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Hi all!

In order to understand how detrimental prejudices and superstitions are to poker players, let's first reflect on what they are 🤔

Superstition and prejudice are the result of making a mistaken connection.

"I always lose a coinflip if I call out the right card before it comes." Very often superstitions in general are established by a mistaken connection between two unrelated events that have nothing to do with each other at all.

"The last time I clapped my hands I got a text message on my phone."

It seems to me that it is far from necessary to give any poker examples, because without that there are so many players who believe to their hearts in talismans, good/bad days of the calendar, etc., etc...

Oddly enough, most people are very superstitious and there's no getting away from it, but if you think hard about it, you can use it to your advantage...

How do you do it?

It's actually very simple, to do this we need to create useful habits that will produce positive results while increasing our motivation and overall well-being...

Imagine if you did a 20 minute run, and then ate a healthy breakfast and sat down to play poker...

Over the course of the session, you're likely to find that you're thinking much better and that your level of alertness and intelligence has increased.

n such a situation, you should adopt jogging and a healthy breakfast as a "healthy habit" that should be used daily before the gaming sessions.

Remember that the power of self-infusion is a very great thing, and it doesn't matter what your "healthy habit" is, whether it's jogging, a healthy breakfast, or a favorite toy that makes you happy and makes you feel better.

If it helps you play better, there's nothing wrong with using it...

Thanks for your attention everyone, bye! ;)

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