Sunday, June 25, 2006

This is My Tips:

Poker Tips

* Start out playing a game that you are familiar with. When you playing online poker for the first time, it is better to just focus on learning how to play online poker the first few times.

* Understand the difference between playing at the casino and playing online. In general, you'll have to play more wisely against possibly more skilled competition at the casino, but experienced player tables exist online also. Remember that in both cases, you are playing for real money, so play well.

* If you're having a bad time at the tables, take a break. You take refreshment breaks when you are playing with friends or at the casino. Likewise, you should take breaks while playing online.

* Practice, practice, practice. Like anything else, the best way to learn is by doing. Start out playing low-stakes or free games to hone your skills. Note your mistakes.

* Study poker strategy. Reading poker strategy books is an excellent way to improve your poker skills.

* Don’t expect to win every time you play. Poker is a game of skill, but it is also a game of chance. Try to learn from any mistakes you made and chalk up losing sessions to bad luck.

* Don’t be intimidated. The intimidating thing about playing poker online is that everyone has the ultimate poker face: an online character. Remember that you are playing against real, fallible people sitting in front of their computers just like you.

* Have fun! Although it is possible for you to win big money through online poker, you should first and foremost be having a great time playing.

* Don't play cash poor. As a general rule you should start with 40-50 times the table limit.

* If you've got nothing in your hand, get out.

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Blogger jon jon said...

yo'thanks, not much of a gambler...just yet!


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