I was watching a TV program and this little parable game up:
Two men are trying out for a position on a baseball team. The coach decides to hire whichever one can run from home base to first base the quickest. They both run it at the exact same speed except one guy runs with perfect form. Which one should the coach hire? The answer is the guy without perfect form since once his form is improved, he will outrun the other player.
I feel like this quip applies to my game now. I'm posting good results and making a lot of good plays and getting myself into good spots but my form definitely needs improvement. I'm trying to start to target those areas beginning with the most common or largest leaks and working my way down from there. currently one leak is when I fail to listen to that inner voice on the river, facing a raise or a bet, that KNOWS I'm beat. Usually, this occurs when villain only had a couple outs to beat me but it's so obvious I'm beat. Tonight villain hit a Jack on the river to fill up vs my turned flush. The way he played the hand screamed JJ and yet when he raised my river bet, I tanked and made the call, even calling out his hand. so, correcting this particular leak will be my aim and when I am to the point where I feel I am doing a better job of not paying of those river bets, I'll be moving on to my next leak.