This is a discussion on Poker and it's changing over the years within the online poker forums, in the Tournament Poker section; Poker has changed in the years. In free rolls you hear it' free well I try to keep true to the game no matter the
Poker has changed in the years. In free rolls you hear it' free well I try to keep true to the game no matter the value. All ins ranges are all over the place and it changes with the you invest.
To me what makes the donkey pre flop is not what you go all in with but what you call with. It's my opinion because when it's your turn to act a 7 2 goes all in when there was no prior action. Your turn comes if you don't have a made hand or AK suited your the donkey, you don't know the player has 72 so you are calling on a draw.
14th April 2017, 7:17 PM
Andrew Popov [1,116]
Online Poker at: PokerStars
Once upon a time, people who knew poker in everyday life came to poker online. They played more conservatively. And it set the style and strategy of the game in those years. Then came the boom of online poker, and there were a lot of players who got acquainted with poker only on the Internet. Often they did not know the rules and did insane actions. Now we are seeing a decline. Beginners became smaller, and the rest began to play more aggressive poker. Poker is changing, you have to adapt if you want to remain successful.
15th April 2017, 2:55 PM
Poker at: carbon
Poker and it's changing over the years
As often as we play you would think that players look into the play of others before the all ins with crap. The shame of it is they take out good players and think they are one
17th April 2017, 1:45 AM
Online Poker at: 888 Poker
I have played poker for 13 years and I have seen the game change as I still keep playing.
I still believe in the strategy of tight aggressive, however with other players playing looser or 3 betting more its hard to have good hands being able to survive against multiple players.
My difficulty is which hands should I play to be a little looser to adapt to today's game of poker?
My thinking is there is a fine line between adapting and being reckless.
What strategies to adapt to new school and strategies to combat new school?
17th April 2017, 8:09 PM
Poker at: poker satrs
re: Poker & Poker and it's changing over the years
Of course today there are many players better prepared than before
18th April 2017, 2:58 AM
Online Poker at: ARC
Better educated players. Not as many new players. Usually the younger players had the wins but now older players are popping.