Joined: Jun '13
Age: 73 (M)
This is a very hard question to answer. If you would have a question about one particular play i am sure that many good players of the forum would be glad to help you.
However to show you how to play all a tournament then it is something else. IMO poker book would be very good to help you our you have some site on the net that would give a lot of information about poker.
Good luck in your research of learning poker and be a winner.
How about a good book on tourney play? i've been looking for something that will give me a good top to bottom instruction but there are soooo many out there... I'd hate to study one only to find out it was trash.... Any help would be appreciated!
Joined: Jan '10
Age: 53 (M)
Did you read poker strategies from this site or others ? ( try www.pokerbank.com or something, I am not sure ). If you have difficulties about English, yeah you have to learn by your experience and make some notes. I have ebook - super system by Doyle Brunson if you want.
Joined: Jan '13
Age: 50 (F)
the only tip is watch and listen to those who are winning ,2nd dont be so rush playing time will come with a sweet chocolate chips on the table ,on my side i do heard a lot of tips but with all of them was accurate but you need to play on your side without bad timing so careful means money!!!so goodluck!!!
Joined: Nov '14
Location: Macedonia, The former Yugoslav Republic of
Age: 36 (M)
Pochui does make a good point How u play tournaments, well Peronibar told you, play freerolls to get the basic down, playing ABC poker is good for inexperienced players, with time ull pick up tricks from other players how to extract most chips from a hand, ull try them also, u have to get in awkward spots to learn what happens there, and remember its a freeroll so all this knowledge u get for free Ouuu and also watch players on twitch, where u can learn a lot from some very good players there, and abdy abdy abdy abdy THATS ALL FOLKS