Online poker expert Taylor “Green Plastic” Caby recently gave tips as an instructor to other internet casinos and poker players online on how to get a poker bonus.
Caby loves to play live in Las Vegas but also plays at different internet casinos and poker rooms very often..
He said, “tilt control is very important. My best advice on this topic is to always remember why you are playing poker and that it’s not just for a big poker bonus. If you are playing to have fun and gamble, by all means tilt it up. I know I am playing to make sure I am financially secure for years to come. There is too much money at stake in the games I play to play less than my best. I can happily say I’ve only really tilted once this year. When you feel yourself losing control, ask yourself, “Why do I play poker?” If the answer is “to make money and get a poker bonus,” then obviously playing your best game, and not tilting, is what you need to do. Mark Gregorich once told me his advice for tilting in internet games. He said he places a sign that says “Are you playing your best poker?” on his monitor. If at any time during the match he can’t say yes, he quits.”
Besides counseling players on tilting strategies and getting a fun poker bonus, Caby also added, “After you can manage your bankroll, get a big poker bonus and control tilt, there are a few other quick and easy improvements that can be made to your game. You should NEVER feel bad about quitting a game if you feel for any reason it is not favorable for you to continue playing. I will quit a game at any time if I feel I am losing control or the lineup of players becomes unfavorable.”
As customers at internet casinos are now looking for more information about their favorite players and how to get a great poker bonus – whether it be additional anecdotes or player profiles – another online site has profiled Paul Jackson, the recent Irish Poker Tour participant and world class player.
Jackson, in a candid interview, talked about the popularity of casinos, the poker bonus and gambling worldwide and the great, new, young, profiting industry.
The 41 year old Jackson said his 2nd place finish in Monte Carlo was his sweetest moment: “That was the sweetest in terms of financial reward and I suppose in view of the field for that event must rank as my greatest poker achievement to date. In terms of personal satisfaction that probably goes to my quarter final victory over Markus Golser in this years Barcelona World Heads Up, I felt I played the best heads up I had ever played in that particular game it was also televised and followed my previous round defeat of Carlos Mortenson.”