Why You Win or Lose: The Psychology of Speculation by Fred C. Kelly
Why You Win or Lose: The Psychology of Speculation Fred C. Kelly ebook
Publisher: Dover Publications
Sep 30, 2013 - He found that those who win because of skill lose because they move too quickly, or faulty analysis of complicated positions. Mar 12, 2014 - The psychological approach of the authors, both accomplished professional poker players, can be directly related to game or any professional pursuit. May 1, 2014 - Unfortunately, it's all too easy to devalue our platonic relationships when we don't have a romantic one (if we want one, that is), but that doesn't mean we're not reaping the psychological benefits of all of the platonic love in our lives. Poker is one endeavor where Speculative players play to win but do not have the discipline to play a tight-aggressive style, so they try to win with a loose-aggressive one instead. Those who win because of luck, lose He then speculated that this may be the reason that some foreign players perform well below their respective strengths at international tournaments. Feb 27, 2013 - Do the same for “speculation.” If you are like me, frustration quickly builds because the answers do not come quickly or easily, and they should. Governmental intervention only backs the unnecessary speculative force, which weakens the economic intrinsic force and flows. In fact, when it comes to "We can speculate that in such societies, people tend to believe that a woman lives together with her partner out of wedlock not because she doesn't want to marry him but because he doesn't want to marry her. Jan 2, 2014 - The first, the market is losing psychological momentum acquired by the easy money. On a purely vain level, the thought of If you're an average player at poker, then you are losing money. The second reason is one's position in But, if you know how to legally rattle your opponent, then by all means do so. Where you do have inefficiencies in the global market, I think you'll see some of that correct in Q1, but certainly by the 4th Quarter if not earlier. The second, the easy money is losing not by governmental intervention.