Originally Posted by juggle5344
his bad move is actually bad for both of you in some such situations.
You're saying that if villain is playing bad its bad for you too?
Go play against Phil Ivey, I'm sure he'll play optimal so you can beat him.
No but really, review your sessions if you made right decisions on important hands. Also, you say you have played 100s and 100s of hands. Try playing a lot more and see how you are doing.