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18:36, 12 April 2018

The Sting – Poker Game


The Sting – Poker Game

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100 Playing lucrative hold’em poker requires two important elements: skill and luck but these elements are certainly not of equal worth. In reality, luck, while critical, is genuinely nothing at all more than the unfavorable side of probability showing up. If, let’s say, you are dealt pocket aces. Wonderful hand, proper. You bet, but your AA will drop roughly 15% of the time. What appears to be a lucky draw to beat your aces is practically nothing more than the anticipated 15% showing up. So that leaves skill as the most essential factor top to winning hold’em play.

Play your Greatest Poker

Play your very best poker is so obvious that it genuinely does not want to be mentioned, or does it? I consider it does. What does playing your greatest truly mean. It signifies playing as close to error cost-free poker as is humanly attainable. It means careful evaluation of your hand relative to the hands of other folks. It indicates accurately calculating your odds of accomplishment and laying down hands that don’t meet a mathematical standard of profitability. It implies carefully observing opponents and your self as you play, a ability requiring concentration and purpose. The basic reality is that if you leave the table and you are in a position to say that you played the best poker you can possibly play, that is sufficient.

“But, I lost money this session,” you complain. So what! No matter whether you win or shed is not the problem. If you play your greatest then, more than time, you will emerge a winner, nonetheless, winning is not measured hand by hand or even session by session. Hands and sessions merely represent the data in a long-term statistical pursuit, a massive probability curve. Statistics are a funny factor, they constantly seek middle ground, the mean or typical is the central point of statistical evaluation. You will experience both undesirable beats and you will suck-out from time to time. Not only that, but for each and every negative beat that happens on one side of the equation, the other side experiences the suck-out. To get crazed over the suck-out causing your poor beat is as ridiculous as celebrating your suck-out that brought on your opponent’s bad beat.

When stuff occurs and you let it put you off your game, you start off to steam or go on tilt, you give up the advantage of playing your ideal game. The point is, of course, that you just can’t let that come about. You cannot plot to get even. You can’t enable yourself the luxury of revenge or of anger. You basically play on or leave the table for a although. This occurred to me just yesterday. I held a set of aces. I was playing them quite aggressively against a reasonably loose opponent. On the turn the board showed A-T-six-3. I bet the size of the pot pricing out any draws and my opponent named. I figured him for an below set or possibly two pair. The river paired the board with 6. My opponent went all in. I thought for a while. I put him on maybe a T-six, or 6-three. I even deemed that he had 6-6 underneath but not for lengthy since of the rarity of quads occurring. I decided to get in touch with with the nut complete home. Oops. He had the quad sixes. I began to steam. My resolution was to merely stand up. I would have cashed out had I any chips left but I didn’t. I waited for a whilst to calm down and then returned to the tables when my concentration was back.

You don’t have to Play at that Table

When I decided to quit playing I made a selection that I have discovered to make more than the years. If the table is not proper for you or if you are not appropriate for the table, whatever the explanation, it is time to get up. You never have to play here. Nothing at all is maintaining you there. The poker table is merely a location where you make an investment in order to accomplish some type of return on that investment. In many respects it is no distinct that investing in stocks where there is important volatility on a daily basis. If I hold a stock that abruptly starts to tank, I am completely willing to sell in order to reduce my losses. The same is true for poker. I start off to tank when I drop concentration, when I steam, when I am tired, when I am distracted. When any of these factors happen I have learned to either take a break or basically quit and do something else.

Often, specifically when you decide to step up in stakes, you find your capabilities outmatched by the capabilities of players at the new level. When this takes place to me and I find that I am getting outplayed and losing income I don’t forget that I never have to play at that level and I step down to a level I know I can beat consistently. There is no shame in finding the right level for you. As your game improves you might want to step up once more and find that you can now compete properly at the greater level. Playing at the right level, the level you can beat, is something learned.

What ever your explanation for deciding not to play at a particular table, whether you are not at your best or the table is just far better than your expertise permit for, by studying to step away, to make this crucial selection, you will improve your profitability.

Roger Fischel began playing poker with his buddies in higher school. Seven Card Stud and Five Card Draw were the games of option back then. More than the years, Roger turned to Texas Hold ’em as his game of choice. During a long career as a teacher, Roger learned the value of sharing what he knows with others as a way to give back to the community in which he shares, hence, Rags to the River Poker was born. Come and go to.

Об авторе: Mr JackPot 888


Обсуждение: 50 коммент.
  1. Paul Canis says:

    I love how the camera zooms in on the 4 jacks and the train whistle blows. Newman smiling, pauses a beat: "You owe me 15 grand pal." This scene has so much happening you can watch it dozens of times and get a kick out of it. Love it.

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  2. Herp Derp says:

    It would had been awesome if both players 5th card was the same

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  3. eric wsmith says:

    Love the expression on face of the thug who rigged the deck,,,,, knowing his blood thirsty boss just lost 15G,s

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  4. kyokogodai says:

    They make it seem like Robert Shaw’s character is the bad guy. He is just the "badder" guy, since Redford and Newman were criminals, too. The glorification of crime was rampant in the late 60’s through the 80’s. No wonder society is against authority and law.

