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Hi, thank you for your reply, Katie. Do you have any idea about the online poker game? I heard a quiet lot about them but can't figure out how it works.
Yes, I’ve played a lot of online poker If you live in the US, I’d recommend America’s Card Room. Outside of the US the rooms you can play on vary somewhat by country but in general you’ll have a lot more options—most offer video tutorials on how to get started. Best of luck to you!
The easiest way to learn how to play poker is to take part in freerolls. Firstly, it is free, secondly, it is an opportunity to gain experience, and thirdly, you always have a chance to win some money.
You could play without risking, it is called abc game.
It consists of betting on value, when you really have a hand formed.
In this type of games you try to play conservatively, play high combinations, better if they are of the same suit: AK, AQ; KQ; AJ
Combos pockets: AA; KK; QQ; JJ; Play from top positions.
Pockets to play in middle and late positions: 10-10; 9-9; 8-8; 7-7
Do not play the hand if you do not have a hand formed.
As you meet your rivals, you will see what hands they play and what their game is like. That will help you adapt it to yours.
There is a lot of material for you to read about abc game.
Hi, I am new to the poker game. So I wanna ask what type of poker game is easiest to learn?
Holdem is definitely the simplest as far as structure. If you do take the time to learn omaha, stud, badugi etc, it might help your basic understanding.
HORSE (holdem, omaha, razz, stud and 8orbetter) is a really fun game. I wish 888 had it.
I'd practice in the fake $ areas and freerolls if you're totally new. Every site has play money areas as far as I know. The articles here at cardschat are great too, and the people are always willing to help you out.
I don't think a lot of the overly technical stuff is great to try to understand at first. I still can't wrap my head around half of it, but get a good feel for the game before losing money and developing tilt habits. That's my 2 cents anyway.
if you're just starting out, play no limit hold em (nlhe) and play freerolls. freerolls are not the usual way people that have money on the line play, but it'll give you a sense of how to play the game.