If you're a beginner, when you're on the turn and only have a marginal hand or even nothing more than Ace high, you have to ask yourself, "does the person who is betting have me beat?" Odds are if they are betting on the turn the answer is probably yes they have you beat.
When you're on the turn it may be tempting to want to see the river since it's just one more card, but those are valuable chips you're throwing into the pot at that point. If you've gained the skills of calculating pot odds and fold equity then you know whether you should fold, call, or even raise with nothing. However, the vast majority of the time you should just fold the hand and look for a better spot. To help you do that, follow a rule where you ask yourself, "do they have me beat at this very moment?" The answer is yes and so you should fold if the answer is yes. That is your rule as a beginner, so when in doubt, just follow that rule.
Why I call too many time's after turn and I have nothing even pair. And lose mony veri fast how I learn fold
You just make yourself fold. Simple as that. You already know that you shouldn't be calling anymore on turn when you have absolutely nothing so now it depends only on your mental side. You should always have a reason to call so what is your reason when you call with nothing? Ask yourself that question and fold if you can't think of anything. And "because I think that my opponent has nothing either" is not a good enough reason. Neither is "I want to get lucky on river". Draws, pairs and everything better than that are of course usually worth of calling but even then you should be aware of the board texture, bet sizes, pot odds, the style your opponent has been playing etc. Even then you have to be able to fold mediocre hands if the action gets too heated.
Based on your post I would say that you are beginner and that you are not yet a winning player, am I right? You should definitely start to study the game if you want to take it seriously and learn to play straightforward poker first. You have to get rid of those losing fishy habits like calling when you have nothing. Your opponents have probably seen that habit and they are just value betting their every worthy hand because they know you call.
Remember that "money not lost is money won" so start to think that you are actually winning money when you don't call and losing money when you do. Because that's exactly what it is. Saving money can have a big impact on your bankroll, you just have to see that for yourself. Good luck!
You asked a right question Why do you do it? May be you hope that you will beat the opponents with A high? Sometimes people fold much better hands in case they the board got too dangerous to continue with their hand. So you know the direction where to move to. Start doing it now, and don't waste your time. Good luck.
There are many reasons why you do not fold after the flop one of the reasons is that the continuation bet is small and you have many OUTS in your favor and also because you have the STACK strong enough to buy one more card, but if the flop does not favor you the best is to fold
U must play carefull,look at the size of your opponent's betting and calculate the odds and pods.You must know the types of boards to know where to throw the enemy now and not play with him until the river
It appears that you have more than one issue here and I will attempt to describe them to you.
1] You lack self-discipline.
2] You may lack a clear understanding of the game, such as position; hand strength/weakness; chip management to name a few.
Until you master your lack of self-discipline, nothing anyone
Don't Hate da Player...... Hate da Loss ......
Don't let the cards play you, you need to play the cards. Even a KK can be fold easily pre-flop. So don't be worried if u fold a top pair or AK or some monster hand pre-flop or on flop. The problem in you is not the cards the emotions you don't want to fold. Learn to control your self and make sure you don't need to win every hand. Only "10hands" can make you be the first place in any tourney. Learn to control your self. You're not in a battle to play every hand, be patient wait and you'll find earnings.