Poker Rules & Logic

Now you’ve made your first step in discovering the world of poker : you’ve read endless books about strategy & the history of poker, hold’em Poker rules and winning combinations.

Now, after seeing all the playboy Poker sharks showing off their skills on televised tournaments you would like to play well, but you are afraid that you’ll drop off from the first half hour. The wisest, indeed, would be to take the time to train & effectively integrate Poker rules with logic. 

Get Ready for Boarding

Imagine that you come to discover a new sport. You have read the rules, you have learned some technical terms. But are you ready to immediately break records without minimum training beforehand? Of course not!
Once we begin to understand the blueprint of the game, one must take the time to incorporate rules and logic before diving into the shark tank. This phase of training is vital and it will last as long as you do not fully understand the rules of Poker and its subtleties: you must learn to tell the difference between a good hand and a bad hand as your immediate outs and decode the chart to assess your odds. Bottom line is, don’t try to run fast until you know most of the tricks in a glance.

Play to learn and practice safe

To learn how to play poker without allowing others to categorize you, keep your gameplay in a low profile. Make sure not to join in tables at private nor public game events or parties, where you’ll most likely would have to play against experienced players who’ll  grab your chips in a  few rounds (friends or just peeps).

The best thing to do when learning how to play Poker  – and practice safely –  is to play on the internet.  In Live Hold’em Poker Pro, newbies may play on tables reserved for beginners.

Don’t Give Up

Whether you win or lose is not important and it should not affect your gameplay. It’s easy to suddenly get down, disappointed and frustrated when you are losing, which is why you should be prepared to play every hand correctly regardless of what you are doing.

Bottom line, the fact that you’re either winning or losing should not allow you to affect your decision to stay or quit the game.
Learning how and when the appropriate time to give up is essential for any player.

And after that?

Play as much as you can to acquire reflexes and basic discipline, while incorporating the rules of poker and adding the game’s logic to your own.  Poker is a game of strategy based largely on management and risk of your own capital, so one can easily learn from it and apply its rules and logic to many aspects of our everyday life.