Congratulations – You’ve Graduated
Congratulations, you have made it through the whole Learn How to Play Poker Course. That is a real achievement and you are have now well and truly taken the first steps on your Poker Journey.
Who knows where it will take you next, but whether you just want to play recreationally, or want to take it a bit more seriously and treat it as an income stream you are perfectly setup to do so now.
Course Review: What have you Learnt?
- The different Poker Variants and Betting Limit Structures.
- The Poker Hand Rankings – What hand beats what
- Introduction to the rules to five of the most popular poker variants and how to play them
- Chosen which game you are going to focus on while taking your first steps into Poker.
Poker is Easy to Learn, but Hard to Master – True or False?
Now you have had an introduction to the rules of poker, you need to make a decision. You should pick one and only one of the four standalone variants (not the mixed HORSE variant) to focus your attention on. This is the game that you will learn, study and develop yourself into a winning poker player at.
Once you have mastered one variant, then if you wish can move onto learning others at a later date, but it’s vitally important that you concentrate on just one for the time being. There is a famous saying in Poker, “Poker is easy to learn, but hard to master” and it is a reasonably truthful statement if you spread yourself too thin. However if you focus on just one game, then it is relativity straightforward to become a winning player.
We highly recommend that you choose No Limit Texas Holdem as your starting game. It is the most popular form of poker in the world, the most widely available, the variant used in all the large poker tournaments and for those reasons is the one which we have based a lot of our further courses on.
The next step, now that you have an understanding of the basic rules of how to play poker is to develop a poker strategy to stand any chance of being a winning poker player. There are logical and mathematical principles behind poker which is at the end of the day a game of probabilities with a certain number of cards and possible outcomes, so having a basic strategy, and knowing when to play and when to fold will make you a much better player overnight.
How to Win at Poker Course
The next step if you want to be a winning poker player and have chosen Texas Holdem as your game of choice is the famous Poker Professor How to Win at Poker Course,
This is a free course which takes you through the stages of building a strong poker strategy from start to finish. During the course as well, we will guide you in turning an initial bankroll of just $25 into a serious bankroll of $1,000 by the end of the course using the strategies learnt in the course.
Over the years this course has helped many thousands of players become better players, and this is why Poker Professor and the How to Win at Poker Course has become so well known and is so regularly recommended (which we appreciate so much – thanks).
Choose an Online Poker Site
The best way to practice poker is with online poker. Over the last decade internet poker has revolutionised the poker world.
With online poker you see so many more hands per hour without the time spent shuffling / dealing the cards that you can gain a lifetimes experience in just a few months. Young online poker players these days quickly catch up with older players who had to gain their experience at live card games.
The internet is a minefield though, so to make sure that you choose a legitimate site that will handle your money safety and one that is suitable for your needs, be sure to check out our poker site reviews section so that you can make an informed decision about where you want to play online poker.
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