Texas Hold Em Poker Strategy Tips

No matter what type of player you are these Texas Hold Em Poker strategy tips will improve your game and allow you to make more money playing poker.

Texas Hold Em Poker strategies can be differentiated into three distinct divisions:

- Beginner Texas Hold Em Poker strategy

- Intermediate Texas Hold Em Poker strategy

- Advanced Texas Hold Em Poker strategy

Beginner Texas Hold Em Poker Strategy

If you have just started playing Texas Hold Em Poker, then it is very important to understand the game first and stick to the following strategies. Try to play only the best starting Texas Hold Em Poker hands. As a beginner, the only poker hands that you should play are- K-K, J-J, A-A, Q-Q, 9-9, 10-10, 8-8, A-Qs, A-Ks, K-Qs. Here “s” indicates that the cards are the same suit – i.e. both club or both diamonds.

As a beginner, you will not know all the tricks of the trade and so it is better to restrict yourself to only the mentioned poker hands.  If you get any other poker hand, it is better to fold.

Fold – if you got none of the best starting hands

Bet or raise – If you get one of the best starting hands

Fold – if hand has not improved after the flop

Raise – if your poker hand has improved after the flop

Fold – the hand has not improved after the Turn and River

Raise – if your hand is improved after the Turn and River

Beginner’s strategy for Texas Hold Em Poker will help you to learn poker and win some quick cash.

Intermediate Texas Hold Em Poker strategy

If you have crossed the beginner’s stage, then in the intermediate stage as a Texas Hold em Poker player, you can add some more hands into your arsenal of Texas Hold Em Poker hands: K-Q, A-10s, K-Js, A-Q, A-K, 5-5, 6-6, 3-3, 7-7, 4-4, 2-2. Here s indicates suited eg. King of clubs and Jack of clubs. You already have a few poker hand recommendations from the beginner’s stage.

Fold – if you got none of the best starting hands

Bet or raise – If you get one of the best starting hands

Fold – if hand has not improved after the flop

Raise – if your poker hand has improved after the flop

Fold – the hand has not improved after the Turn and River

Raise – if your hand is improved after the Turn and River

Advanced Texas Hold Em Poker strategy

In the advanced stage, you can go for “suited connectors”. These connectors include cards like 9 of hearts and 10 of hearts. Playing with suited connectors will help you to try to get a straight, a flush, or even a straight flush.

While playing suited connectors, you can call two bets, but no more than that. If you call more bets, then you need to play too many hands. Advanced Texas Hold Em Poker strategy also includes “Stealing the Blinds”. In this strategy, the button or the dealer raise in anticipation that both the small blind and the big blind will fold. When they do, the button can win the blinds. This is possible in a tight game, when lots of players fold before the flop.

To Your Luck And Skill,

Alex Bannon

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