Friday, December 2, 2011

Selecting your starting hands

As a beginner choosing good starting hands is the first thing to learn. Categorize them, rate them and play them carefully especially in the beginning. Also avoid playing hands just because they are suited! They only increase your chances of winning by 2% to 3%.
Your position and the actions before you matter as well. These topics will be discussed in later lessons!

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