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December in Live Poker Hands. Many of the players around us at smaller and micro stakes are precisely ABC nits, though so I'm trying to understand their rationale and strategy better since if I can make more money off of them at the table, too my win rate will obviously only go up more. Studying through this site has helped me to learn about double barreling, bluffing, and playing ranges instead of hands enough to keep taking small and medium sized pots away from these guys. I know we don't get paid if our frequencies aren't balanced. So then what incentivizes the average player or any player, at that to play hands? December edited December I'm basically playing Devil's Advocate with the question at hand. The spirit of jf's advice is really to lighten up, not actually have a beer, I'm almost certain. Basically, I imagine a robot or computer that I programmed to play exactly like me, except without emotion. I either expect 8 calls to " crack my aces" or 8 folds. Over time they're losing and I'm winning. Joseph, that's true but a professional also never complains about being card dead. One thing I think of sometimes when suffering through a bad spell was inspired by something Tommy Angelo wrote. Hey at least you're not getting coolered multiple timnes for your entire stack! Was tilting af but I coulda lost so much more by tryna force myself out of it. Even if it's been the right play for hours.. And yeah man- people are obv going to comment but they don't know the context. Being fine with it is a mark of understanding the game. We leave money on the table, etc. I'm sure as hell not going to risk blowing my one shot to use it to pick up some blinds or to cbet with air. Already getting comments of "can't give you action if you don't give action. I'd say 2 things: - Being card dead is a part of mental game. The distribution of cards is supposed to work like this. Being able to stay on your A-game when you are card dead. I know we play hands in order to make money. I'm going to wait for a big pot where the run-out favors my range but I missed in order to make a convincing river bet. I'm not willing to start playing trash as a way of forcing myself out of it. Then I crank it up and speed up time and observe how that thing does over the next few decades. So Austin is somewhere in the middle ground, on the path to glory but not quite there. In my experience at low stakes games even the players that are paying close enough attention to notice you haven't played a hand in two hours don't necessarily have the ability to use that info against you. I see these stretches as little mental game checks. Cold deck stretches happen, you have to accept it as part of the game. Also running some of these bluffs allow us to avoid a NIT image - esp. Was legit card dead for 4 hours straight. I rethought it for my own use. Will use 65s utg if i get a chance. I just look at it as part of the grind. I know it's some what normal. You dont need cards to play poker. Look forward to your next one and challenge yourself to be as absolutely fine with it as possible. So even if you're dealt unplayable hands - let's say T4o - you still can enter the hand with intention to win by bluffing, using the folding mistakes of Villains if any. Train to entertain yourself, either by "looking outside" or getting mentally involved in the played hands - Also sometimes you don't need cards to play. I folded every hand for 4 hours straight and left. But it doesn't matter, all that matters is that you play THIS hand the best you can. You could always enjoy you know, the games on TV or talking to people. I may be a shithead, but th more i play the less I feel card dead. I read this advice a lot, but I propose the opposite. I'm also not willing to start playing hands out of position. Been sitting almost 90 min and only been dealt 3 playable hands AJ, KQs, and Lost all of then. And we want this to avoid everybody folding to the next great hand we will get. I mean, if I saw someone fold every hand for a couple hours I'd be thinking they're an extreme nit too but just gotta ignore that and focus on being okay with folding when it's the right play. Had this toothless Asian dude just spewing chips. I had this happen last weekend. Why take risks outside of that if you're not being forced to? Still - Why play anything other than premiums and then only continue if they smash the flop? Then I try to play like him, each hand, because he doesn't care about time, he just cares about poker.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Don't fall into the trap of believing this statement. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Sign In Register. I'm more interested in dissecting how larger pots develop with these players and how to best exploit them in them. Roblivion 's last line is dead on: the nit image doesn't last. Position is king, and low stakes can be won with an exploitative strategy. December When you're card dead for a period of time at say I mean, I can do the math but does it begin to noticeably eat away at your stack and begin to affect your mentality? Can I avoid getting frustrated and just stick to my normal strategy or is it an area I need to put in more study time. Sucked too cause the table was so juicy. It's like golfing and shooting bad, hey at least it's sunny outside and your drinking some beers with buddy's.