Narrow Your Focus When Studying Poker

When studying away from the table, try to focus on one type of spot or dynamic to prevent information overload. It is often much more efficient to focus on that one spot and how you would play different hands in your range on one to two types of textures instead of randomly studying hands from all kinds of different dynamics in one study session.

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