Here’s another great poker strategy post where we cover the basic strategy of how to move up a level in stakes while playing online poker.
What to do if you’re in Copenhagen at night and have some time at your disposal? Play poker of course! One of Cardplayer Lifestyle’s loyal readers has submitted a guest review of the poker room at Copenhagen Casino for your enjoyment.
There is no reason to treat your online ventures with any less seriousness than a visit to a real casino. You wouldn’t dream of turning up to a genuine gaming arena in your sweats with a serious case of bed-head-hair, so why log on in a state of foggy mindedness. When it comes to beating the house, every little advantage is crucial.
When things aren’t going well for you at the poker table, there are things you can try to do to get yourself out of the rut. Here’s the 2nd part of a 2-part series in which we give you some helpful tips to reverse a poker downswing.
Here are some tips I think would help anyone experiencing a lengthy downswing at the poker tables: Take a Break, Have A(nother) Hobby, Study, Study, Study!, Chalk it up to Variance, Have and Use a “Support Network” of Poker Friends.
The dynamics of no limit Texas Holdem ring games means that buying in for the absolute maximum may not always be your best option. Forget what the so called experts tell you about always buying in for the maximum; this only applies if several factors are in place. Firstly you need to have an advantage and a significant advantage over some of your opponents for your big stack to do you any good. If you haven’t and you are –EV against the entire table then what is the point in buying in for the maximum?