Introduction Preface Part 2

A determining factor for being a good poker player is knowing how to lift or remove a table at any given time, assuming certain losses. Poker is a game, so logically they may leak during the game, but many players, when they get these adverse times, they lose control of his game, producing disastrous results for his pocket.

Do not forget that the poker “PATIENCE” is of vital importance. You have to learn to wait and let personal pride aside. Not always going to win you the hand. Do not chop. Study strategies. Analyze your opponents. Vary your play. Only then go get fatter bankroll slowly.

And last but not least: do not try to get rich in a day. If you have that is very easy forrarte playing poker you the truth. It is true that you can have a good day, but winning consistently (or even a living at it) requires a great deal of discipline and method. We must stay calm. Note that nobody is born knowing.

Introduction Preface Part 1

Online poker has many advantages over the poker face.

We can play any time you want (there are departures 24 hours a day) and without having us to move, and we can play at home in a practically anonymous.
There are items for all types of players, from free games to real money games (with varying degrees of betting).

On the other hand, items are developed faster, and different software allow us to play at different tables simultaneously, so that, being accompanied by good players and lady luck, we can maximize the benefits.

A variety of satellite tournaments, qualifiers for major poker events worldwide, so it is possible to get seats in the Poker World Series or the European Poker Tour from just $ 6.

Very Important:

Poker is a game seemingly simple, but if you start in this business do not relax. Becoming a good poker player has many years of practice, with good and bad experiences. It is important not to risk large sums of money at first, because even if you think you have mastered this game (unless you’re a real powerhouse), is sure to be many things beyond your important and vital to ensure the survival of your bankroll.

How to play Omaha poker

Simply put each player receives four cards instead of just two (as in Texas Hold’em). The betting rounds and the way that community deals the cards is equal to Texas Holdem Poker. In Showdown – ie when determining who wins – each player must have the best hand consisting of 5 cards – these just three of the five cards must be on the table and the last two of his own hand. Unlike Texas hold’em poker player can not only use one of his letters and four cards from the table. Nor can use three cards in his hand and two cards from the board or other combinations. It is mandatory to use exactly two cards from your hand and exactly three community cards from the table.

The idea of Omaha hold’em poker occurió originally an idea of a game of high-hand, but the variant called high-low split Omaha / 8 or better has proven so popular that now when discussing the concept of Omaha Poker usually refers to this variant, whereas the original game is now mentioned as Omaha High. Preferably is played with 5-10 players.

In Omaha / 8 or better, or simply Omaha / August, each player must build their own hand of five-card high hand and a five-card-As-to-five low, the tool is divided between those who have the highest hand and the one with the lowest hand (this may be the same person.) To be qualified to earn the lowest the player has to have a hand of 8-7-6-5-4 or less. Some casinos let you play with nine-and less as a qualifier, but is very rare. Usually played with a betting limit (as opposed to no-limit poker).

If you prefer to play high hands is often called to play Omaha High to avoid misunderstandings.

Another variant of the game is when the player receives 5 cards instead of four. However using the same rules showdown: Each player must use two cards from your hand and 3 cards from the table (community cards).

Before you start learning to play Omaha poker, make sure you know the game of Texas Hold’em and poker in general and the ranking of poker hands.

The fundamental differences between Omaha and Texas hold’em poker are as follows: First each player receives four cards instead of two. The rounds of betting and how to get letters of community is the same. At showdown the best combination of five cards is exactly three of the five cards on the table and exactly two cards in hand wins. Unlike Texas hold’em, the player can combine for example 4 cards on the table and only one letter of hers.

In games of high-low split, each player must – in addition to following the rules above – make a hand of five-card poker-High-and five-card poker hand of Ace-to-five low (eight-high or less to describe it) the cock split between the highest hand and the lowest hand (This may be the same player. To enable the lowest hand the player must have a 8-7-6-5-4 or less (so called 8 or better, or simply Omaha 8). Some casinos allow 9-low, but it is very common. Each player must use two cards in their hand (hole cards) to create the high hand and 2 their four hole cards to make your low hand.

