Articles by: Jeff Gross

From Istanbul to Cashing in the 2015 World Series of Poker

Jeff Gross | June 28, 2015

About ten days into the 2015 World Series of Poker, I have had several deep runs with three WSOP cashes as well as an 18th/329 in the WPT Aria 500, where I made the money but bubbled the July 5th Day 2 restart.  I want to share with what I think is working thus far […]

Pressing Your Action is Key When Things Are Going Well

Jeff Gross | May 21, 2015

In previous articles I have talked about keeping an even keel – how it is important when doing well to keep your head on straight and to keep your composure when things aren’t going well. Being able to simply notice this is a skill in it’s own right. I spoke about a downswing that I […]

The Key to Any Goal Setting Exercise: A Definite Chief Aim

Jeff Gross | March 27, 2015

There is no question that goal setting and success go hand in hand. Look at leaders in their respective sport or profession and chances are they are well versed in setting tangible goals. My father taught me at a young age how valuable it was to set goals, and when I was in middle school […]

Downswings: What To Do When the Sh*t Hits the Fan

Jeff Gross | February 20, 2015

Jeff Gross believes it’s important for pros and amateurs alike to figure out how to understand what to do when the cards turn against you. Poker is a game of waves or having a flow, if you will. There are times when it feels like you can’t lose a hand if you tried and times when you feel […]