You might have been playing for several months or years now and you feel like you want to level up in the world of poker. You want to go beyond your local casino and compete with the best of the best of poker at the WSOP. It is normal to feel the anxiety, the fear, the jitters if it is your first time, but here are some tips which may help you do well at the WSOP:
WSOP is no joke. It is a great endeavor which entails a lot of preparation. The WSOP is like a marathon where only the most prepared and those who do not panic on tricky situations win. Being exposed to similar tough situations prior to a WSOP is a good preparation for the grueling days of the toughest poker games that you might ever play. The smallest mistakes count. Expose yourself and prepare for the WSOP by joining many tournaments. Play at lower stakes and know the best ways to get rid of these wild cards during the WSOP.
Review your games
Playing in tournaments is a big chunk of the preparation, but a good poker player wants to keep track of his strengths and more importantly his or her weaknesses. Get a software or a poker program which will help you review your online games. By reviewing how you played your poker hands, you will be able to plug or even eliminate the leaks where the money goes out of your game.
Learn from the masters of the game
Everyday of poker means everyday of learning. At the WSOP, you will be facing the best of the best. It will be very helpful to learn their strategies and advise for those who want to get that final table or be the last man standing. You can find a lot of poker videos online where poker masters share their treasures of poker wisdom.
Once you get at WSOP, remember to bring out the best of your game. Be confident. Be reasonable. Keep your balance. Everyone is playing poker and everyone starts with the same amount of chips, and at the end of the day, you might just go home with a bracelet.
I’m Jason Rockwell. When I’m not winning playing online poker, I enjoy writing about my love of the game. Thanks for visiting!