Want to understand more about Omaha Poker, you need to read more about Omaha Poker and Omaha Poker strategy.

Implied Odds Part 2

There are also left one thing clear. Many players tend to take a decisive factor in the amount of money they have invested in the pot in the previous betting rounds. In the example above, we would have invested a significant portion of that pot of $ 350. But we have to make our decisions based on that variable. We think that money we put into the pot and not ours, but is common on the boat will win. We must put aside the amount invested in the pot, and focus on the statistics.

The next step is to use bet odds and the “implied odds.” This is more complicated because it involves predicting reactions of other players. With bet odds, be borne in mind how Continue reading

Implied Odds

On many occasions, we complete our play will win more money in the next round of betting. The possibility of this happening is called “Implied Odds.” Many times we have to go to a hand without having the odds in our favor just because we think that if you exit the menu that goes well, we will win more money in the next round of betting.

In Texas Hold’em will be used basically the Outs and Pot Odds, which are the starting point for those wishing to learn about poker odds. Some people may think that these calculations are very complex, but they are wrong. They are only simple division between the number of outs you have (numerator) and the number of hidden cards (denominator). The result is the percentage we complete one of our outs. Therefore, the only mathematics to be applied here are the small numbers of dividing 50 (the pre-flop), 47 (flop), or 46 (turn). Click on the link below to see a series of simple examples:

Examples of Odds simple.

The Pot Odds are as simple as the Outs. These compare our outs with a chance of winning according to the size of the pot. If the chances of winning are significantly better than the ratio of the size of the pot and the bet, then we have good pot odds. If lower, then we have bad pot odds. For example, we are on the turn table of a $ 5 / $ 10 with J – 10 versus a single player.

We have a serious project ladder with 2 – 5-9 – Q on the table, and lack only the river card. We just any 8 or K for stairs, so we have 8 outs and 46 unseen cards. That is, a probability of 8 / 46, which is more or less, 1 chance in 6. We made a bet of $ 15, and if we see them, we could win a jackpot of $ 350. That is, a probability of roughly 23 350/15. If we decide to bet we see a: 6 vs. 1: 20, so the pot odds are favorable and it would be advisable to call.


Odds: The odds on Texas Hold’em Poker

The odds are a very important factor to consider in the Texas Hold’em Poker. The players calculate the odds or probabilities “to determine their actions. The chances to finish completing a straight or a flush, the likelihood that a high card, the chances of the occurrence of a given card in the flop, etc.. These are all important factors to playing great poker. Knowledge of statistics is something decisive to win more easily. We return to what discussed in previous sections, knowing the odds is to have information and more information we have, the safer our game. In online poker rooms, these statistical knowledge are very important factors when choosing if we bet, see, or bend.

Below are some basic concepts in the calculation of odds for poker:

Outs / O is the number of hole cards that can complement or improve your hand.

Example: We have four clubs on the turn, so we have only 9 outs to finish filling out our color.

Odds Pot / Probability for the Pot Odds we have, by the analysis of the pot size at a given time and the commitment we have to do to continue the hand.

Example: there are $ 350 in the pot, and we only have to do a bet of $ 15 to see if a flush, so our chances on the boat are good.

Bet Odds The odds bet we get as a result of assessing the number of players making a call to raise our own. Example: with a odds of 1: 5, and knowing that the six players see our commitment, our Bet Odds are good.

Rules Of Texas Hold’em NL (No Limit)

Texas Hold’em is the most popular poker variant and also the easiest to learn. Each player receives two cards face that only he knows. Then, over the four rounds of betting that divide the game, go on the table showing the 5 common cards (these phases of the game are the flop, which shows 3 of these cards, the turn, that 4th affect the cover letter, and the river, which reveals the final community card). The hand (play) for each member of the board must consist of 5 cards combined, and is performed using the common and some discovered letters (or both) covered.

The four rounds of betting are Continue reading