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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515001-Worst-Starting-Hands-Poker-Tutorials Hey, I'm Professional Poker Player, Nicky Numbers, I'm going to talk to you today, about the worst hands in poker. Now, a lot of what you've seen on poker on t.v. and in movies, has looked something like this. You see a player, sitting there, with five cards in front of them. That is draw poker. Poker itself, isn't actually a game. It's a category of card games that are played. What you're really talking about when you're asking about poker, is No Limit Hold Em, the most popular game in the world. Unless you're very short stacked with ten big blinds or less, and you're moving all in pre-flop, then just having a single high card, doesn't add a lot of value to hands. Suitedness and connectedness matters much more than just having a single, large card in your hand. So, hands like King, Nine, are extremely poor holdings in No Limit Hold Em, because they can rarely continue pass the flop, and very rarely do they make strong made hands, like straights and flushes, because they're barely connected, and they're not suited. So, another example of this would be King, Deuce. Basically, cards that are off suit, and have more than one gap, have the lowest play ability in all of No Limit Hold Em. They can rarely, comfortably continue past the flop. They don't hit big, often. They hit big very infrequently, like maybe one time in fifty, do hey flop two pair, or better, to make a strong made hand post-flop. Most of the time they're flopping one pair, and even when they do, they have kicker problems, because the card that goes along with their one pair, is pretty much never a good one. Other examples of hands like this are Queen, Eight; Jack, Nine; Four, Deuce; or Eight, Three. Hands like Eight, Three, or Seven, Deuce, or Deuce, Four, that are off suit, tend to rank the lowest in terms of hand match ups. These hands rarely hit the flop hard. They're just the worst hands that you can play in all of No Limit Hold Em. And, you're actually dealt a hand of this nature, off suit cards, with one gap or more, that do not contain an Ace, forty-seven percent of the time. That means nearly half the time, you're dealt two rags that you should go use for toilet paper or something, because they're more useful that way.
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Gamble at Casinos videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/511510-Basic-Rules-of-Texas-Hold-em-Gambling-Tips Want to learn how to play poker? In this video, a gambling expert explains the basic rules of Texas Hold 'em. It's up to you to work on your poker face. Texas Hold 'Em is one of the most popular games in Poker today. It's played in card rooms all over the world and home games all over also. I just want to go over the rules of Texas hold 'em with you. First you need a table. Get some players with you. The first thing that we do you either put up an ante or a blind. Basically there are two ways of forcing action. An ante is where every player at the game would put in a certain amount. In this case five dollars that automatically goes in the pot. Blind is a little different where the two people next to the button, which I'll explain that in a second, would put one small one and one big one. This is just to make sure there's something going on in every hand because otherwise if people don't like the hands and everybody just keeps folding no money changes and it's kind of boring that way. The dealer button, if you're in a home game you can play this with your friends and generally the deck would be passed around from player to player to player and everybody would have a chance to deal. In games where you've got the dedicated folks, like myself, then the dealer represents that deck being in the player's hand and then the dealer takes care of all the action. Here we're going to have blinds of five and ten. Players get two cards dealt face down. Dealer doesn't play. Then everybody will check their hands making their bets or decisions based on what their hand strength was. So the big blind, that's the minimum that people would have to bet to commit. Here, say they want to bet ten. This guy doesn't want to play for whatever reason so he folds the cards, they come in my way. Then he wants to bet. Now, as the big blind he already had ten dollars in he has the option, he could check, basically making an additional bet of zero, or he could raise, and we'll go into raising in the next hand - the next round here. So he decides to check, his money goes in the pot. One card gets burned, this is just a security thing. Back in the days of Poker where people, like in the Wild West, used to cheat and they'd be dealing from the bottom of the deck and things like that. The card burned on the top makes it a little harder for somebody to cheat at the game. So that's just a security measure that's been added to every game. Then three cards are dealt face up. This is a flop, community cards for all the players. I don't see what these guys have here, but say if the gentleman here has a four he now has a pair of fours. If the person here has got a queen, he now has a pair of queens. If he's got a jack and a four he now has two pair. With the community cards there now have the option they can bet again. Say this guy wants to bet ten. Now he can bet, or he can fold. Say he decides to raise. So now he's going to tell everybody at the table he's raising. Then he wants to put out twenty. Now the player here has to either put in twenty or fold. Now the gentlemen here has to put at least ten or fold. Say he decides to call, which is matching the twenty, and the player here decides to do the same. Then this goes in the pot as well. Another card gets burned and we've go the fourth card, this is called the turn. It's another community card that everybody at the table can use. Say for the purposes here that everybody just decides to check. Everybody wants to check. He checks so he bets nothing and then they're just kind of following along. In the case that nobody bets then the fifth card, which is called the river, and that's it for me and the card. Then players get the option that they could check or bet. So say somebody wants to bet ten and let's just say that these two guys decide to call. This money goes into the pot and now the players here get to show their hands. In this case he's got an eight and a two so he doesn't make any pairs. In the case here he's got an ace, but then he's just basically playing for high card because he doesn't have a pair. Then the player here, he's got a pair of nines. So this would be the best five card hand he could make with a pair of nines, ace, queen, jack. The cards would be swept up and the pot would be shift to the player. Then the button goes to the next player here and then play would continue. That's how you play hold 'em.
