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Let's dive into the intricate world of poker strategy. From calculating pot odds to mastering the art of bluffing, there's so much to discuss. Share your fave tips, tricks, and experiences for coming out on top at the poker table. Whether you're a seasoned pro or just starting out, join the convo and let's elevate our poker game together! 🃏🎲💰

     
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On which sites you play? What games you like, sit and go or tournaments?

     
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When it comes to poker, I belong to this group of amateurs. For me, it's more about luck than strategy itself. Although I admit that I would like to learn how to play poker well and have some proven or effective ways to play it. I won't give any advice myself, but I'll be happy to read and find out what others do to win at poker.

     
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I primarily play on Sweepstakes poker sites, and I prefer tournament-style games over sit and go. Tournaments offer more excitement and a chance to compete against a larger field of players.

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Posted by ggusia:
When it comes to poker, I belong to this group of amateurs. For me, it's more about luck than strategy itself. Although I admit that I would like to learn how to play poker well and have some proven or effective ways to play it. I won't give any advice myself, but I'll be happy to read and find out what others do to win at poker.

Poker can seem like a game of luck, especially for beginners. But learning some basic strategies can help. It's important to know which hands are strong and when to bet or fold. Watching others play and practicing can also help you improve.

Edited by Haymore277 (10 June 2024 @ 16:14 GMT)


     
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tournaments are good. Sit & Go are good for learning strategy to use in tournaments. Smile

     
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agree Dollar Dollar Dollar

     
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Posted by CALICUL:
tournaments are good. Sit & Go are good for learning strategy to use in tournaments. Smile

Tournaments are great for learning, and Sit & Go games are like m practice rounds for tournaments. They help you learn strategies in a smaller, faster way.

     
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Big Smile Cool

     
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Thank you for the tip. To be honest, I used to watch poker regularly, but then I didn't play it myself. I just watched others play for fun. Then I tried it myself, but probably too rarely and the lack of successes - even small ones - discouraged me. I think I will try to watch more such games and tournaments again and maybe something will come of it. It's always a beginning.

     
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I am not much in poker anymore because almost all closed for my country!

     
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Where are you from?

     
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You can see on my profile Blink

     
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Posted by ggusia:
Thank you for the tip. To be honest, I used to watch poker regularly, but then I didn't play it myself. I just watched others play for fun. Then I tried it myself, but probably too rarely and the lack of successes - even small ones - discouraged me. I think I will try to watch more such games and tournaments again and maybe something will come of it. It's always a beginning.

You're welcome! Watching more games and tournaments can definitely help you learn and improve your own skills. Everyone starts somewhere, and persistence pays off in the long run. Enjoy the journey!

     
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one things is to watch other players, other thing is to play your game! that is best way to learn!

     
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Always play with in a limit you are comfortable with.
Always aim to give your best at games but don't ever go into a game assuming you are going to win that way you are not too disappointed if you take a beat and loose all you tournament chips or cash.

     
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Thats problem with more then half gamblers! They dont know when to stop and what they can spend!

     
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Sometimes you need to go back to the beginning, hit the reset button and start over,the best tip for playing poker that I have heard is to take a break,don't let tilt ruin your experience.

     
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yeah.

     
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Good opinions, I also try to roughly follow similar rules, but quite often when analyzing my game I find that I repeat mistakes that I want to avoid, mainly not respecting the limit and my bankroll is needlessly in minus values.

     
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