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5 Tips to Become A Pro Poker Player

It takes a few minutes to learn poker, but it takes time to become a pro player. Online poker is now legal in many states of the US. It is convenient and you can choose from a range of friendly stakes. Many online casinos offer exciting bonuses and rewards. Also, you have a list of games which you would like to indulge in. There are a variety of poker games; Royal flush, straight flush, full house, one pair, two-pair high card, and many more. Well, you might hold the expertise in playing at physical casinos, but the scenario is different online. So, whether you are a beginner or an intermediate you can master the art of different strategies and transition easily from physical to virtual casinos. If you are a first-timer, then research well about different games, learn the rules and tactics of each one of them and find out which game you will enjoy the most. This guide briefs you about the tips you should follow to sharpen your poker skills.

Research and understand the game well

Get in-depth knowledge about the game before you start playing online. It is very important to understand which cards beat and help you win the game. Many poker sites allow you to play the game initially for free. By playing for free you will understand the concepts well, as you will have nothing to lose. Once you understand the game thoroughly you are ready for real money poker. Start with the lowest stakes in order to avoid losing a big amount of money and increase your amount gradually when you start feeling confident. There are many variants of a poker game, the most popular one is ‘No-limit Texas Hold’em. It is easier to find online, is the most widely discussed poker game.

Be selective about your hands

You could be a poker enthusiast, but being selective about your hands is a good strategy to play efficiently.  Good poker strategy includes choosing the right starting hand, passing on a marginal hand, and pouncing a monster hand. The best starting hands in poker could be A-A, K-K, Q-Q, J-J, A-J, K-Q, A-Q. The number combinations like 10-10, 9-9, 8-8, 7-7, 6-6 can also work well.

Master the art of bluffing

To bluff means to win too many pots strategically. If you bluff wisely you will force the players to fold.   A skilful bluff will get you better hands to fold. You can start by continuation bet  (C-bet). This bet can be made on a flop after you have led a betting preflop. Even if they don't hit the flop, c-bet will keep the game going. You can lure your opponent into believing that you are trying to buy the pot while you are actually holding a decent hand.

Do not bluff too much

Bluffing is great, but too much of it can lead to bleeding of chips by playing marginal hands a lot especially if you run into a calling station that does not respect your plays. Semi-bluff is a preferable option here, it can be used when you have a drawing hand that has the potential of improving a strong hand.

Investing in poker tracking software is worth it

A tracking software or a Heads-up Display(HUDs) can help you assess your opponents. They will help you see the real-time stats like their pre-flop percentage and the number of times they fold to raise. This will help you define a better strategy and make more informed calls.

These are some of the tips that will help you better your game gradually. Games at a lower stake initially will help you understand the strategy wisely and help you imply it later in the higher stake games. The more you play, the better you become. Once you feel confident about your game, you can participate in a range of tournaments and cash games and make good money out of it.

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