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"A" Game Consistency

When you are playing your ‘A’ game, there is no better place to be. But how do you manage to stay in this state of Nirvana for as long as possible? It’s a question that, if solved, could take your game to the next level and beyond. So, let us try to figure it out.

#1 Routine

If you develop a habitual routine, you are more likely to find and maintain your ‘A’ game. If you are an online grinder, for example, then make sure that you wake up at a certain time, warm up the same way, play the same games, the same number of tables, and warm down and review your game in the same way. 

#2 Sleep

If you are lethargic as a result of a lack of sleep, then you are never going to be able to maintain your ‘A’ game. You always need to realise that it’s your behaviour in the ‘end game’ that counts and, to get to the ‘end game’, you need to be alert. Make sure you don’t scrimp on your sleep and get a good 7-8 hours per night.

#3 Find a Challenge

If you are consistently beating your game, then you are going to find it difficult to maintain your ‘A’ game. The brain needs constant challenge in order for it to fire effectively so make sure you take some well timed shots at higher levels and keep your brain happy.

#4 Find the Right Site

This applies to all forms of Gambling. Whether you are looking for a Poker Site, and Online Casino site or an Asian bookie, it is always important to read up about the site and ensure it is reputable and that you will receive your money if you win.

#5 Sort Out the ‘C’ Game

Often, players have fundamental flaws in the way they approach poker. This means that it will always be difficult to reach and maintain an ‘A’ game if the ‘C’ game is just not good enough. Experts recommend that you analyse your game and always work on the back end performance.

 





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Last Updated 5 September 2017

"A" Game Consistency