The first thing about poker every player needs to learn--after the rules of the game, of course--is that poker is first and foremost a game of information. The winningest player on the felt is also the most informed, and knows what to do with the information at hand, every hand.
It's nothing short of a high wire act that the winning poker player must perform during any given game, balancing on a tightrope between playing the numbers, playing position, and playing his opponent. While juggling all of this information at once is surely an advanced skill, best mastered by the greatest players on the felt, anyone can begin learning and practicing these principles when they sit down.
Arm yourself now with the knowledge and information you need to play winning poker.
Everyone must start somewhere, so here's a small collection of resources to begin with.
Some quick resources that may come in handy during an online poker session. (I don't recommend bringing crib sheets to a live, brick and mortar casino. They'll eat you alive, if you come traipsing in with one...)
Refining your poker skill doesn't start and end at the tables. Reviewing your hands afterwards, to seek out and destroy your weaknesses, is a crucial part of a poker centirc regimen. Here's a few places to start.
Another key to poker success is knowing which games to join, and which to avoid. Money Guaranteed games with a good overlay are terrific opportunities to add value to your buyins, and freerolls can be a great place to simply practice. Use the links below to find buyin tournaments, freeroll, or your favorite poker TV show.
There you have it, just as a top mechanic has his tools of the trade to make him successful, now you have yours! Visit this page often, to see what we've added to the mix, and use your time wisely...remember a day without learning is a day wasted!
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