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Poker Tips

Many of us can't get enough of poker. It is an exciting game that for once doesn't rely only on luck – but also a bit of strategy. Unfortunately not all of us are great at it and we require a few good tips that can help us to improve our game.

We have provided some poker tips that will help to improve anyone's poker game. While these tips are geared to amateurs they can also help to give a few players a refresher course if they have been away from the game for some time.

1.Don't Be Afraid To Fold.
Many amateurs believe that they have to play every hand. Part of playing poker and winning at poker is to know when to fold. Some people may try to talk you out of this during the game – but that is just their tactic. Ignore them and make sure that you play only what you know you can win with. Or play what you know you can bluff with. Just because you are playing most of the hands doesn't mean you are winning.

2. Bluff Like You Know What You Are Doing.
Bluffing is an important part of poker and should only be used if you know what you are doing. You can win big if you bluff right – but to bluff just for the fun of it can cause you to lose big also.

3. Don't Feel Pressured To Stay In A Hand.
One of the biggest mistakes that amateurs make is to think that once they have put a lot of money in the pot they are forced to play out the hand. Throwing away your money just because you ‘feel' that you have to is not going to win you any money. You will find that you will lose it very quickly. The minute you think you have a losing hand you need to fold.

4. Pay Attention To The Cards.
It is very important to pay attention and to know exactly what you have in your hand and how you can use it to your advantage. Now you need to make sure that you pay attention to the cards that are being laid out on the table. You need to see what would work well with the cards in your hand.

5. Pay Attention To The Players.
Observing your opponents is very important. It is a chance for you to try to understand their body language and know when they are bluffing and when they have a winning hand. It is important to study them even when you are not playing the hand so don't be distracted by anything. When you figure them out you can steal the pot from them.

6. Stay At Your Skill Level.
Just because you won a big pot in the $2/4 does not mean you should switch you to the $5/10. The money is higher because the skill level is harder. You may find that you are not yet ready to upgrade. Before you move up try to be the best at your table.


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