How to Become a Better Poker Player

I've watched enough Poker Stars on Channel 4
to know if it's a good enough hand-
double ace or a couple of jacks-
go all in:
push those chips forward 
sweat nothing but a thin glacial film on a steady forehead
suppress those shaking hands
force trembling knees from rising into tidal sand, beach break waves
and risk it all for one more minor win,
a chance of another tournament trophy,
because I'm about to become everything or nothing with either a flush or a full house
and the hotel lobby'll go quiet
and the James Hartigan in my head is speechless
whilst the Gavin Griffin is protesting saying don't do it because he's seen her cards;
he's unsure
and
his years' of experience in the game have been reduced to nothing more than an educated guess.