The three most common mistakes a beginner makes are: I also use 3x bet on certain hole cards such as pair 4,5 6. UTH not the video machine stephenhow said, on October 28, at 9: I am so glad that I found this table game!
You have a bet strategy for 2nd nut, 3rd nut, and 5th nut plus 3rd nut kicker.
Reply Jacklin said, on February 17, at Did see a number of other players getting burned pretty bad. I ended up perfectly even after about 4 hours of play myself. Looked for you but you must have taken time off. Reply Dave C said, on January 17, at Thanks stephenhow said, on February 26, at 6: Allow me to ask a basic question.
I left some friends about Dave said, on November 21, at 9: I might contact the company if I get killed a few more times. Tom said, on February 4, at Profbac said, on December 11, at 4: So they are forced to account for all that leave the table.
Commit the 4x raising hands to memory, and the rest is easy! Reply stephenhow said, on November 2, at 1: They always seem to have a pair against you. I am headed bach to Las Vegas next week to really play this and would be glad to give a trip report.
Which is correct for the large raise? The way to make money with these hands is to trap a loose opponent with the same top pair, weak kicker.
For rating you, they only care about your average bet. If the board was showing a pair of aces and a pair of kings, would you bet the board with a queen 5th card or would you also play a jack or a ten on the board?
Reply Ted said, on December 4, at You are not playing these hands to hit an ace and get into a betting war. Your goal with these hands is to play the largest pots possible for the least amount of investment possible.
Pocket Aces Although you can write volumes about ff13-2 slot machine flashing arrows lines and theories on maximizing profit with this hand, other than folding there is rarely a scenario in which you can ever make a mistake with this hand pre-flop that is.
Richy said, on February 25, at 1: Vangie gonzales said, on August 24, at 1: You're set mining with these hands.
The house edge is 1. It would be interesting to see how you get rated.
I find it manageable with players, and if I sit on an end, its easy for me to flash my cards. Profbac said, on December 5, at 7: These hands are the most commonly dominated hands when faced with a raise, and as such will lose you significant money if you get into the habit of calling raises with them.
Thanks Reply stephenhow said, on October 24, at As explained in this article, you don't want to play against an ace, even if you have a small ace yourself. Since a definitive guide on every hand and how and when to play it in every situation would take more words than a novel, this article will touch on the major points of basic pre-flop hands with broad strokes.
Throw away the weaker of these hands when out of position, and only play against a raise if you have a very strong hand or the odds with a strong drawing hand. Tom said, on January 17, at 8: Tom Retired navy dude.