Winning Texas Hold’em Poker Strategy Recommended By Online Poker Play


Texas Holdem Strategy

    Texas Hold’em Poker is a high card game. The players holding two high cards have a great opportunity at the best hand or draw to the best hand following the flop. We suggest you to only play your strong hands that will stand will stand a raise or multiple raises, from the initial betting positions.
    You need to play medium strength and other playable hands from the subsequent positions if you got a nice opportunity of seeing the flop at a reasonable betting price.
    As a rule, you should play strong hands quite aggressively. You should take all the possible raises. If you don’t moderate the competition, you cut your winning opportunities.
    Also, your aggressive play before the flop add credibility to any strong play you may wish to use in the following round if a junk flop falls and you need to attempt a steal.
    If you get plenty of action with a threatening flop, then be prepared to fold your high pair.
    Before the flop, you should fast play the high pairs as this puts more money in the premature pot. Also, it’s quite helpful in folding the weak and junk hands that could get a lucky flop and beat you.
    You should never draw to the low end or both ends of a straight. If a 9, 8, 7 flops, you wish to be playing the J 10 rather than 6, 5 or 10, 6.  As a rule, the low part is called the “ignorant” end of the straight.
    The unconnected and low cards are mostly unplayable. All the suited cards that can’t flop a straight are also included in it.  
    Always be careful while playing the starting low pairs.  66 down to 22. As a rule, not from an early seat and from the late positions, but only when the betting price right. If you don’t flop a set or quads then you should mostly fold.  
    If you have a two way draw after the flop, then you must play aggressively. If you are capable to make a straight and flush or trips, then you should mostly raise/bet your hand.
    If you get a junk flop, then you should always bet and ace or two high over cards. Most of the time, you should fold if someone raises.
    Always pay attention to the uniform flops. For example, 8, 7, 6, they can simply turn into straights that can beat your high pair or good hand.
    Always check the raiser’s chips. Many players, who are close to all-in often rush the betting just to acquire all their chips in a do or die round.
    You should always watch out for the Suited Flops as they can make a completed flush. In such situation, you should mostly hold the nut in that suit, or have trips or two pair that can block.
    Always bluff on occasion. Bluffing is a great way to vary your play and not be too predictable. If your bluff works, then you can even those huge pots that you don’t deserve. However, when your bluff doesn’t work, it can cost you a few chips but it will get you calls from the weaker hands down the line while you having a strong hand and want the action.  
    You should always keep an eye on your opponents, especially when you are not playing hands and you have enough time to watch their actions. Such as, whether they play most of the hands or fold, whether they bluff or not or whether they show any hints that reveal their cards information.