In the new edition of Poker Twitter News we bring you some usual interesing tweets of the past week.
Overlay or Tattoo?
Well-known streamer Callmelija presented an interesting bet which might result in a poker tattoo if GGMasters Overlay Edition hits its guarantee.
🧨I will get a TATTOO if GGMasters Overlay Edition hits the GTD. 😳— Callmelija (@callmelija) February 8, 2023
✅Send photos of poker tattoos, i will giveaway 10x10$ satellite tickets to 10 best tattoo photos. Lesssa go! Deym!😳🥵 pic.twitter.com/otVmsq2SEh
How to succeed in poker by Daniel Negreanu
Daniel reveals overlooked secret of poker. Sleep.
Everyone is built different, but for me, the absolute most important criteria for success in poker is being well rested— Daniel Negreanu (@RealKidPoker) February 10, 2023
Playing tired leads to sloppiness
Playing the PGT 10-Game Championship later today when I feel ready to grind
Do you have any anonymous confessions?
My parents think I invested their 30k into the stock market and crypto, but I actually spent it all on virtual poker.— Coinfessions (@coinfessions) February 9, 2023
Nick Howard on what attitude is needed for poker success.
Your goal as a poker player should be to arrive at the "millionaire state of mind":— Nick Howard (@nickhowardpoker) February 11, 2023
Zero doubts around your edge, and total trust that you will crush the competition over a large sample.
Galfond Twitter Tips
Phil Galfond continues with his twitter tips series. This one might be hard to swallow for the usual reg – be a decent human.
Just a quick reminder that when someone is clearly new to poker, you shouldn’t ridicule them and make them feel they don’t belong.— Phil Galfond (@PhilGalfond) February 6, 2023
Welcome them, help them if they need it.
You know, like a decent human would.
How important is bluffing in poker? Pretty important.
The importance of bluffing goes far beyond winning a specific pot.— Phil Galfond (@PhilGalfond) February 10, 2023
Bluffing more leads to making more money with real hands.
Overly nitty players lose sight of this.
They bet the river with the nuts, get a fold, and move on, content with (or oblivious to) their mediocrity.
Thanks mom, thanks dad.
I didn’t realize at the time how lucky I was to have no expenses when I started playing poker. My parents covered my college tuition & dorm.— Phil Galfond (@PhilGalfond) February 9, 2023
It made building a bankroll much easier for me than most.
I’m grateful, and I have extra respect for those who overcame longer odds.
As usual, let’s end the article with a motivational post from The Poker Mindset.
Until you quit playing the blame game and start taking responsibility for your results, you'll never make it as a poker player.— The Poker Mindset (@pokermindset) February 8, 2023