The tendency to not understand the table or overestimate their skills often leads to all in unlikely. Let’s look at five situations at risk.
Being a beginner in a No-Limit game can be a challenging experience, but expensive, especially because the world is full of experienced players who are intimately familiar with the tendency of beginners to go all in a little ‘too easily. The key to making money in poker, one thing that all the professionals know too well, is that of striving to minimize losses so that you maximize your wins. To do this, we decided to offer a series of examples to understand – and avoid! – The classic mistakes of beginners. Take a look, and if you trust us, learn to avoid them with our suggestions.
5) Interpret the wrong table.
One of the biggest mistakes beginners make is to misunderstand the table or hand. There is nothing more demoralizing than going all in, saying, “Flush!” only to discover that … uh … the cards are not exactly.
Generally it takes at least 5 seconds to figure out what the value of the cards in the game, learn to keep all five, without any hurry.
And the problem is not only in this, because the novice players also tend to misread the board is overestimating what they have in hand and not understanding the risks to flight in all thrown to the wind can represent both their victories for fun at the table.
If you play live and online, keep in mind that the rule becomes time to wait for 10 seconds – try to respect and believe us, you will begin to reduce the embarrassing moments at the table in a more than considerable.
4) Make stupid bluff.
Until you have reached the third level of thinking – what makes you sure that you know how to read your opponents, in other words – you can not bluff with great expectations.
But only those who Dan Harrington called the bluff of the typical beginner “to dead end.”
Knowing that you can not win the pot unless you fail to make your opponent fold is an intelligent, but can be dangerous if you are not aware that your opponent could still stay in the game even if you bet strong.
And believe in once again, there are few things as depressing to be seen in burst to bluff badly.
Sometimes beginners like to think much more skilled at the table than they really are. This can be a very good thing, or something very expensive. The disappointment becomes expensive when a player begins to overreach too often.
Many players try to look in the eyes of opponents as much stronger as they are not really thinking that this will impress them and give a psychological advantage of some sort.
Too bad that most of the time this bold creativity tends not to lead to nothing but the dangerous have reached the initial goal and – consequently – begin to lose without even really understand why.
2) Please Call at the wrong time.
What is the deal with beginners and color maps!
Why is it almost impossible to fold a beginner a flush, whatever the pot at stake?
Almost all of these beginners have read the books and keep us to the whole world come to know and use terms like implied odds, pot committed etc. – Even if they continue to shatter against any couple just because they have not been able to fold and abandon their flush.
We will never stop repeating it … think …. think …. think about it … it takes 10 seconds ….
1) Marrying hands
And so to the first, the most cursed because of the defeat of an impressive number of beginners.
Regardless of the action at the table or any other factor that clearly shows to be beaten, most beginners are simply unable to fold a premium hand.
It ‘s like after finding himself in a top pair hand like AA, KK or QQ, the player is bound to feel indestructible or continue without ifs and buts obligation for an unspecified blood pact.
Imagine it like this: pocket aces, although they are highly attractive, they are just a couple. Nothing more than a couple.
The highest you can have, it is true – but still a couple.
And you’re sure to will play all your stack for a simple pair?