Poker Tutorials – Tips for playing a good game of poker
Poker tips – Playing a good clean game of poker
Watch players who play aggressively or carelessly and those who are tense, try to play against the negligent and avoid and those tight, unless you have a strong hand.
Beware to coins
You must always know how many chips each player has. Note who has more chips than you and play more carefully against them – one mistake could knock you out of the game. It is usually better to play pots with players who have fewer chips than you.
If your cards do not correspond with the common throw you when someone else bets.
As in the hand
Not always play when you have an ace in hand. However, play an ace if it is accompanied by a card of the same suit or a card that value of at least 10.
Hands that remain before the flop
Play with pairs (7-7, 9-9) with two figures (KQ, QJ), or hands that can make both a straight and a flush (8-9, 6-7 in the same suit). Be patient and fold other hands, unless you are blind.
Good hand? Bet strong
If you play no-limit Texas Hold’em, players can bet all their chips at any time, so bet aggressively when you have a good hand.
Watch and wait
Play few hands when you’re among the first players to act, because you are “out of position” and will be vulnerable when the other player raises.
Wait your turn
Do not operate until you turn, at the poker table, play proceeds clockwise.
Be a player who bet, not only pay
It is better to be aggressive.
If someone raises in a late position (near or on the button), re-raise a considerable sum, if you are blind. Chances are, they do not have a big hand and just try to steal your blinds. (This style of play, called “over the top” is probably the hardest game you can do in Texas Hold’em no limit.)
The biggest mistake most players make is to act too quickly. When you take an important decision, think a moment about how the betting has gone and what could be your opponent. Take your time.
Do not play at limits that can intimidate and not risk your whole bankroll in one game
If you play to a limit which you feel is too high for you, stop – even if you can afford from a financial standpoint to continue playing at that limit. It’s easy to lose your cool in these situations, which can lead to loss of pleasure to play and bad decisions.
Do not put more money in the game than you can afford to lose
This is usually the most important. It is always possible to lose money playing poker, even when playing well. So you should never risking money that, once lost, you could cause financial problems, especially if you are in a bad period for your game.
It’s easy to have a very long poker bad mood. But if you follow the above rules may pass over such periods without problems. And as luck would again be on your side and you make good decisions when you feel better at the table and your profit will increase.