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Crasch Course in No-limit Hold'em for Beginners

Shifting Your Thinking from Limit to No-limit

The 8 Winning Principles of No-limit Texas Hold'em

How to Determine the Strength of Your Hand:

Determining How Much to Bet:

Understanding Your Opponents:

Knowing When and How to Bluff


You might have thought online poker it would’ve happened before now. I mean, it was bound to have been done sooner or later. But who could have predicted that it would take so many years for someone let alone these someone to write the definitive how to guide to no-limit hold-em?

Since it’s always been associated with the most famous gambles playing games for the highest stakes in poker’s biggest games, no-limit hold’em has traditionally been known as the Rolls Royce of holdem Poker games. Until recently, however, virtually all poker games played in the United States have been limit poker, where the size of one’s bet is pre-established. No-limit is more complicated because, in addition to deciding whethers to bet or raise, there’s the added consideration of exactly how much gaming money to push into the pot.

Today, thanks to technology and the media, poker is booming! More than a million people watch poker on television each week, while the same number of folks are playing daily on the Internet, in poker card rooms and in home games. Now no-limit Hold’em is being spread (that’s poker speak for “ games are being dealt”) at all levels, even the smallest ones. It simply stands to reason that this rising interest is coming from new, inexperienced players who are spearheading a resurgence in a fun and exciting pastime that, in the words of my son, is “as old-school as they come.”

Warning: Watching televised tournaments is not how you learn to win! Those tournaments you see with their huge stakes and high antes are short-handed bluffing games. They definitely are not the norm. there should be a warning that flashes across the screen during televised events: “Beginners beware do not try this at home!” That alone is a good enough reason to invest in this book.

Where No-limit Texas Hold’em differs from many other poker books is the clear and easy-to-comprehend manner in which it is written it is written, a style that makes it the ideal primer for the novice poker player. World Championship both, Brad Daugherty And Tom McEvoy are two of the only guys I know of who really are able to put their money where their mouths are. And they do it here like the pros they are. Read the book. You’ll be glad you did. I was.

Barry Shulman, the publisher of Card Player Magazine, won a gold bracelet at the 2001 World Series of Poker for his first-place finish in the $1,500 buy-in seven-card stud split tournament. That same year, he won the $5,000 buy-in no-limit hold’em Championship at the Four Queens Classic. Shulman also won the $540 buy-in no-limit hold’em tournament at Jack Binion’s world Poker Open in 2000. In 2003 he won the $1,500 buy-in no- limit Hold’em tournament at Bellagio’s Five Demand World Poker Crash. Shulman also has appeared on television at the final table of the World Poker Tournament.

How to Play Live Poker at the Casino

If you have ever set foot inside a real, Vegas-style casino, then you know that it is an entirely different experience from playing casino games online. While the games itself may be the same, all of the features of a live casino like the players and dealers, lights and sounds, and vocabulary itself can be quite intimidating. Luckily, making the transition from online poker to casino poker is quite easy as long as you know what to expect.

For those who have only played various types of casino poker games like video poker, hold'em, Caribbean Stud poker, and so on, the world of live casino poker may seem like a different universe. After all, instead of playing against the house at your own pace, you are playing against real live opponents who are waiting on you to make a move.

However, there is no reason that making the move from virtual opponents to real ones should be difficult. The mechanics of the game are exactly the same, except that now you will get the advantages of seeing flesh-and-blood players sitting across from you. You can see their faces, try to find their tells, even taunt them if you are feeling brave. But be careful, you are no longer hiding behind a computer screen; they can see you too!

When first entering the casino to play poker, it is a good idea to start at smaller stakes than you would normally play, as you are bound to make mistakes in this new environment. But as time goes on, you will feel more confident and come to enjoy the thrill of live casino poker.

Tournament Practice hands

Tournament Practice Flops:

Bluffing Practice Hands

How to Play No-limit Hold'em

10 Ways to Practice No-limit Texas Hold'em

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