In Doyle Brunson’s Super System 2, Mike Caro, poker theorist and statistician, writes a chapter providing tips and commentaries. I’ve taken the liberty to cull and rephrase six of my favorites for this blog:
- Money you don’t lose buys just as many things as money you win.
- Chips you already have in the pot don’t matter.
- When a wily player checks to you, bet less often.
- Never discuss strategy around weak opponents.
- You win pots by making right decisions.
- Players who complain about their bad luck seldom bluff.
By Howard Hian