This is a discussion on A rookie needs advice within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; Hello everyone! I'm a new online poker player and I'm willing to study hard and become a successful player. I started a month ago on
Hello everyone! I'm a new online poker player and I'm willing to study hard and become a successful player. I started a month ago on PokerStars. I bought the book Crushing the Microstakes and HEM. I deposited $50, read the whole book. Watched plenty of videos. I always try to learn, try to study more about how to win NL2 rooms. Thing is - after a month - I'm left with $15 in my bankroll. I've played around 2500 hands. Pretty much anything I played was NL2.
I've checked the whole Internet for microstakes advices but it just isn't working. I'm highly motivated and I will not give up! I want to become a successful player, beat the micros, climb stakes, study more. I'm wiling to invest, I'm willing to invest all I earn too. It just seems like this is not for me but I want it so badly. I study and analize my hands too. Or maybe 2300 hands are not enough to tell.
i just started to having winning sessions. i play nl10, hold em manager has a leak buster, i want to try that.
My advice is tighten your game up and POSITION IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN YOUR ACTUAL WHOLE CARDS. play fewer hands more aggressively. at the micros, people usually arent bluffing, so dont talk yourself into calling a 3rd barrel, just let it go and slowly acquire chips. your chances for big pots will come, let the other people make bad decisions.
November 8th, 2016, 4:40 PM
Join Date: Mar 2016
Poker at: Pokerstars
Play tight and be ready to fold. Some people doesnt doesnt play seriously on small stakes so any card can turn your luck against you.