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In this brilliant Poker tutorial, we will take you through all of the Terminology that we have previously covered in various videos. This Terminology will help you on your way to becoming a learned, experienced Poker player. http://www.claremonts.com Poker is one of the most played casino games across the globe. It is a fantastic game to play and is a huge part of the casino industry. However, if you want to play the game properly, you need to understand the terminology used within the game of Poker. This excellent tutorial will run you through all the different terms used in the game and will help you understand them all. These terms range from Action to Tilt and will help you to become a Poker expert in no time at all! 0:00 - Poker Terminology Introduction 0:18 - The Action 0:41 - All In 1:17 - The Back Door 1:56 - A Bad Beat 2:25 - The Blinds 2:51 - Bluffing 3:25 - The Dealer Button 4:06 - A Call 4:41 - The Check 5:32 - Community Cards 6:02 - Drawing Dead 6:44 - The Flop 7:19 - A Gutshot 8:01 - A Kicker 9:00 - Limping In 9:43 - Loose 10:08 - The Muck 10:42 - An Out 11:46 - The Pot 12:27 - Pot Limit 13:02 - Quads 13:36 - The Rake 14:14 - Raise 15:01 - Re-Raise 16:06 - The Short Stack 16:43 - The Side Pot 17:17 - A Tell 17:50 - Tight 18:25 - The Tilt Try out your new skills at our brilliant online casino: http://www.claremonts.com Please subscribe to our channel for regularly updated tutorial videos! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dpS1nl4vExE
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http://www.pokernostra.com Daniel Negreanu gives us a bit of strategy on holdem. Very good lesson for seasoned poker players
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Le Texas Hold'em est la variante du Poker la plus répandue. Dans cette vidéo, Stéphane Bazin, joueur professionnel, ambassadeur du LKTEAM, vous explique comment jouer aux Texas Hold'em. N'hésitez également pas à visionner Les différentes mains du Poker (rubrique Loisirs), une vidéo qui sera un parfait complément à celle-ci!
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515002-Best-Starting-Hands-Poker-Tutorials Hey, I'm Nicky Numbers, a Professional Poker Player, whose going to talk to you today, about the best starting hands in poker. Now, when most people are talking about poker, they mean No Limit Hold Em. The best starting hands in that game are, big cards, and big pairs. So, hands like Ace, King. Especially Ace, King, suited are incredibly valuable. This is a true, premium hand. Another example would be pocket Queens. Any pocket pair of Tens, or higher, is going to be a premium one. Hands like Ace, Queen, are also incredibly valuable, because they flop top pair regularly. Ace, King, for example, flops top pair, 30 percent of the time. Big pocket pairs have tremendous value because often they're an over pair to the board, and when they're not an over pair to the board, sometimes they flop sets, which are really strong hands. A set is when you have a pocket pair, and then a third card that matches these two, comes on the board, so, you have three of a kind. Now, these are traditionally thought of as the categories of hands that are premium holdings. Pocket Tens are better, Ace, King, Ace, Queen. You only get dealt one of these hands, 4.7 percent of the time. That's about once, every other round, if there's ten people at your table. So, these are infrequent occurrences. If this is all you play, you're going to end up playing way too tight. There are other hands that also play well in No Limit Hold Em, and have tremendous value. And the deeper stacked you get, meaning the more big blinds you have, the better these other hands will play. Hands like pocket Deuces. A pocket pair is going to flop two pair, or better, about 12 percent of the time. It's an incredibly powerful hand, and the most likely hand of any, to flop a monster, pocket pairs. Another valuable hand is suited connectors, cards that are directly connected to each other, and are of the same suit. So, they're sequential, like, Six, Seven. Another example, would be a suited one gapper, like Seven, Five, or, a suited two gapper, like Seven, Four. Cards that have no gaps, and are directly connected, have one gap, or two gaps, and are suited, have tremendous play ability in No Limit Hold Em. For example, a true suited connector, like, Four, Five suited through Jack, Ten suited, is going to hit the flop to make a big hand, or a draw of Eight outs or more, about a quarter of the time. On the surface, it looks like you only have Seven high, but these cards work tremendously well together, and create a synergy that results in the hands having a lot of value in their ability to continue passed the flop. Another example, is a suited Ace, like Ace, Six, or Ace, Deuce. These cards work in a very similar way to suited connectors, suited one gappers, and suited two gappers. Basically, you want to play hands that are able to continue pass the flop, regularly. And when I say continue pass the flop, regularly, I mean continue pass the flop in a comfortable way. Imagine having a hand on the flop, and your opponent makes a bet, and you're comfortable continuing to call, or raise. Imagine being on the flop, and making a bet, and your opponent raises you. And you're able to comfortably continue by calling that raise, or, even re-raising them back. That's what you're looking for when you're picking hands, pre-flop. Hands that interact with the flop in multiple ways, and are often able to continue passed the flop, and regularly go to show down.
