Texas Hold’em Advice Part 1

Texas Hold’em Advice Part 1

In this article, we will cover many different situations that will occur to many online casino players when playing Teas Hold’em at online casinos. In fact, many of these bits of advice will do you no harm whether you are at a online casino or a land based casino. Heck, these words of advice will totally make you look good at home games, too.

Like we always say here at PhD when talking about Texas Hold’em – it is a complex game, but if played right becomes pretty easy. If you follow the correct advice, like you will get here at this online casino portal, you stand a better chance of coming out on top. Unless you are the luckiest person to ever walk this planet, with out a basic knowledge regarding the structure of this – the most popular of all online casino games – you will not win.

Below we have put together some really interesting bits of advice for you to take to heart when playing this game.

  1. If you consider not calling a wager because you are focusing on what the money youe are risking will buy you, you are in a game that is too expensive for you, you are playing too high. Risking any money not established for your budget (recreation) like bill money or rent money – even food money, is a massive misstep on your part. Using money you cannot afford to play with will not only affect your ability to play confidently, it will no doubt affect your life terribly outside of the casino, too.
  2. An ace is the highest card in the deck, so it can make the highest straight. But, it can also function as a one in a low straight or low straight flush. . A high five high straight is known a wheel. A five high flush is often called a steel wheel. Needless to say, aces are versatile and very valuable in Hold’em games.
  3. If all the other players at your table fold, you obviously win the pot no matter what you are holding. Because you stayed in and everyone else folded – you automatically win – so you do not have to show your cards – so don’t. Even if someone asks you to see them – don’t. No only did they not pay in order to have the privilege to see them, but if you do show them, it gives away vital info to the others about your game – for free. The object of this game is to win, not to give away free info to non payers.
  4. Not understanding the blinds is a sure fire giveaway that that you are new to Texas Hold’em. If you are a new player, make certain that you fully understand what is at hand here and place your blinds without having to be reminded by the dealer. At online casinos, if a certain amount of time goes by and you still have not acted on the blind, you will be prompted, and you will look like you are distracted and other players will feel that you are a novice and an easy target.
  5. This does not matter at online casinos, but if you are playing anywhere else, never release your winning hand until the pot has been given to you. This is basic, but you will be surprised at how many home games are disrupted because so in so threw their cards into the discard pile while lunging for the pot and forgetting to show their winning cards first.
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