Practice Poker. A friend once told me “poker isn’t poker unless it hurts”. He was talking about playing real poker for play money. It’s a funny line, but I no longer agree with his statement. You can play real poker for fake money – and I think doing so adds an important tool into your arsenal as you try to improve your game.
If you want to get into poker, you want to be comfortable with handling playing cards. Practice fanning the cards in your hand, shuffling, and get to where you can shuffle and do the bridge relatively easily. Go to YouTube and search “how to shuffle and do the bridge.”
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At The Poker Practice, the ante is $250. One player begins as the dealer. Each player is dealt two private pocket cards. The player to the dealer's left begins the game by posting a small blind. The next player then posts a big blind. Blinds are forced bets;their amounts differ from game to game. At The Poker Practice, the small blind is $500;the big blind is $1000.
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HOW TO PRACTICE USING AN APPLICATION. A video poker program / application will automate much of the practice routine. One thing it will not do, unfortunately, is memorize the strategy chart for you. Just as with manual practice, the first thing that you need to do is memorize the strategy.
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