Tips for Going from Beginner to Expert Poker Player Online


Being able to make changes to your game when you are new to online poker is something that will help to keep you from being a target. If you can practice and master a few of these tips, you'll start moving your online poker bankroll in the right direction.

Try to mix up your plays as often as possible. There are great players at the online poker table who are looking for weaknesses, and then they pounce. If you can play a little aggressive in one round, then tight the next, the other player will not focus on trying to make your their target.

The chat feature at the table is where most weaker players are complaining about something. If you leave the feature on, resist the urge to speak to anyone because you are going to be giving them free information. Instead, use the chat feature to listen to the others complain, then go after those weak players when they reveal tells about their play.

There are players who feel the urge to flash their hole cards whenever they bluff or fold a really good hand. There is zero upside to doing this, so stop it immediately. Not only are you giving the table free information about your play, there is a good chance that you get another player mad when you bluff them, and now they make you a target. 

One of the things to learn as a new player is to set limits. If you are not sure how much to win on any given day, you will go broke over and over. Set a limit of 15 percent of your bankroll today, and when you win that much, quit for the day so you come back tomorrow to build on your success.

Keep focusing on getting better and in no time you will be able to dominate the table with your new skills. 

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