Mastering the Mental Game of Poker 1 - Jared Tendler (Stake Me To Play)
Mastering the Mental Game of Poker 2 - Jared Tendler (Stake Me To Play)
Poker Mindset: Train Your Brain Mental Management - Casino PokerSport
Poker Psychology - Steve Badger
Poker Intelligence - What is it?
Human psychology is the science of the human mind and human behavior. Use your mind and your behavior to get better at poker and gain an advantage on your opponents.
Discipline / Self-Control
Learning / Self-Education: Best way to learn is to do and get immediate feedback.
Sleep - Get enough Sleep Before You Play Long Sessions
Stay Hydrated - Bring plenty of water.
Plan Food Ahead of Time - Pack The Nutrition
Attitude - Best attitude. Believe in yourself. Max energy.
Questions To Ask
Analyze Information Quickly
Process Information Quickly
Decision Making Quickly
Risk Averse vs Risk Tolerance
Your poker image is how other players think you play. Anything you say, how you dress, how you stack your chips, how you play, etc., will all go into your poker image. Each player you play against will also have an image that will tell you about how they might play.
Everything you do at the table conveys information. Focus on finding and fixing any tells in your game first, then try to find obvious tells other players are making.
Tells Wiki - Wikipedia
13 Common Poker Tells - Goku Poker
Top Poker Tells - Joe Beevers & Jeff Kimber
Keep your poker face in poker by establishing a robot routine.
Tilt is when a player gets angry when they lose a pot and that leads them to make bad plays they normally would not. Take advantage of players on tilt.
Do not let your bad play or you tilting lead you to do something as horrible as cheating at poker.
Be aware of others who may cheat to create an advantage.
Angle Shooting - Some players might try trick you into thinking they are going to act in a certain way in a hand, to try and get a reaction out of you. This is bad etiquette.
Winning players have a plan. Winning players ask questions.
11 Ways to Play Stronger Poker - Phil Hellmuth
Inquisitive Poker - Phil Gordon