I can imagine a new poker player who, after watching a number of episodes of the World Series of Poker or World Poker Tour, was suddenly ‘inspired’ and tried one of the big poker sites advertised.
Suddenly – suddenly – when he copied the game he had seen in several episodes, like moving all-in with 4-4 in the starting position – he thought he made a good game. Of course it’s sometimes a good game, but it’s not always a situs judi qq online terpercaya.
Because, players who are too enthusiastic to lose a big pile and cost hundreds of dollars in real money.
Why not tell him to try the same game on a free poker site, so he will recognize his mistakes? He can play free poker out, learn from him and still have hundreds of dollars left.
Free poker sites are also the best way to build a bankroll, if you don’t have one, and if you play long enough. And you will learn to play poker for free and learn from your mistakes and what others have done.
Sure, you can try playing your offsuit Q-7 and then fail Q-5-3 and then get called by A-Q later or K-K – that’s when you realize your Q-7 is rubbish, and you can’t play it again.
Of course, you can watch other people playing Q-7. He might fail Q-5-3, as above, or even A-J-7. Now you know you have it, because you have K-K (in the first failure) or A-K, or J-J (in the second).
Now you remember the times when you won, and when you remember this time every time the same situation arose, you would win the pot.
If you play free poker long enough, you will see what this situation is and then be able to describe it like this: In the first failure, it might be ‘Playing Overpairs’; in the second, maybe ‘Play the Top Pair’ or ‘Play the Set’.
However, there is a downfall if you are not careful: Suppose you play 3-2 and you win. You might think that winning 3-2 is a good game, and then suddenly you rush to play real money poker. You lose. You think, “How was 3-2 harpooned on this board! It just won last week!”
If you are observant enough to play free online poker, you might see a lot of players doing the same thing (playing bad hands) and they win.
However, you can watch whether they win consistently or not, and often do not.
Someone plays 7-2, wins; someone plays it again later, then loses.
When you play free poker, this may not teach you that the A-10 is sometimes dangerous to play after a raise because it might be a better Ace, but it teaches you what to avoid and what to play.
In free poker, you shouldn’t just play old games. You have to play as if it is a huge amount of money at stake.
Play only good hands as if your big money depends on it.
If you continue to play bad starting hands without the ability to represent them (and representing hands is not so practical in free poker because many free poker players play just any hand, bet when they press the flop and throw when not) you will become a bad player faster .