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The thrill of flopping a monster is the nirvana of hold’em. This wonderful event makes mucking all that trash for hours on end worthwhile. Poker hand distribution is somewhat like a bell shaped curve, in that the hands that are total trash and the monsters are on either end, and the bulk of the more difficult ones to play, are in the middle.
These are the top 5% of poker tournament starting hands. The first rule of poker tournaments is to never slow play top hands. Each of these hands should always be raised pre-flop (other actions can be made for appropriate reasons however). For AK or QQ from early position, you should really be folding to any 3bets, or if there has been an opening raise of two bets with many players yet to act.
Contents. 1 2 Effective Ways to Beat Maniacs at the Poker Table. 1.1 Effective strategies when playing against maniacs. 1.1.1 1) Fight back against maniacs before the flop. 126.96.36.199 Maniacs aren’t looking for a fight; 1.1.2 2) Trap aggressive players with your strong hands; 1.1.3 Risk of getting outdrawn; 1.2 Bad beats are more likely to happen when you’re playing against maniacs.
Poker mostly is a game of people, but this only applies when your opponents are thinking and planning out a hand. Your competition seems to be the gambling part of the poker comunity, playing for fun and luck. Being the better player, you should consider this as a factor for your playstyle. The usual approach is to play good hands in good.
Learn how to dominate local poker tournaments using these simple but very effective tips and strategies. If you’ve been playing poker online for some time or have been watching poker on TV and are considering taking a shot at local poker tournaments, this guide should help you start on the right foot. Regardless of whether you’ve gained some experience on the virtual felt or caught a poker.
How To Deal With (And Profit From!) Serial Limpers. Whenever I find an opponent who tries to see every flop in a tournament or SNG with a limp, or maybe a flat call of a small raise I remember Jim. Jim was a successful business owner who used to play in the same loose homegame crowd as I did and would limp every damn time. When queried he would laugh and say that the flop could hit any hand.
Advice on how to deal with limpers Usually I play on stars where I see less limping and tables generally punishing limpers. Today I tried a new client where there was a lot of limping and where there was many situations that made me really confused.