For a poker player, when choosing a table, it is very important to be able to observe people, to determine the level of players and their types. As the bets move, strong and weak opponents will sit to your right or left, all this will make a huge difference if you still decide to take an empty seat. It is not enough to find a good table, you need not to miss and not choose a bad seat behind it.
You have stopped your choice, analyzed the situation behind it, developed your own game plan and strategy of behavior, but the work of the mind does not end there. Remember, a significant part of the road to victory is having a clear understanding of how you will use your opponents' weaknesses to your advantage. Remember to keep an eye on the situation at the table. It may very well be that after a while the place you have chosen will no longer be strategically successful and it would be more correct to end the game and move on to finding another table. As a rule, it is recommended not to use automatic blinds, so that you can once again analyze your position.
Mindfulness, observation, accurate calculation and analysis are the very three bishops that will help you take the right place at the gaming table. Learn to apply them, make them a habit, and your path to victory will be greatly shortened.