In poker you will find that you can find various types of personality relatively easily. People, who place emphasis on chat communication, silently concentrate on games, aggressive people, people who stick to defense and ten men. And, of course there are people who are good at games and people who are not. In the beginning you might be full of yourself only about yourself. But please try observing the movements to other players. There are things to notice variously. What kind of idea the person is facing in this game, what kind of strategy is going to recommend the game, and so on.
Not only in poker, it seems that the point to win the game is summarized in one word, how to predict the behavior pattern of the opponent accurately, and how we can deal flexibly in light of that prediction. Here I will interpret the pattern of people who are winning in total and I will write clues to grasp the behavior patterns. If people who are winning are known, they will cautiously deal with them. That's why you can minimize the so-called "duckling" risk. I think that there are mainly two types of "strong" type. One is a "win" type and the other is a "not lose" type person.
The former refers to a person who loses when he loses but who has won more than that in total, and sometimes wins a strong win. On the other hand, the latter refers to a person who does not participate in the game so much but rather is gradually increasing though it is plain but noticed. Especially this type seems to tend to dislike being unwillingly defeated more than I cannot get much pot. Both types should be licking their tongues as beginners' players come when they become prey prey. Special care should be needed when sitting on the same table as a person of this type.
Basically, I think that it is better for a "winning" type of person to fight tight than usual (to focus on as much as possible and only compete in good hands). People who "win" generally prefer Razor (a person who increases the pot by rising meaninglessly). Because I am certain that I will definitely bite if I provoke. In that sense it must be that people calling always are "good ducks". Conversely, for players who "win", there will be no other opponent who cannot do as hard as a person who does not follow their actions. From that point on, first of all I think that you should learn fromas much as possible. Just by showing the margin of "You can win at the time you should win" will be pretty worrisome for you. It is enough to suppress unreasonable action against you.