Cryptocurrencies transform poker into a more enjoyable experience, even much so when taking into account the profits you can earn from it. However, having many coins at stake during a hand makes it easy to get lost in the rush of the adrenaline-fueled game.
Any great poker player knows that, in order to have the upper hand, you need to keep a cool head and not get lost in the heat of the moment. Making a calculated decision might be hard sometimes, but going all-in on just a hunch is a recipe for disaster.
Crypto poker is, in itself, a relaxing and calming activity for a lot of people, so you shouldn’t normally find yourself in situations where you need a distraction, but in case you do, here are some of the best ways to keep calm, straight from other crypto poker players! During the game, a lot of players find listening to music a relaxing experience that keeps them grounded. Some people watch T.V. until it’s their turn again, some talk to other players in the lobby. Never underestimate a good advice from a fellow crypto-poker player! Another great technique of staying relaxed is playing more than one low-stakes table at a time. This way, you don’t get too involved into one game. Even if you wanted to, you wouldn’t have the time to do so and plus, there isn’t much to lose.
A few players tend to use alcohol since it also has relaxing properties if consumed moderately, but keep in mind that you need to have a clear head when playing cryptocurrency poker. Whatever method you prefer to keep your adrenaline in check during the game is up to you, just remember to breathe and watch out for the bluffers… and most importantly, enjoy yourself!
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