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Message from Lex (2)

Poker is a game of skill. However, it has a luck factor. That means there can be variance in the results. It’s very important to think long term. The worst player in the field could win the tournament. However if there are 300 tournaments being played, he is almost guaranteed to be at the bottom. It’s essential for a professional poker player to minimize losses when short-term variance isn’t going your way. If you start playing bad, feeling bad, lose confidence, it will hurt your bottom line. You won’t put yourself in the position to take advantage when things turn around. You will also mess up a lot of spots that could turn into a big score. For instance not having many chips left in the last tournament of the day and just throwing them away. That tournament could have been a win. Or at least a cash that would have softened the downswing.

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On the stream you guys have seen that I’ve had one of those bad runs the last two months. What I started doing is showing how you snap out of that. I started talking about every little decision out loud. Sometimes I would even catch myself coming to different conclusions than my initial instinct. This could be due to being a little less confident, a little less focused. Talking out loud made sure I didn't start making mistakes by going over every spot.

How am I gonna say 'Aww I think this guy's range is pretty strong here, but I have a decent hand, so I have to call?'  Can't get away with that shit when 1000 people are watching! Tuesday was one of the most positive streams I have ever had. I am not even gonna mention results because IT DOESNT MATTER. Short term doesn't matter guys. Don't let the short term mess the long term up for you. I was playing well, I was improving, and I was having fun. I didn't make mistakes based on things I already knew. I made plenty of mistakes that were new to me, so we learned. Good.

After a week of playing really well keeping my head in the game, the turnaround point came. And boy did we seize it. I got second in a big tournament for $2900. Who knows if we could have done that had we let down our focus last week? Maybe we would have made some small mistake that crept into our game because we weren’t paying attention and busy feeling sorry for ourselves. Strong mental game and focus prevent a small mistake having a butterfly effect on your whole game. I’m not even proud of finishing second. I’m proud of getting to the start of that race with a clear head and healthy intentions. I ended up winning the same tournament a few days later for $4100.

The ironic thing is that now I have to watch for the same mistake. You can start playing bad because you’re winning as well. Thinking cards will always come. Going to keep a close look at my game and inform you guys of all the things that are going through my head. We never know what’s coming in the near future. What a ride.

Message from MuĂ­rgen

The youth worlds were difficult, definitely hard conditions, light wind, strong and busy fleet racing. First days where the worst, almost no wind and the fact of being a heavy team (because of the guns) doesn't help the boat a lot to gain some speed. 3th day we literally sailed ourselves back to the top 15, strong gust made the conditions perfect for us! Unfortunately we missed the finals by 1 point and got stuck on the 16th place.. bummer. But the worlds were a good practice and eye opener for the coming years. After the youth world's I've made the choice to no longer sail in the 49er class. The reason I quit is just because I the boat wasn't the place where i wanted to sail the next coming years. My heart still takes a better place on the bow in the middle of the seas.

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Also I've been busy with the Volvo Ocean Race, there new concept allows youth sailors to compete in a next generation team of the Volvo Ocean Race. Too soon for me to kick in but it makes the aim even more realistic when I am at an age of 21/22. There are some rumors that there will be more youth sailors in the next coming series of the Volvo ocean race as well, so I will be fighting for a spot for sure! Sport and leisure is making sure I'll get to know the right people who may help me in the future. It's great to meet new people, especially when they already gained some experience on the Volvo ocean race. Not only because of experience itself, but the way they have made it before they were professional sailors does interest me a lot! It's good to hear how they made their way to the sailing top more realistic step by step. Something to work for the coming years!

At this moment I will be sailing the "Grevelingen cup"  nice way to go through the winter and still enjoy a bit of action! Study has become priority #1.. that's a new world for me but I’ll have to work my ass off once again! Time to make some progress, not sure on which subject it will work out the best, but I’m sure I will finish school before I’ll race with the big boys! For the coming year there isn't anything planned so far, still looking for a team for some races in England to gain a bit experience, also a couple offshore would be great. For now let's enjoy some time off, not bad to be honest! But already missing some action, so it won't be that long.

Muírgen de Munck

Message from Johan (4)

Winter is setting in and the wind has been lost for a while. I haven’t kited for almost 2 months (!) and that’s pretty special (not in a good way)…. I’ve been checking Windfinder daily, but no go. Autumn storm, where are you?

Exactly 1 year ago we were in Asia. I’ve been kiting tropical places like Bali. We’ve stayed in Mui Ne (Vietnam) for more than a month. Wind every day, so kiting all day every day. Downwinders to Phan Thiet, the village next to Mui Ne. And also the Philippines, quiet kitespots with almost nobody else. Nice weather, lots of wind, fresh coconuts. Man, such a contrast! Anyway, can’t change the weather, so lately I’ve been hitting the gym to stay in shape and loose a bit of energy.

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Winter is setting in and the wind has been lost for a while. I haven’t kited for almost 2 months (!) and that’s pretty special (not in a good way)…. I’ve been checking Windfinder daily, but no go. Autumn storm, where are you?

Exactly 1 year ago we were in Asia. I’ve been kiting tropical places like Bali. We’ve stayed in Mui Ne (Vietnam) for more than a month. Wind every day, so kiting all day every day. Downwinders to Phan Thiet, the village next to Mui Ne. And also the Philippines, quiet kitespots with almost nobody else. Nice weather, lots of wind, fresh coconuts. Man, such a contrast! Anyway, can’t change the weather, so lately I’ve been hitting the gym to stay in shape and loose a bit of energy.