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    Is poker luck the same as poker instinct?

    How much does luck really play in poker ?
    Is it the same for cash and tournaments ?

    I'm sure several people have posted this question or similar before.

    So LUCK
    Is it a case of good players getting themselves into a position to get lucky and conversly bad players getting themselves into a position to get unlucky, or is it like Henry Ford said
    "If you belive you can! you can, If you believe you can't! you can't"

    I know the exact qoute is: "Whether you think you can, or you think you can't you're right"

    #2
    Lady luck likes to hang around with people who practice.

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      #3
      Chance favours the prepared mind

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        #4
        Originally posted by Denny Crane View Post
        Chance favours the prepared mind
        Originally posted by newbie2 View Post
        Lady luck likes to hang around with people who practice.
        True:

        Even a Blind squirrel finds his "Nuts" sometimes....

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          #5
          People who are barely familiar with poker believe that the main thing for winning is bluffing, the ability to read the opponent and blind luck. Whether there is luck or not - it all depends on the point of view. But luck in tournament poker is an example of the importance of the concept of distance. One tournament is a very short distance. And it could be argued that luck is extremely important in tournament poker. The most striking proof of this is the victory of Chris Moneymaker in the 2003 WSOP Main Event, after which the poker boom began. Hard work is the main quality that will make a good player the best.

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