Want to become a good poker player? Here are some tips, easy to implement, and you will boost your performance and benefits.
Play the position
By playing in position, for example at the button, you are the last to speak. As you act after all other players, this is more information for you. You can denote the slightest sign of weakness. You also have the opportunity to turn a losing hand into a winning hand. By being the last to speak, you can afford to play with hands with much lower potential than if you are the first to speak. Another advantage of playing in position is to be able to control the size of the pot.
By attacking your opponents, you drastically increase your chances of winning the hand. Your opponent shows weakness and little interest in taking the pot? A bet on your part should be enough to make him run away. If in addition you play in position, your chances of winning are further increased. Do not hesitate to make the pots bigger by raising your big hands and making continuation bets almost 100% of the time against one or two opponents.
Read poker books
How did you go to school? You read books, do your homework and listen to your teacher in class. In poker, it's a little similar. You are passionate about poker and want to improve your knowledge of this game? We suggest you turn to poker literature. You will be able to read many tips in great detail with various strategic concepts.
Once you're sure you're a winning player, it's time to figure out how many hands or tournaments you have to play to try to win your previous salary. This is where many players are wrong.
So, what does it take to go from confirmed beginner to poker expert? Practice, patience and the desire to improve.