Finished my 1 week NAP... Results?

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Finished my 1 week NAP... Results?

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Well about 9 days ago I started my NAP, because there was a decent poker festival coming to my local casino and I really wanted to win a trophy (along with the money that comes with it haha :lol: )

So I started my NAP a week before the tournament-festival started and ran it throughout the week it was on.

My NAP: "All the beliefs that stop you from winning a poker trophy this october are now removed from your subconscious mind, during this cleanup, you feel great 24/7, you totally detach yourself from your goal. You are winning a poker trophy this october."

So how did it go...

Tournament (1):
Well I started off by buying into a £65 ($105) tournament and there was about ~100 people, top 5 would be given free entry into the £1000 ($1600) tournament which first prize is £70K ($113K), thats what I was aiming for, obviously, haha.
This tournament went well and we was soon down to the final 6 players. I picked up "KK" (second best starting hand in the game) and one guy who slightly had more chips than me goes all in, now its up to me, I call. he has AJ (aj v kk = I'm a 70% favorite), until the cards come down AJ49J giving him the winning hand, and I'm knocked out 6th and receive £530 ($850) in tournament vouchers.
I was pretty gutted as it was my dream to win the entry to the big £1000 entry tournament and win that, but this turned out to be a blessing in disguise (thank you SM, haha).

So I've now got £530 ($850) that I have to spend on tournaments only throughout the week, so I decided to play as many as I could in hope for the trophy I was searching for.

Tournament (2):
The first tournament of the week was a £110 ($180) entry. I played really well, the cards were coming my way and everything was going perfect. From the starting 170 people we was down to the final 4. I made a hugeeeeeeeee mistake and it cost me my tournament, I was knocked out 4th, I took £1300 ($2100), my biggest win yet. I was gutted that I was so close to the trophy and made such a fatal mistake at the last moment after 12 hours of playing near on perfect poker.
I think this tournament affected my vibration for the rest of the week as I couldn't help but beat myself up over the mistake I made and how close I got in this tournament. Obviously I was still happy with the win but I'm sure many of you know what I mean.
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I played a few more tournaments with the remaining tournament vouchers I had and they didn't go to great...

Tournament (3):
There were more satellite tournaments for the big £1000 entry one, I played one and it went great, I won the entry.
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I played the main event just like I wanted too, it didn't go well. But it is definitely a foot in the right direction, I was the youngest one there, 20. 20 playing in a £1000 entry tournament sounds like an achievement to me.
If I had come top 5 on the first day and didn't win the £530, I would have just played the main event and not been able to play the tournament where I got my biggest win yet (£1300).

I do believe the NAPs helped. I felt alot more confident in my play and my game, I felt as if I was the best in the room and I think that reflected on how I played and how the cards just went my way exactly when I needed them too (tournament 2). I felt alot more detatched during the day.

I have changed my NAP from the trophy winning to more of a profitable (X AMOUNT A WEEK) one via poker.
This was only 1-2weeks of using the NAP, imagine if I had been doing it for months coming up to the festival.
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Cool and congrats for your winnings. :SupNap:
Ronno wrote:I have changed my NAP from the trophy winning to more of a profitable (X AMOUNT A WEEK) one via poker.
That's funny because I was about to tell you just this. :lol:

You see, your NAP just started to kick in and you were lucky like me by getting money results within just a few days but notice how low they are. That's because you just started to clear your limiting beliefs on money so you got the £530 and the £1,300 one but not the higher possible gains.

So yeah, do a NAP on a bigger number like £2500 or more and see how it goes.

Good luck ;)

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Merlin wrote:Cool and congrats for your winnings. :SupNap:
Ronno wrote:I have changed my NAP from the trophy winning to more of a profitable (X AMOUNT A WEEK) one via poker.
That's funny because I was about to tell you this. :lol:

You see, your NAP just started to kick in and you were lucky like me by getting money results within just a few days but notice how low they are. That's because you just started to clear your limiting beliefs on money so you got the £530 and the £1,300 one but not on higher possible gains.

So yeah, do a NAP on a bigger number like £2500 or more and see how it goes.

Good luck ;)

Merlin
Yeah I think I'm going to try £2000 a week and see if my results start to rocket :SupNap:

Thanks btw
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Congratulations that's awesome news.

I'm thinking back on a lot of stupid stuff I've done the last few months and wondering "why the hell did I do that?". So I'm wondering, the "big mistake" you said you made, could that have been the subconscious mind (or negative beliefs in the SM) causing you to sabotage yourself and not win even more?
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Dr_Scully wrote:Congratulations that's awesome news.

I'm thinking back on a lot of stupid stuff I've done the last few months and wondering "why the hell did I do that?". So I'm wondering, the "big mistake" you said you made, could that have been the subconscious mind (or negative beliefs in the SM) causing you to sabotage yourself and not win even more?
I feel as if it was you know, because i barely even thought it through conciously I just blurted out "all in" and after thinking it through a couple times, its obvious the guy had a really good hand :oops:
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Ronno wrote:Yeah I think I'm going to try £2000 a week and see if my results start to rocket :SupNap:
No not £2000 a week, that's £8000/month that's too much. Either go with £2000 per month or £500/week to start and then build.

Then again that's just me.

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Dr_Scully wrote:could that have been the subconscious mind (or negative beliefs in the SM) causing you to sabotage yourself and not win even more?
Yep.

His SM still has limiting beliefs on higher numbers but that's about to change.

It's a castle you are building Ronno, you can't finish it in 2 days, it has to be steadily built up 1 brick at a time. In your case, remove 1 limiting belief at a time.

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Merlin wrote:
Dr_Scully wrote:could that have been the subconscious mind (or negative beliefs in the SM) causing you to sabotage yourself and not win even more?
Yep.

His SM still has limiting beliefs on higher numbers but that's about to change.

It's a castle you are building Ronno, you can't finish it in 2 days, it has to be steadily built up 1 brick at a time. In your case, remove 1 limiting belief at a time.

Merlin
That's the plan :D thanks for the input
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Nice success though! You really should be satisfied with the results!
Keep up the good work!
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Pls keep us updated Ronno! Don't forget unlike what Rainbows did. It's a money thing so I'm more interested. We're on the same path.
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