Learn how to play all the starting hands in No-Limit Texas Hold’em and win more at the poker table.
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Winning at Texas Hold’em starts with the hands you choose to play, and how you choose to play them.
As a beginner it’s vitally important to have a game plan for different starting hands and with this cheat sheet you’ll lean how to play the main kinds of Texas Hold’em starting hands in just five minutes.
This video crash course explains everything from when to raise and call with pocket aces, when it’s okay to fold pocket jacks and queens and which garbage hands deserve a one-way ticket to the dumpster.
Poker is a vastly complicated game so consider this the tip of the iceberg when it comes to learning how to play all the different starting hands in different positions and situations.
But, especially as a beginner, it’s essential to lay a solid foundation of knowledge before you move on to fancier strategies. If you’re playing in home games or low-stakes online and live, following these basic rules will pay off with more wins and less tricky situations that will cause you to make mistakes.
There are tons of ways to win big pots and lots of different hands you can do it with so check out our five-minute Texas Hold’em Starting Hand Cheat Sheet video and get started today.
Poker champ Phil Ivey just hit a $10 million setback in his court case against the Borgata Casino.
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The Judge ordered that Ivey and his gambling partner Cheng Yin Sun repay over $10 million they won playing Baccarat in 2012. The Borgata accused Ivey and Sun of using “edge-sorting” to turn the odds in their favor and said it was a breach of New Jersey state gambling laws.
This week the Judge agreed. But he also said that Ivey and Sun will not have to repay the roughly $250,000 in comps they received as a result of their high-stakes gambling.
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