To make money with online poker, you need to have good cards. Period, Not only do you need to have good cards to make money with online poker, you need to have great cards. Great cards. Great cards means play with aggression. Period.
If you are not sure how to play with aggression, poker is not the game for you. I would suggest learning to play in the Dawn of Strategies teach-in that comes with every online poker site, wherein you can find several lessons on how to play, how to improve, and what not to do.
With the dawn of strategy in mind, you’re ready to take the plunge into online poker. Just remember, strategy isn’t everything, it’s just a key part of winning. Good cards are all, but if you have a thwarted strategy, it will do you no good.
Playing online poker as DominikOnce played online poker in Germany, people took the game much more seriously then they should have. The Germans played along with the other players in a more socialized way, they sat at a table all evening and played freerolls, they invited players to join them and they would bet their dumped chips on the table. Now, people in Europe are coming to the United States in hordes, probably Retreat Act Online has evolved into a skillful and competitive poker game, not the kind you played in the past, that’s for sure.
While I was in the States, the poker bug bit me on the ass, literally. Fortunately, I had plenty of friends who were more then willing to teach me the finer points of poker, I studied hard and I recently started playing in the State of Texas.
I had heard about Pokerbo State, a documentary produced by an accountant who spent years studying poker tournaments. He got lots of participants, and he watched them play, he followed them in the hotel rooms, and eventually he was in the States to exploit their weakness. There are two parts to the movie, the first tells the story of a young poker player who gets an opportunity to show his skills. The second part exhumes his personal stories of gambling and addiction. Both parts are barren of information and lead to pointless emotions much like the part in Part 1. In fact, some of the interviews here border on Catholic, as he refers to staling a confession away from God.
While I agree with the movie, I didn’t like the ending. Given the stakes involved and the final showdown, I felt the stakes were more on his brain than on yours. I also felt there were more implications in the film than were actually explored. The final Showdown, between strains of fully-clothed men scrambling for the pot in a neutral confines, reminded me of No Country For Old Men. Watch them, regretting your part in a rigged game in a neutral resort somewhere.
I finished the Cannes Film Festival damaged, but I got a popcorn and an underdog. Given the odds I wasn’t looking forward to the European Roulette Soccer event at that hour of the evening. However, the film had lots of other stuff to offer. For me, it was simply about poker. I finished the film quite unsatisfied, but I must say, it was as good as I expected. Not to say it wasn’t informative, but not exactly what I came for. For the other viewers, I believe it was merelyelve viewer survey That said, I must say I was far more exhausted than I had expected. Was it because of the ending?