How to Win Poker Tournaments

Texas Holdem: Poker Match Approach : Include Optimal Engage in in Poker Procedures





Understand the variance in between purely natural tendencies and ideal engage in when arranging tactic for successful Texas Holdem poker tournaments in this free poker tutorial movies from our qualified card video game player and expert on line casino gambler.

Specialist: Reg Brittain
Bio: Reg Brittain has benefited from the poker boom of current yrs. In 2006, Brittain gained $twenty five,000 on Fox Sports Network’s Poker Dome Problem.
Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso

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6 comments

  1. it is still a good move because mathematically the chance getting a "monster hand" is so small that it will only destroy you in the short run. In the long run. It is profitable.

    I do agree that position is one of the most important aspects of poker but this video demonstrates mathematically incorrect information.

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  2. Lots of the comments are right on when they say that you have to mix up your play to keep your opponents guessing–you don't want them to be able to put you on a narrow range of 'premium hands'. That's the worst thing that can happen to you, because you will get outplayed all the time. . They will simply fold to your once-every-20-minute raise, or they will tear you up when a medium rag flop hits and they know you are stuck with one pair or AK, while they have a straight, trips or 2 pair.

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  3. So whats your point. you just sat there and talked about who did and didnt do what and at the end you say "he should have folded them". Time wasted to prove nothing

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  4. BLINDS ALWAYS HAVE ACES AHAHAHA

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  5. This vid was decent advice, but I'm not a fan of the "what if someone else has pocket Aces" logic. Using that logic, you can convince yourself into folding every hand. Not very useful to think that way.
    I probably would have limped under the gun with the J10 suited… but then again I'm no expert.

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  6. Great video. I like to pop it with ATo in early position, but I keep the raise small to minimize my risk while still putting pressure on the blinds. Then if I get reraised I can just fold.
    It seems to work for me. But you like to fold ATo, and that seems to work too. I just like to give a little action, and then outplay people. The more flops I see early on, the more chances I have to outplay people.
    Good luck and thanks for the video.

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