Freerolls are tournaments where you do not need to pay any registration fee. This is the good news. The bad news is that you usually do not even win a lot of money. Nevertheless, it is worth playing.
How to play early?
In the initial phase of a freeroll will not be able to reduce the number of opponents using a standard raise. Even with two axes would leave you with egg on the face, if you see the flop with four players. For this reason, strong hands should go all-in on the flop.
Before the Flop
In any position, go all-in with pocket aces, kings, women and ace king, even if someone has raised before you.
In an intermediate position and the final, go all-in with a pair of jacks and ace woman, provided that no one has raised before you.
Furthermore, with the pairs lowest from two six should raise from an intermediate position and the final about 4 big blind (or even more), in the case in which nobody has already raised.
In the middle position, you can even see the flop with speculative hands, provided always that no one has already raised. This means that you limp (you only pay the big blind) with two five, four, three, two, with suited aces and suited connectors so-called medium-high. It is, in this case, the cards of the same suit in direct succession as 7:06 or woman and jack.
From flop everything revolves around the question you have something in your hand? If not, you’re out of the game.
With two pair or better, you all-in.
With a flushdraw or an open-ended straightdraw (OESD) gets all-in only if more players have already invested more chips.
With the so-called top pair, ie pairs consisting of one of your starting cards and the highest community card, you all-in only if there are at most two opponents. Otherwise, it must be played with caution.