Playing Online Poker and Win More Pots


Playing Online Poker and Win More Pots

The key to winning more pots playing online poker is all about time management and the ability to bluff successfully. If you are sitting around hour after hour waiting for premium hands, then you are going to watch your stack disappear until you are breaking out your credit card to reload your bankroll. Here are some tips to help you to win more at the poker tables.

  1. Patience – One of the biggest keys to winning more at the online poker table is being patient. If you play every hand, you will never win money at the poker website. The action moves fast online, so just be willing to fold and sit out the majority of hands each session.
  1. Strength – In order to win a pot when you are bluffing, you have to convince the other players in the pot that you are strong. The easiest way to do this is to simply use the board to tell the story. When the ace hits the flop, bet big like you connected to show strength.
  1. Silence – Take time to turn off the online chat feature and keep quiet while you are playing online. The last thing you want to do is to give away free information to your opponents that they are going to use against you to try and take your chips from you.
  1. Sober – Never drink alcohol when you are playing poker online. The last thing you need to do is lose your focus and to start betting out of character. This will result in your chips disappearing faster and you not being able to pull off the bluffs.

Now that you know some of the tips to winning more cash at the online poker tables, practice a few until you see a positive result in your bankroll.


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