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inoimbluffing   . Sep 06 2013 06:44. Posts 14


  On October 02 2009 20:05 Elite00 wrote:
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um, maybe someone who is a BEGINNER at poker?

how could you be to stupid enough to not know that? Mind boggling.


Well said...
It is like saying until you read that you were stupid..


Twisted    Netherlands. Sep 06 2013 11:27. Posts 10422

Next level bot.


webas   . Jan 16 2014 14:15. Posts 1

Hello guys

I recently started playing poker. What i found out so far, that is really addicting :D Since i am sc2 fan, i favor this forum and decided to ask stupid questions that are not in beginners guide or in novice guides.. :D I hope i will get some friendliness.

So the questions:

Do you guys registered to most poker sites because of "100%bonus of cash"? It sounds very very huge bonus.
Played some games with pokermoney and tried cash games. I do think sit'n'go is easiest to start especcialy when you win if half table players drop out. It doesnt give you any money but gradually i could try those normal tables. Any comments on this?

I also interested in making my own sheet with results of some kind of to track something that is suppose to be important(not just interesting). Any guide in here? Or is this that bankroll manager? Or bankroll manager is another useful sheet of info?

I noticed i try boldly with shitty hand(same color) for flushes. It seems to pay off, at least when i play very casually. And i also focus on my timigs to fold the cards by guessing if i will loose.

And the last question: is texas holdem most popular or easiest to play for noobs or the way to become a good poker player? Will people eventually transition to other poker types?

Ty. for answers!


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PokerSprout   United States. Apr 05 2015 21:55. Posts 1

Loving the break down for beginning players in the thread!


  On January 16 2014 13:15 webas wrote:
Hello guys

I recently started playing poker. What i found out so far, that is really addicting :D Since i am sc2 fan, i favor this forum and decided to ask stupid questions that are not in beginners guide or in novice guides.. :D I hope i will get some friendliness.

So the questions:

Do you guys registered to most poker sites because of "100%bonus of cash"? It sounds very very huge bonus.
Played some games with pokermoney and tried cash games. I do think sit'n'go is easiest to start especcialy when you win if half table players drop out. It doesnt give you any money but gradually i could try those normal tables. Any comments on this?

I also interested in making my own sheet with results of some kind of to track something that is suppose to be important(not just interesting). Any guide in here? Or is this that bankroll manager? Or bankroll manager is another useful sheet of info?

I noticed i try boldly with shitty hand(same color) for flushes. It seems to pay off, at least when i play very casually. And i also focus on my timigs to fold the cards by guessing if i will loose.

And the last question: is texas holdem most popular or easiest to play for noobs or the way to become a good poker player? Will people eventually transition to other poker types?

Ty. for answers!



Definitely try to always take FULL advantage of the 100% bonuses you find. For example, if you have $300 and one site offers 100% at $100 and 50% at $1000; you'll want to deposit to the first option first off, grind up / unlock your winnings and bonus, then deposit on the other site when your bankroll is large enough. It's definitely a great reason to start at a site, but you should also weigh that against the risk of the site closing (if it isn't regulated or for another reason). Do your research!

Sit and goes are a great starting point. Your edge is quickly made known, especially at lower stakes when that is often a matter of patience. You might typically be able to literally sit out and get 5th place or higher a decent amount of the time in a 10 man tournament. These tournaments also teach you about adapting to players quickly, about variance of the game, and about keeping cool after things don't go your way (because they won't a lot of the time!)

Texas Hold'em is by far and away the most popular game to play. However, it's also one of the more competitive games. If you're getting into a game, or anything you want to beat, just make sure you're doing more than your competition to learn and to improve, and you will come out on top in the long run (barring any physical talents, like if we're talking basketball and being above 6'5" helping quite a bit)


ace345yo   Romania. Jun 20 2015 18:49. Posts 1

 Last edit: 02/11/2016 22:11

jrkirby   United States. Dec 01 2016 10:45. Posts 1

Are there any good guides that tell you which hands are worth seeing the flop for and which hands are worth betting on and stuff like that?


devon06atX   Canada. Dec 01 2016 22:27. Posts 5405


  On December 01 2016 09:45 jrkirby wrote:
Are there any good guides that tell you which hands are worth seeing the flop for and which hands are worth betting on and stuff like that?

http://www.gamblingsystem.biz/books/2p2NL6max.pdf

Good for preflop starting hands for 6max


paulsmart   United Kingdom. Dec 19 2016 10:32. Posts 12

Hi,

Thank you for this very informative post.

Have more patience 

JeanetteHoel   Australia. Feb 13 2017 16:02. Posts 7

thanks for the info. bru


whamm!   Albania. Mar 14 2017 10:38. Posts 11625

these youngins are really polite as fuck


 
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