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4 Texas Holdem Online Game Tips

Texas Holdem Online Game Tip #1

Bet With Won Money

It�s okay to put a little money into the cosmic texas holdem online game itty every now and then, and if you can afford it, dropping a few hundred bucks here and there might not be a problem. However, the best texas holdem online game players work themselves up from low-limit games, building up their poker bankroll as they go along (and keeping it far, far away from their personal finances--the money they need to live). If you�re not someone with a ton of disposable income, and you want to play high-limit and no-limit games, the best idea is to work your way up there through previous wins, not to buy in with �your� money. This has the built-in benefit of ensuring you�re ready for the level of play at high-limit and no-limit tables.

Texas Holdem Online Game Tip #2

Have a Good Reason To Keep Betting

Far too often I see players throwing money into the pot, round after round, with no clear idea of what they�re looking for. If you are betting in a txas holdem online game, you should be betting on something. That something may be the credibility you�ve built up with the other players, in case of a bluff, but it should be something. This is what betting is all about. You have to have the goods to back up your bets, or you lose. Simple as that. And the idea of staying in just to stay in, very common with beginning poker players, is always a bad one. (No, your �gut� is not accurate enough at this point to tell you anything. If it tells you to stay in with a JTs, after you�ve flopped nothing and your opponent is betting, tell it to shut up.) Fishing expeditions are a way to throw money away.

Texas Holdem Online Game Tip #3

Know The Odds

Sad is the player trying to draw a gutshot straight on the river--the odds are 10.5 to 1. Unless there�s a great deal of money in the pot, this is always a bad play. Once you�ve studied a few poker books and/or played a lot of hands, you won�t need to think about the odds--they�ll come naturally, instinctively. Until then, you have to do it the old-fashioned way: counting the number of outs you have, the number of unknown cards remaining, and then making the calculations we discussed in the section on advanced odds. This shouldn�t last too long, though--the most common probabilities will soon become familiar to you.

Texas Holdem Online Game Tip #4

Don�t Sit Down With Big Stacks

When you have the option of choosing which texas holdem online game to play, try not to sit at one where one or two players have enormous stacks. This gives them a betting advantage over you (it is also a good indication that they�re very skillful), as they can afford to stay in on pots you can�t. Choose table where the stacks are somewhat even, and, if possible, similar in size to your buy-in.

Submitted by:

James Obrian

James Brian, a Texas Holdem enthusiast who lives in Florida. James OBrian is a leading Poker professional and earns handsome money, playing Online Texas Hold em Poker for money, using his techniques enumerated in the Free Texas Holdem Poker ebook at http://www.TexasHoldemAdvisor.com


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