How to Play Against Experienced Poker Players in the Internet

How to Play Against Experienced Poker Players in the Internet

Latest Casino News 30 Aug , 2019 0

An experienced Poker player will generally have some talent for the game. This is something I can say confidently, if for no other reason then because of simple economics. You don't gain experience in Poker without winning a few hands. It's not like golf, you can't keep playing and never win because of the losses that would be involved. So if you're playing against an experienced player it's worth bearing in mind that he's probably watching what you're doing, while simultaneously keeping an eye on everyone else at the table - so if you happen to betray a weakness he's going to treat you like his (or her) own personal ATM.

With this in mind it would be natural to play a very cautious game of Poker if you're not that experienced yourself. Keeping your own counsel, not betting incautiously, and avoiding risk will be very tempting for the novice player who simply wants to emerge from the game with their wallet approximately the same weight, their car still their car, and their trousers intact. The only drawback to this is as follows: if you're big on avoiding risk, why the hey are you playing Poker? There are plenty of other ways of passing the time online, so if you're in a casino you might as well try to take money off some people.

How best should you do this? Well, not being hugely cautious doesn't mean you have to be cavalier. It's worth deciding on a strategy - more than one, in fact, because no great plan ever came without a Plan B in case of emergency - and keeping an eye out for the chance to make the graybeard pay. It's possible to use someone's greater experience against them. How? Well, with experience comes a certain amount of prejudice. It's unavoidable, indeed the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. So? So you change your game.

Don't turn into a flighty, mayfly character who has no decipherable pattern to your play. This may well confuse the experienced player you're up against, but it will certainly also confuse you. No, the best way to do it is to allow a pattern to develop, and just when it's been going on for too long, throw a spanner in the works. If you're playing a game with chat, just watch the asterisks fly as you take him for a substantial hit. That's how to play against an experienced poker player.


Source by Mahfuza Ferdausi Urpa


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