now you may be thinking to yourself, "What's
he telling me, don't gamble?" No, I'm not! What
I am saying is, don't be deluded into believing you
can win with irrelevant tactics.
Just understand that if you're basically a losing
player, you're always more likely to lose than win
whether it's right now or tomorrow. There's simply
no other day on the calendar where you can escape
that. The only way to become a sustained winner at
any form of gambling is to be betting the long end
of the stick. That means having a legitimate outright
advantage. I'm sorry, but;
way to turn around a losing streak is to play at a
different cardroom, particularly if you now patronize
one cardroom almost exclusively. The new venue may
force you to be more observant and probably play better.
Maybe you've fallen into bad habits and play on autopilot.
Maybe you have a tell that it will take new opponents
a while to learn. If your opponents don't know you
and aren't aware you're doing poorly, they may play
uninspired poker against you. That may be all it takes.