Spin & Go’s are fast-paced, 3-Max Hyper-Turbo Sit & Go tournaments, featuring 500 chip starting stacks. Buy-ins range from $1 to $30, and each tournament has a randomly drawn prize pool that will award between two and 1,000 times your buy-in, up to $30,000!
Do not underestimate the value of the kicker in Texas Holdem Poker. It may mean the difference between winning or losing. You will be suprised to find out how many times a Texas Holdem hand comes down to a tie with the kicker as the tie breaker.
An important concept in poker, especially in tournament poker where survival is paramount and players cannot reach back into their pocket to replenish their stacks, is a concept known as “the Gap Concept.” It was first introduced by renowned poker author David Sklansky.
One of your ke decisions will come when deciding whether or not to stay in the pot when challenged with a bet. It's not always a problem: if you think you're leading, feel free to raise. The difficulty arises when having hand that's probably not in the lead, but could become the winning hand by catching a needed card. such winning card are called 'outs'.
Omaha Poker is often compared to Texas Hold’em as the structure of the game is very similar, You have hole cards, a flop, turn and river with the same betting sequence. An Omaha poker game is, however, played with 4 hole cards rather than the two downcards in the Hold’em rules. A player is still trying to make the best 5-card poker hand from the 9 available to them BUT in this variation of the game two hole cards MUST be used - no more, no less.
Bankroll Management is key to becoming a successful poker player. Learn to build, grow and protect your online poker bankroll. Get to know the ins and outs of bankroll management so you can get the most out of your online poker deposit!
Below you'll find a list of Texas Hold'em starting hands organized by relative strength.The following charts contains every 2-card possible combination you can be dealt in Texas Hold'em. Each hand is followed by its long-term winning percentage (out of 100, of course) against a specific number of opponents holding random cards.
Every single decision you make at the poker table is in some way related to odds and probabilities. Whether you are deciding to bet, call, fold, raise, or even bluff, odds and probabilities are an integral part of the decision-making process. Expert players understand the simple math behind every decision they make – now you can too.
The check-raise is a good play to have in your arsenal for a number of reasons. Many novice players tend to overuse the play and this can be detrimental to their overall bottom line. Let's see how to use this weapon!