Poker playing requires something different. It requires thought. A true poker player learns from his mistakes and makes better choices moving forward. What happens if you are a TAGfish player?

A TAGfish is something entirely different. Do you know the definition of insanity? It is doing the same thing over and over, expecting a different result every time. That is a TAGfish player.

The Four Signs You May Be a TAGfish Player

  • Do you think about the other player’s range, but not your own? You are probably a beginner TAGfish. Thinking about your opponent’s range is part of the game, yes; However, you need to think about yourself too. You need to think about your range first and your opponent’s range second.
  • A beginner will learn what he needs to know only halfway. He will then take what he has learned and apply it in the wrong way. The three-betting light is a good example. Chad will learn about it and then do it to the wrong player, and at the wrong time.
  • Do you know the difference between a cut-off and the button? A beginner(TAGfish) will treat the two equally. Example: Steve’s opponent decides to raise in early position. Steven will call with the cut-off a 6 and 9 of hearts, thinking he will be placing the pot into the right place. Steve still has a player behind him to deal with. A good player can make his life a horror story at this point. Do you see what I mean?
  • A beginner will treat each decision as a separate entity. Players who find themselves in a bad place, at the end of the game, are there because of what they did during the beginning of the game. Every choice you make in Texas Hold ‘Em is linked together.

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