Hay annajanci and welcome to Cardschat. I used to think all ins were the best play, and I can't count the times I got caught out there with 2nd best hands. Now I have found that a 3 or 4 bets are just as good to take the pot, but when you do get a big re-raise, you can get away from the hand if you feel you are beat. If you don't fold those 2nd best hands, you will lose a lot of money. GL to you
Lack of patience, i played every hand out of any positions, i thought AK pre were the nuts but despite all that i was still making FT`s and kicking asss, but then i ran in to some good players in my country that handed my asss to me in this game, and then i decided to learn more about the game and to try to turn the tables around
my biggest fishood years back was my opening raises or at least my range-when i first started i would play any 2 from any position-i played 2-3 os like it was aces-nothing like hearing alot of byching after a 2-2-3 flop while i was playing 2-3 and koing someone-my range has gotten a lil better since 07 when i learned nlhe-
re: Poker & What are the worst mistakes you did in poker as a beginner?
The biggest mistake I had as a beginner was wanting to see every flop when I had a suited connector. It didn't matter if it was a big raise from a tight player, I just "had" to see a flop. Obviously you have to learn to read which player is doing the raising and adjust your gameplan accordingly
We all did beginners mistakes like calling every hand, goes all in with nothing etc etc. No one is born with poker knowledge. Besides that, I would say my biggest mistake was when I misclicked call button and went all in with nothing
in the begining of my playing when on the board was 3 cards of one colour and sombody push allin if I have street I always call-it was difficalt for me to push fold))) and I didn't want to understand that player who went allin have a flush))
Well since I'm still a beginner I could probably update this daily. Lol. But my biggest mistakes so far was just last week. I took my baby BR I made from freerolls to a cash table while slightly inebriated. Ok ok I was drunk on my homemade wine. Needless to say JJ don't beat QQ. Lol. Oh well back to square one. See ya at the tables... Tal