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Decrease in utility playing in same stakes (I stop caring about the amount of winning after some time)

I like Grinch91's answer about clarifying what your goals are and looking at the money as buy-ins--I just wanted to add a couple perspectives. One skill that would really help you is to be able to ...
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Decrease in utility playing in same stakes (I stop caring about the amount of winning after some time)

Stop thinking of it as "I won 1$, that's not much" and start thinking of it as I won a buy-in or two buy-ins. Start asking yourself what you want to use poker for? If you're playing cash games and ...
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Why is limping bad at the microstakes?

Limping is mostly bad at any limit. David said a couple of very important and basic things about the downside of limping, limping first in is bad, and you loose a lot of equity in a hand by limping ...
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Why is limping bad at the microstakes?

Limping is not bad by default. There are plenty of situations where it's profitable to limp speculative hands like connectors and small pairs against previous limpers. Being the first one to limp ...
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