Four Resolutions To Help You Start Your Poker Journey Right In 2021

Four Resolutions To Help You Start Your Poker Journey Right In 2021 January 7, 2021 Mario Alfonsi
by Mario Alfonsi  |  Published on Jan 7, 2021  |  Updated on Jan 7, 2021

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Land based poker is still recovering from COVID-19 and things will continue to be difficult for live poker players until a COVID-19 vaccine is rolled out. The online poker market continues to flourish as more players turn online.

The New Year gives all poker players another chance to hone their skills, build relationships, expand their network and win a huge cashout. Regardless of how you fared last year in your poker career, what matters is that you get another crack in 2021.

If you want to have a better result in 2021 with your poker game, these are some of the things we recommend you do as part of your New Year poker resolutions.

  1. Expand Your Connections
  2. It’s a given that travel restrictions will continue to take effect this year, but this doesn’t mean you have to remain stagnant.

    Remember, you can still travel online using the power of the internet. Go online, connect with more people across the globe, and grow your network!

  3. Don’t Stop Learning
  4. Staying at home will give you plenty of time to learn more about the game of poker. Online poker training videos and live streams will be your best friend in the months ahead.

    Practice and study by watching strategy videos on YouTube, or by registering to online training packages. Just continue to learn. It will make you a better player.

  5. Focus On Your Goals
  6. If you want to be serious at winning in poker in 2021, you got to have poker goals. Goals that are written down with what you want to achieve at the poker tables. Are you looking to make a final table finish or are you eyeing a win?

    Do you want to take part in major tournaments or begin your journey from the bottom and gradually go up? Strive to make them happen this year by clearly defining your poker goals.

  7. Always Have a Backup Plan
  8. It won’t always be rainbows and butterflies at the poker table, you can be sure of that. What you can do is to have a Plan B in place. You can pull out Plan B whenever things take a turn for the worse.

    Prepare yourself, do your best, celebrate victories, but at the same time know how to deal with potential downswings. This will help you stay afloat amid the challenges.

While these four suggestions appear rather basic, it is players who forget the basics that struggle at the poker tables.

Hi Poker Enthusiasts.. My name is Mario, and I have been around the poker scene for the last 15 years, and is a dear passion of mine. I will be bringing you the best the poker world can offer in terms of news and offers