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How To Use Tactics In Poker

If your one-pair is the best hand at the table, then it’s the nuts! If your full house is bested by a four-of-a-kind, then it’s a trash hand. Poker is a vicious winner-take-all game. In a poker pot, the first place hand wins all the money and most of that money comes straight from the guy who finishes second. If you have the worst hand at the table, consider yourself blessed. After all, the winner is not taking his bounty from your wallet. Most of the money comes from the guy who finished second Therefore, you must, must avoid getting trapped with the second best hand at no-limit hold’em. In fixed-limit games, people with the second best hand do not lose too much money with any given hand. However, in Texas no-limit, a second best hand can mean your entire stack. Do not get too attached to holdings when it is fairly clear you are being beat.

If you’re dealt: 10 Spades & Jack Diamonds with a flop of: Ace Hearts, Ace Diamonds and King Hearts, then your hand cannot withstand much pressure. Conversely, you should goad people to form second best hands when you hold a whopper.

For example, if you hold with a Jack Spades and Jack Diamonds and a flop of Jack Hearts, 6 Hearts and 6 Spades, you should slow play your hand – it’s very likely that a card will come on the board that will give your opponents a decent hand or some sort of draw. When the turn cards come on the board, they will give your opponents a decent hand or some sort of draw. When the turn cards come, fire away!

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For example, if you hold with a Jack Spades and Jack Diamonds and a flop of Jack Hearts, 6 Hearts and 6 Spades, you should slow play your hand – it’s very likely that a card will come on the board that will give your opponents a decent hand or some sort of draw. When the turn cards come on the board, they will give your opponents a decent hand or some sort of draw. When the turn cards come, fire away!

STACKING THE UP Believe it or not, how much you buy in for greatly affects the tactics at your disposal. In particular, stack sizes influence preflop strategy. Big pairs like pocket aces and pocket jacks are always valuable, but the speed that you play these hands depends on your stack size. If you are short stacked, you should play these hands aggressively both preflop and at the flop (provided a card higher than your large pocket pair is not on the board). You want to go guns blazing in an effort to build the pot and increase your chips. However, if you are large stacked. you need to be more careful because other players may flop a very strong hand against you. If you’re already sat behind a huge stack of chips, you have more to lose than a player who’s doing badly.

For example, suppose you hold A Spades A Diamonds the flop is 8 Diamonds 8 Hearts 9 Hearts. There are two other opponents