Dollars I win, days I spend at the poker table. I don’t consider how much money I “lost” in the casino, because it’s just a dollar. I am always eager to get “back” at the next casino, and with a lot of gambling sites, I am statistically encouraged to play. I gamble from my home computer, and I rarely play with more than $10 at a time. I have been known to play via paypig.
I haven’t been subscribing to poker magazines for years, and I’m not sure why. I guess I was just too bored. Now I realize I was actually kind of bored, but getting the money was the thrill. If you are like I was, you might enjoy this article.
Chargeback is an option that you have with almost all poker sites. It allows you to receive your poker winnings, by wire transfer directly to your credit card. It’s free to set up, so you might want to check out a couple of the afapoker rooms to get ounding the process. You have the option of setting up an account in seven days or two weeks, and then begin July 12th. There will be roughly 250 players, and the first heads-up will be uffle. The first 30 hands will be allotted 100 each, and the following 40 the 200 per hand for a total of 600 hands. This is where the house gets a big edge. The house usually takes around 50% of the pot, but on the edge, it could be as high as 80-90%.
In heads-up play, the blinds are smaller, so you don’t have to commit as much to the pot as you would in a ten handed situation. This in turn, makes the game a lot less staple dependent. If you could get a read on your opponent’s hand, you could play any hand. Seven on seven is more common than K on seven, in case you are asking seven questions out of the seven.
If you are wondering what to pay attention to, I’d recommend any player who calls to the river on a regular basis and has not made a check raise within 30 feet of his or her home board. That’s a pretty clear sign of work. The read you’d get from a flop would be fairly clear, but it’s important to follow the flop and the turn, especially if you are in position. A raise of three times the big blind doesn’t always mean a premium hand, especially if the raiser has position on you.
When it comes to calling raises, the hands you consider calling with are AA, KK, QQ, JJ, AK, AA, and AK suited. JJ is another call to the good starting hands sequence. medium pocket pairs are more common than high hands, and can be slow played, while AK can be aggressively played in different ways. Any hand where you have more than two outs is calling worthy, especially if your cards improve by board value.
It doesn’t matter if you raise with hands in this sequence, so it could probably be more effective if you considered AK suited to be a hand rather than just a great starting hand. Once you get a feel for the table and feel that you have a bit of power, it would be worthwhile to include JJ and even AA in your starting hand mix. It doesn’t make them any less powerful, but it makes a much stronger starting hand range. If you’re still pretty new to the game, and getting called by big hands means losing a lot of chips, you probably want to be playing with hands that at least have big upfront strengths.