This is a discussion on Freerolls will help you to stop overplaying hands within the online poker forums, in the Tournament Poker section; A lot of players overplay pockets and paint, especially AK. Learning to play hands after the flop will make you very profitable. Anyone agree?
AK - these are just two overcards, which do not always provide the benefit of a particular hand. Often a pair of twos at the showdown will be much more useful and will bring a huge bank. The difficulty lies in the fact that with a pair of 22 it is hard to live up to this very open without the risk of losing your entire stack. I think in poker there are no universal recipes. The same player can play the same hand differently depending on the situation at the table. Good luck.
January 18th, 2019, 10:01 PM
Join Date: Oct 2018
Poker at: BetOnline
re: Poker & Freerolls will help you to stop overplaying hands
I agree. Freerolls are good practice to get a feel for the game if you're new or just trying to improve without a bankroll and maybe win one.
I have definitely been playing every freeroll I can since getting back into poker (took a few years off) a few months ago after months of research and studying.
January 18th, 2019, 11:56 PM
Join Date: Aug 2015
Online Poker at: ACR
Yeah I do it too, and sometimes it works out playing for the top spot but turning it off is what some people don't do a lot in freerolls.