Poker, with its pure and simple benefits combined with the massive variety of games, is perfect for beginners. Free to play, there are plenty of different sites that offer poker games. There are also many tutorials available online for beginners. A beginner might find themselves reading a tutorial on how to play the game which would eventually lead them to learning about Hold’em and its “Real66” money equivalents (aka Poker). From there it’s relatively easy to learn about other poker variations such as Seven Card Stud, Razz, Omaha 8 or Better High/Low Split and more! It’s also possible/likely that they will want to further their poker knowledge by purchasing books on Poker or attending real money live tournaments.
I’m still new to poker and don’t really have any money to put into it. What should I do?
Play for free at a site like Party Poker or Titan Poker. They offer you the chance to play for free and earn fake/play money chips (FPP) as well as compete in freerolls for Real66 money prizes. You can use your FPPs to enter tournaments and even win big money! If you want more information on how this works click here.
Why am I not winning?
Everyone has a bad streak. Some people will have a good streak. If you aren’t winning, relax and take a few days off from poker. The next time you play, you may find that things change in your favor.
Where is the best place to play?
There are many sites to choose from and each one has its own features which may or may not suit you. In our opinion the best poker site would be Titan Poker – for more information on it click here.
How do I learn more about poker?
Like we said before, there are many places that offer tutorials/information on playing poker. The best place to start is visiting a site like Titan Poker. They have many articles and forums regarding the various poker games and rules. Also if you’re interested in reading books on poker then we would suggest purchasing “The Theory of Poker” by David Sklansky or “Harrington on Hold ’em” by Dan Harrington. They both offer great advice for beginners as well as advanced players looking to grow their game.
How can I learn to play better?
Like we said before, playing live at a cardroom or going to a tournament is an excellent way of learning. Watching other people play or using software such as poker tracker can also help improve your game. Also another great way to learn how to be a better player is by playing with more skilled players. Get on the forums and make friends (they might even help you out with some friendly advice).
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