This is a discussion on Professional Poker within the online poker forums, in the General Poker section; I keep watching these final tables in action and the cards that get played and what position people are in when they play what sort
I keep watching these final tables in action and the cards that get played and what position people are in when they play what sort of hands and therange depend8ng 9n position and action around them really is quite loose. Being able to play nearly sny hand ahd being sble to read your opponents really is a great skill that you have to learn.
When you are new player you focus on your good hands because they are easier to play. when you improve your skills you want to get some value even with worse hands because you will rarely have premium hands. These people that you see are professionals and player against them, position, stack and so on are much more important than the cards that they have. The way they play usually do not work well for us recreationals with our skill level.
Join Date: Jul 2019
Online Poker at: 888
Watching the game of professional players is interesting and useful, but unfortunately it is not enough. Professionalism requires daily practice for at least 4-6 hours a day.
Join Date: Nov 2018
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Game: hold em
re: Poker & Professional Poker
I was watching Kid poker playing the shark cage his opponents have no chance he really gets in their heads. I think that's what I like most about him his ability to get in your head. His ability to read the opponents hand aswell just sheer class. I need to learn it all the ability to fold the skill of when someone is bluffing but o learn all this you have to know your opponents too. When I play at Genting casino I am pretty much a regular so I know who is TP,TAG,LP,LAG so I adjust my game to them.
Join Date: Aug 2018
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The professionals just think on another level. Their awareness levels of what is going on is unbelievable. DNegs is definitely one of the best at this. He could be having two conversations at the same time and still be able to pick up that his opponent is trying to bluff him off the pot.