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October 2nd, 2009 at 07:13

Make Money Online With Online Poker

It is not uncommon to see people winning and making money playing poker in Las Vegas but did you know that you could make a comfortable living playing poker online. Yes there are several online casinos where you could play poker for real money and make as much as $5000 per month if you are really good at the game, so lets explore this poker money online opportunity.

If you are new t poker and online gambling it will not make sense to invest your own money into this venture instead start by using the freerolls and gradually build a bankroll. To begin with you will need to find an online gambling site which is legitimate. The credentials of a gambling site will usually be mentioned on the site. A good thumb rule is to opt for sites which have been in business for a few years. Two such sites are full slant poker and riverstars and of course there are others but you will have to put in some research to find them.

Now don’t expect to win a few thousands dollars in payout in the first few minutes even if you don’t have to invest money you will need to invest some time. Usually freerolls have a limit of 900 people but if you are looking to make good money than you should go for the larger groups with at least a few thousand people and once you are playing make sure that you wait till you reach the final tables because that’s where the real money lies. This is not to say that you won’t make any money at all if you don’t reach the finals but the payout will only be in a few cents. So if you want to make it to a few dollar ranges you will need to have enough patience to make it to the finals which should take about 4 to 5 hours depending on the number of players

Your goal should be to build a few dollars in bankroll because you can use the money you have earned here in the 10 cent tourneys so that you can start making some real money.

First of all when you are choosing an online poker table you should think of choosing one with players who are of a lesser skill level than you. So when you select a table the statistics will appear. Usually you will be given the following info; hands per hour, percentage of players seeing the flop, and average pot size. An important thing is that hands per must be very high, because when the game is fast you can make money online more. The perfect cash game poker table is a loose one. So, you should carefully look at the players seeing the flop. So, if the percentage is at least 30 at a table with 10 players than it’s good. You should look for lower limits.

The next thing you should check before sitting at an online poker table is the pot size. You can tell by the pot size if it’s an active or an passive table. Here are now rules, because you can win at a passive table as much as you can at an active table. The last thing you can look at before choosing an online poker table is the stacks of the other players. If they are playing with much money usually means that they are serious players. But many great players sit down at the table with small stacks in order to remain inconspicuous. There are also many poor players with lot of money to spend.

Poker is a game of luck and some strategy. Before you start playing it would make sense to buy a few book son poker and study the various strategies remember in online poker you cant actually see your opponents so the normal face reading tactics which work in offline poker may not serve you online but there are several books available in the market aimed towards improving your online game it is strongly recommended that you read at least one or two of them.

Even if you lose substantially in one tournament there is a good possibility that you may recover all of it and more in the next. This is a two way sword actually to put it simply don’t be over confident and reckless just because you have had a winning streak and don’t lose all hope just because you have lost a few. Poker follows the simple theory of probability in which each hand you play is an independent event like flipping a coin so if you win or lose one hand the chances of the same result being repeated in the next round are small but not impossible.

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  • Bruna
    14:16 on December 7th, 2015 1

    ), or not small enough to fool pelope that you have weak cards.I can’t tell if he sucks or not because he is playing loose – for me I would call $50 if I have his cards just to see the flop anyways (comparing to the way you guys are raising hundreds and thousands). If you want to drive him out, I would call him all-in right after the flop but before the turn – that would give me more pressure. Again, he may still call regardless because he is playing loose, but definitely better than calling all-in after the 8 comes out. Anything after that would be out of your control – overall poker is 90% strategy + 10% luck.Remember – One good thing about playing tight is that pelope won’t catch you when you are really bluffing 🙂 Good luck~


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