• July 31, 2021

Online Poker Dictionary: Tilt

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Tilt is a poker slang term that is often used to describe the angry or frustrated emotional state of a player. We commonly associate tilt as the result of simply taking a bad beat or losing a big pot. But going on tilt can be caused by a number of things such as losing multiple hands, multiple sessions or just from getting annoyed by another poker player
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Tilt is not when you make a bad play because you just don’t know any better. If you make what turns out to be the wrong play – but you thought your action through carefully and made as mistake or misread the situation – that’s not tilt either. And some poker experts may disagree with this, but if you make a bad play based purely on the fact that you are overtired and your mind is not as sharp as it normally would be, that is not tilt. Not unless you refuse to acknowledge you’re too tired to play well and stubbornly continue playing poker in a compromised state.Looking for best online poker game website? Follow us and check out our promotions we offer you the best online poker bonus.
Tilt is when you play poker poorly, making even a single play that youknow is bad strategy, because your emotions are interfering with your ability to think clearly.
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