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Jugando Poker Post-flop Después de que las tres cartas de la comunidad conocidas como el 'flops' han sido colocadas boca arriba sobre la mesa, es necesario evaluar cómo encajan con sus dos hole cards. Este episodio explica cómo su mano post-flop puede clasificarse en cuatro categorías - muy fuerte, fuerte, mediocre o basura. Las manos muy fuertes deben ser jugadas agresivamente, mientras que las manos basura deben ser retiradas. Sin embargo, las decisiones pueden ser más difíciles cuando la mano está entre esos extremos. Como veremos en la etapa e Dublín de la European Poker Tour (EPT), es necesario utilizar toda la información disponible cuando se está en una situación difícil con una mano mediocre. ¿Qué pasa si usted tiene As-Qs, y el flop es Qc-8c-7d? Esa es una mano fuerte. Tiene top pair y top 'kicker', pero el turn y el river podrían permitirle a un oponente completar un straight o flush. Vamos a aprender qué hacer en este tipo de escenario. También hay un comentario del campeón de poker Daniel Negreanu acerca de la protección de las manos fuertes. A veces, tendrá suerte y obtendrá un monster o the nuts con un flop. - una mano que es muy probable que sea la mejor, no importa lo que puedan traer el turn o el river. Ahora está menos preocupado por la protección de su mano, y desea inducir a sus oponentes a poner el número máximo de fichas en el pot. Vamos a aprender el arte del slow-playing para atrapar a nuestros rivales. Una vez más, tenemos el consejo de Daniel Negreanu.
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Poker Tournament Ponies & Poker is an official Breeders’ Cup Festival event featuring a professional Texas Hold ‘em Poker Tournament which started Tuesday, October 31 – Thursday, November 2, 2017. Ponies & Poker attracted Poker players from Del Mar and greater San Diego communities, horse racing fans, professional poker players and athletes including jockeys, celebrities and Thoroughbred trainers and owners to compete for an Estimated $100,000 prize pool Texas Hold'em Tournament.
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In this video, Michael Shackleford, who is also known as the "Wizard of Odds," explains all about Ultimate Texas Hold'em. He tells you how the game is played, the various bets you can make, the casino advantage on those bets, and the best strategy for playing the game on a pre-flop basis, as well as advice for making the later bets. Get Over $600 in casino chips and 500 slot machine spins FREE - https://www.americancasinoguide.com/no-deposit-bonus-codes.html Get more than 200 casino coupons and save more than $1,000 - http://www.americancasinoguide.com/order-now.html . SUBSCRIBE for more videos: http://bit.ly/1G4l0xv Tips on Blackjack: http://y2u.be/5ki_92QrqfI Tips on Slot Machines: http://y2u.be/7Wkubf1PrWg Tips on Craps: http://y2u.be/7daSiVupvmY Tips on Video Poker: http://y2u.be/gLYQ3ZIowPA For the latest news and insights on casinos visit: http://blog.888casino.com/
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Introducción al concepto de variación y ordenación de una baraja. Ayudamos a obtener una introducción intuitiva a las distintas combinaciones que se pueden obtener en el poker. Artículo de http://www.juegosyteoria.com/teoria/variaciones-y-combinaciones/
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