The poker butterfly effect

Psychology is about to teach us how to effectively recover d at least in part, a failure. There are several ways to handle life's little problems. A particularly effective way is the perspective. Put your problems to their rightful place in your life in general, this is a way to make evidence of perspective.
L butterfly effect serves as a metaphor to illustrate life in a chaotic, uncontrollable and unpredictable world. Specifically, this refers to how small events can produce great effects. The commonly used example is the d a butterfly that flaps its wings in the Japan, triggering a current d air which can cause a hurricane in America a week later.

The point?

In tiny changes in a place can have major impacts in another. Here is a concrete example of poker. It is late in the first day of a tournament and you're ready to go all-in if it raises you while you have dd, but the big stack starts of at the outset in all. You decide to sleep your jacks and the big stack decides to show his hand, 99, the other players. This pot was you and you learned that the big stack had amassed tokens by getting 3 times AA against the Kings and ladies. It is just lucky and now he raises next to you almost every pot.

It is not his way of play that bothers you, but the ease with which he took accumulated tokens with all its pockets as. The ACEs were butterflies, hurricane is now sitting at your table. Relax. You know, all these small bets that you made for your chips? Well, they are the result of the same butterfly effect.

Here are the tools I use to get back to a badbeat. I call it the "" 688/687. You just win a tournament of 688 players. You are trying to make you take a photo with your first prize at the Bellagio. No need to support psychological here congratulations! Now turn the wheel slightly, you pass to the final table and you see give the prize money to another player that you had eliminated from the tournament ten hours earlier. But you see as there were only 687 players in the tournament, and as one only less made the difference between victory or defeat for each of the 687 and 688 players.

The last competitor in each tournament change the event in full. The cards are dealt differently from the first table a player over there. A little more quickly s breakdown tables there is a player more. Players are divided to the free seats in order different s it y more players. The donkey would not give you his chips in the "687" because it would be elsewhere, sitting at a different table. In the tournament "688" you get these tokens and you avoid the Lady to win the tournament.

The last player to register in a tournament changes all the short event. The cards are dealt in a different way, the tables break at different times, empty seats are no longer the same.

No, I do not say that chance or luck at the top on the know-how to poker. But j says no doubt qu hands played in d there other tables that will affect how you play your cards later in the tournament.

You know, we always laugh at the perfect idiot who goes into the final table as a point guard (chip leader), but we forget all the other bad players who have given us their tokens so that we are at the final table to beat this idiot.

The point?

There's related random elements that we can not control at the poker. They will decide whether or not we win a poker tournament. Therefore, when we are in bad shape, full of Lady, the best to do is to say in our head:

First: "two - seven mismatched will beat a pair of ACEs, 12% of the time."

Secondly: "there many butterflies to the Japan."