, whom I had battled with throughout the day.
We had been seated at a previous table earlier that afternoon, and got into a big confrontation in a 3-bet pot, where I (barely) got the best of it. So when we got moved to the featured table together, and I was seated to his immediate left, I knew we were destined for fireworks!
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We’ve all been down after a bad beat, or poor play.
I’ve spent countless sleepless nights just dreaming about what would happen if that one card didn’t come.
Or I was just a had more patient.
Or if I had the courage to make that call.
And you know what I learned after 10 years and some 3,000,000 hands of poker?
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