Friday, May 8, 2009

Online poker has arrived!

Due to the popularity of no limit hold'em on televised poker players who want to not only expand their ability to play; they also want to punish their opponents. Poker books are not the best selection on going to learn this type of poker game. Online poker you must read poker forums and study from players that are playing and giving instruction.

These type poker players play multi games and many play up to ten games at once on a few different poker sites. They can not only learn from each decision they learn at a higher pace then poker players that have played fifteen years in less then two years. They quickly build a poker strategy that works in order for them to make money. Is this not why we enter the game in the first place to win money!

6-max no limit hold'em is exciting for the gamblers and the regular professional players alike due to the high variance in the game of this style of poker. But yes the basic strategy still holds true for most of the game. You will have to tweak this strategy to for you to gain most advantage.

Over all number one rule of Hold'em poker is that it's a position game. The player who is in late position has many more options than the poker player in early position. When the poker opponent checks in early position you have the choice of betting or checking. But the opponent has made the decision first and if he has not bet he is probably weak. So a bet with a marginal poker hand may pick up the pot without a fight. If he has a hand and bets, you may wish to fold with the same marginal hand.

You are most often in control of the hand and you will want to keep it that way. When he/she bets you can raise him if you have a big hand and gain extra bets. He can only gain a single bet is his downfall in this situation. But one of the most important parts is taking a free card that is the foundation of the game. He may react by checking and you have nothing you could take a free card or a cheap card. Saving and gaining extra bets will definately build your bankroll at a faster pace. Which means a higher rate of return hourly.

Stumble Upon Toolbar

No comments: