Learn to play poker
Up your game with free cardschat membership. This is a discussion on What is the fastest way to learn poker? Page 1 of 2 Register or Use the arrow to the right to read the next 1 page s. What is the fastest way to learn poker? Through a coach or watching video lessons on youtube? Originally Posted by everth. The fastest way to learn poker is Online wartch some videos like sunday million replays to see the mechanichs of poker, how the bets are made , the bluffs , etc , and search some pro videos.
When you feel ready go play some sngs or cash games. I believe that playing the pattern is not the best idea. These games are very easy to read. We need to learn the basics, and then develop their own style of play. It takes a lot of practice, it does not turn quickly. I believe that the first thing for somebody is to realize the stakes and the level he plays. Casino Its completely different from a home game and home game is different from a pub poker game..
If you make aggressive donkey moves on a table full of pros you will win the first 5 hands Being a pro and making pro moves its completely different story. Always try to find something new to add as bottom line. The best way to comprehend the poker is to combine all the options available to you! You can get all your doubts faster and clearer. Sometimes the video explains what you are exhibiting, but if there is any doubt about the video or play you will be left unanswered.
To learn how poker works only takes a few mins. But it takes a really long time to learn how to read everything. You gotta learn how to read tells if your playing in person. Gotta be able to tell if they are nervous or calm and if they are nervous cause they are bluffing or scared.
For online poker it about reading, positions, betting limits etc. With in person u have all that too but those specific things are most important online.
I pay attention to how long ppl take to make a bet and how much they bet past the blind. When ppl shove there is a range from suited to pocket pair down to the AK.
I feel as if I see hands cause so many ppl shove so much and so many callers and everyone is on a pocket pairs against AKs and AQs. Gotta learn to fold some of those hands. Thats very good advice you gave Amadeusace. I am gonna be looking up some of the those subjects you mentioned. Thank you very much. I been playing for 10 years. Im far from pro but would love to become one. Yes, all depends on what you learn to count? Then there is no problem in the Internet, a lot of games on conventional chips.
But if you achieve something in sports - professional level , then it is hard to say. And playing with a lot of give and information on the Internet, well, personal experience of the game the other gives it some pros and cons.
But I think the best way to learn how good the game is, all possible ways After all they will be something to give and something to adjust to each other! I think the lessons with a tutor - the fastest way to learn something. The obvious drawback of this method is that if you are not capable of a friend who will deal with you free of charge, for such training will have to pay.
This is why I view this item at the stage when you are playing in the middle limits, which means you have the bankroll , part of which you can invest in training with a poker guru. Read, watch some good videos, chat about strategy and specifics, and play.
Once you have the basics down and want to take your game to the next level, then you might consider getting some lessons from a pro or semi-pro. The game is always changing, but the best players know what to look for and how to adapt. To play 12 hours a day, preferably knowing the rules.
So if you plan to better your game, plan to put as much time into learning the game as you can spare. Go ahead and set you a goal out there about a year and when you get there, set another one. You may not believe that, so go ahead and cram all you can in your head for 60 days, and play during that time. I think by playing and make mistakes Sit at a cash table with your last hundred bucks. Read all the info you can, books, forums etc. Watch videos and even some of the commentary from televised poker can help to give you some insights into the minds of poker players.
Play as much as you can and track your progress thru journaling results, key hands and anything you observe and want to learn or investigate further. If you can get friends or a player s you know that are better at the game than you to help you and mentor you that will accelerate your game. Good luck and enjoy.
We organize friendly home games that helps people to actually get better. Originally Posted by Dan Perkins. You can read books about poker but you can really learn playing. More often you play, more you will learn. I suggest you freerolls for your practise. Originally Posted by Dingospo. I think the most important thing to do is play. It is a constant learning process. I think you can do well at low stakes just by learning a TAG style.
After you pick a dominate style, learn to incorporate some aspects of the opposing style to come up with "your style" of play. Doing this and getting in the hands will make you a better player.
I would always keep reading and watching videos. Try to pick up little things to incorporate in your game. Both, now on the internet are a lot of webs where you can learn how to play poker. You need so much time. But I think the most important think to do is play poker. With the experience you get, you will learn a lot. First you have to read some articles about the basic of poker. Then play and continue reading important articles, for example about the strategy.
Of course, if you have a good coach you will learn a lot too. But always you must see videos or read at webs of poker, like this. At the initial stage of training is enough information on the Internet. In the future, a good coach will help a good jerk.
But quickly become a professional poker is not possible. Only with experience comes the understanding of many things, there is a style of play. But in order to play well in one or several tournaments do not have to be a professional.
In poker, sometimes much luck decides. If you want to achieve a stable game, you need to devote a lot of time training. I think personal coaching is the best way but coaching like this is very expensive. First learn about the basics of poker books, articles, videos etc. Second, play a lot of hands cash games with low stakes is recommended Third, read more pokerbooks and discuss hands with other players fourth, play more experience is the most important skill, so play a lot of hands.
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