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  5. TheJking85 says:

    8 people took a powder 🙂

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  6. Larry Dustin says:

    Sorta like DJT 45 vs the Swamp/DEEPSTATE hopefully the scum Swamp gets taken down. GO DONALD GO

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  7. Specialized 29er says:

    All dead now, hey.

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  8. Matthew Bay says:

    Sneezed then put this left hands down the table… that’s an amateur trick. In real life he would’ve lost his left hand with jackhammer hammering down on his left hand.

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  9. Jonathan 916 says:

    Greatest onscreen card game ever!

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  10. Joe Ruiz says:

    Is he acting like he’s got a real cold or is he sick?

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  11. Sam Stroup says:

    Best acting EVER! by both Newman and Shaw. World class, both of them

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  12. TMWSITY says:

    String bets galore.

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  13. marty one says:

    5:32 happens to me every day

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  14. Patrick McKenna says:

    love the train sounds as the game is played.

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  15. Chef Caponejr says:

    Yes that the movie! Great movie everyone needs to watch it and learn 👨🏼‍🍳 Chef

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  16. studinthemaking says:

    Doesn’t the railroad guy have a job he should be doing on the train. Instead of being the bank at a card game this whole time.

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  17. Sam Stroup says:

    Love how Newman never gets Shaw’s name right. hilarious

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  18. ayokay123 says:

    "What was I gonna do? Accuse him of being a better cheater than me?!"

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  19. john sampson says:

    Tempers seem to be running a little , "Hiighhhhh."

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  20. Desoxyn Man says:

    “Sorry I’m late, I had to take a crap”. Why not put this part in! Too funny!!!

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  21. GenesisPlanet says:

    "How Do I Know You Won’t Take a Powder"

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  22. Bill Jenkins says:

    Vincent Price?

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  23. redetrigan says:

    What does Paul Newman’s character mean by "take a powder"? (5:39)

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  24. vccstudents says:

    Paul Newman should have sent Jaws after Robert Shaw!

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  25. Edge Lord says:

    What game is this?

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  26. adminstrative user says:

    Ridiculous poker. He just calls with a flush

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  27. Evan Taaved Pert says:

    Gambling? Movie.

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  28. dan foff says:

    they shoulda called this movie
    the string

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  29. bjfdog says:

    When does Paul Newman say to Robert Shaw, "You’re gonna need a bigger boat?"

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  30. Silver Fletcher says:

    Why did Lonergan not cheat with four aces instead with ridicolous nines?

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  31. J.P. Fox says:

    Linaman…Lonahan 🤣🤣🤣

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  32. Troy Ortega says:

    The poker sequence is great. The clip should include Newman’s preparation, watering down his gin, etc, and his explanations to Redford. Great con.

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  33. Patriot751 says:

    Newman was the best here, what a ball buster, what a great talent. Wiping his nose on his tie was awesome. His snorting, his obnoxious behavior, just priceless !!

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  34. FeelinGood says:

    If I was planning to cheat and accidently picked up quad 3s, I’d be like, ok then… I don’t need to cheat this hand.

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  35. James Madison says:

    Great beat down.

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  36. Jlusafer says:

    Well so how does he get 4 jacks, they should have showed that.

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  37. pretorious700 says:

    Paul Newman and Robert Shaw….two of the coolest ever. Would never play cards with either.

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  38. kingfish4242 says:

    should have ran to the scene where Shaw says " What the hell was I supposed to do? Accuse him of cheating better than me?

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  39. milart12 says:

    Robert Shaw had a great run around this time-The Taking of Pelham 123-The Sting and then Jaws

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  40. Shane Walter says:

    Aw come on, Lindeman…

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  41. Alfredo Trancos says:

    Why is Flea from the Red Hot Chilli Pppers in this movie????

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  42. Darrell Cady says:

    This should have concluded with Newman having a larger full house than Shaw. Then he could have said "You’re gonna need a bigger boat."

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  43. Milosexual Dotcom says:

    How fucking great is Robert Shaw? He is a legend and should get more credit…RIP

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  44. E Leo says:

    I wonder if they actually show us when Newman switched out four 3’s for four jacks?

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  45. RichyRich156 says:

    This reminds me of the scene in Only fools when Del Boy plays against Boycie.

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  46. Mitchell Murray says:

    15 grand in 1936, so today that would be closer to 260 grand.

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  47. Flint Ironstag says:

    3:32 I’m guessing this is where Paul Newman made the switch (from 3s to Jacks).

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  48. Jose Assunção says:

    MAGNIFICO

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  49. bjfdog says:

    They filmed the outside of the train in someone’s basement.

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  50. Robert Gift says:

    Shaw wipes his nose withe tie borrowed from Lonnegan!  – so funny!

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