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there are a few good points here!
maibe is usefull for me to read it again.
where is it the tourney guide?

     
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Hi!!

Great topic. For Beginners only one thing.. SSS (ShortStackStrategy) Its maybe the best way to learn how to select hands, how to work position, how to fold hands, etc. Some guys think its a boring strategy, but gives a new player a solid learn about this game called NL Texas Holdem.

Bye and aces for all!! (beginner, you CAN fold aces postflop..).

     
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Posted by mazas:
ty 4 this topic i am play about 1 month and do same mistakes so now my pokers playing hands will be better i hope Thumbs Up



same here.. actually i'm just starting playing poker for money so this article helped me a lot Worship

     
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Yes, a lot of that is well written.
very often lose a good starting hand, but before reaching the river, my hand is not the best Worship

     
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Worship Worship Thumbs Down Thumbs Down not bad but also when people have like AA and the flop comes something like JJQ and then a Q on the turn ur aces are done man u have to stop thinking Aces are unbeat able

     
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Thumbs Up thnx so much for this ..very useful Worship

     
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There a lot of very good idea in this post. Big Smile
Lol because I can say that I do many of the mistake.
Alcool Thumbs Down
Take it personal Thumbs Down
Thinking that your good instead of seeing your luck Thumbs Down


     
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I'm guilty of a lot of the things listed in the OP. Aww crap!
I'll keep them in mind. Thumbs Up

     
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lol i wish i woulda read this earlier, after i lost all my bankroll Disagree

     
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u learn from your mistakes and this is the best way to learn. but nice to see these topics on what makes a good player. Heart

     
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That is a very good info Admin, it sure helps a lot for new players like me.I will try your advice and hoping to win more tourneys.

     
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@ Dom_Meribel
yeah sometimes you will lose this hands but with many possible callers you make profitable bets/raises. If you want to exclude a loss by 100% you are just able to play the stone cold nuts and thats a real predictable gameplay

     
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Jeej thanks for this post Smile It helps me alot, I notice I do alot of these things mentioned here wrong. I know I have to work on myself to become a better player.

     
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hello.
i'm a newbie so i think i'll do all thoses mistakes... Sad
but i hope i will improve my skills.

Smile

Blink

     
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Nice post, but these tips will help you only with time. Im new to poker so the biggest mistake i make is after losing quite a big part of my bankroll i usually tend to lose rest of it in new few hands, because i am stubborn and want to get my money back. Aww crap! Aww crap!

     
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IMHO i think what beginners shoudnt try to BLUFF at all, maybe with exeption in stngo when stealing some blinds..

     
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''Bluffing too much: The bluffing aspect is a little overvalued in the poker world. Most new players think it’s all about bluff. IT IS NOT. New players will often put their money in the pot on a bluff that the better players will see right through.''

This one is my favorite, i like it when i get to low stackes, and open 4-5 tables and just tight aggresive playing. Always some, fish catches up on the hook.

     
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One mistake is that most people think that AJ , AQ , A10 are all-in combination , that could be beaten easily !

     
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I dont agree with "playing to many tables" 100%. With 1 or 2 tables you get bored and start to play more marginal hands. I think minimum 4 or 6 tables are good, so you get enough action and play less hands. Offcourse, if discipline is good and you make notes etc. , 2 tables is enough.

     
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i think SSS is maybe the best way to learn how to select hands, how to work position, how to fold hands, etc. Some guys think its a boring strategy, but gives a new player a solid learning about nl holdem, asd saves their stack

     
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