The question of when one should exit a session of Texas Holdem is something that will eventually come up. For a new player, it is important that you become acquainted with both sides of the arguments players use for quitting (or not) when ahead.
Of course, the benefit of a Texas Holdem strategy of leaving the Poker table after you win is that it ensures that you leave with a profit. By existing now, on a winning note, you are full of confidence, and you can come back the table still brimming with the same confidence.
Of course there will be some Texas Holdem players who will argue that leaving the table prematurely will only hinder your development as a player. If you leave after you win a few amounts, you will never see your bank roll increase to its fullest potential.
In addition, just because you are losing now does not mean you will be getting garbage hands for the entire session.
Not only will playing in spite of losing games help you adjust to losing in general, but a lot of times, the tide changes or turns when you are undergoing a losing skid.
If you are a newcomer to Texas Holdem, the main thing that you will have to consider, of course, is just how much your bank roll can take. If it can take a big hit, then you should keep playing. However, more important than your bank roll is your ability to take a loss.
Every Texas Holdem player can, or should be able to, take a loss. However, the threshold differs for each individual. In the end this is the part that you must consider. Regardless of what other people say, it is you who will make the final choice.
The best way to start is to try both. If you are new, gaining confidence is very important, so it is all right to leave after winning a few games. What you want to do as a new Texas Holdem player is to simply savor the moment, knowing that you have won some money.
As you play more games, your confidence increases, and so does our mental attitude, allowing you to stay in games even when you are losing. Having won before, you now know that the tide, and your fortune, can change.
Simply put, you should exit the table at the point when you feel comfortable, not just about leaving, but also about the time when you will be able to come, refreshed and ready to play Texas Holdem again.