Hello everyone, when I learned to play Texas
hold'em, I did it with friends, we put a spending limit for each one, some put their spending limit higher than others, and we bought the chips without having to reach the limit of Spending, that is, if we could spend 100, we bought 40 and we left the rest to try to recover in case we lost everything with what we entered.
In this way, one learns to see the face, the gestures, the manias of each person when they are bluffing
or when they really have good cards, it is difficult to play that way and worse still with the same people, because just as you observe , They also observe your manias and gestures. In my Country, a few years ago, they banned casinos, but before that, I got to play at real tables, do not believe, that everyone who sits down to play at a table is because he's a poker pro, or know how to play, they may know the rules, but they do not know really how to play, much less when they are drunk, sometimes they only have money.
I won more than I lost at those tables, but I am far from being a professional, I know little statistics, but I have learned to have my "poker face" at least that I think , I hope someday to have the Opportunity to play again like this, and maybe even face real poker professionals and see how it goes.
It's really different to play behind your computer, shirtless with a glass of water in hand, or eat while playing some potatoes or smoking a cigarette, whatever your hobby is when you play, it's different when you sit at a table, each hand goes slower , You can not be watching what time the next tournament you want to play begins, and you can not be in two, three, four tables at the same time, talking to the other players, etc, both things are fun, but they have to like you...