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  • Moving from $.50/1 to $1/2
  • Posted by elipsesjeff on Apr 17, 2017
  • The play here isn’t too much different. After playing 10,000-15,000 hands of .5/1, you should be more than bankrolled to play at the $1/2 limit. document.write(BwinPokerA);document.write(BwinPokerB); players are a mixture of loose/tight players but they all play very passively and are the easiest $1/2 tables to beat that I have…
  • Planning Your Moves in Limit Hold’em
  • Posted by Carl Sampson on Apr 15, 2017
  • In Limit Hold'em, you'll be seeing more showdowns than you would in No Limit poker. This means that you should carefully consider your ranges preflop by judging your hand's showdown value when deciding whether or not to fold, cold-call, open-raise, or three-bet.
  • chardrian’s Guide to Live Small Stakes Limit Poker (Part 10)
  • Posted by chardrian on Apr 15, 2017
  • When playing live Limit Texas Hold'em, you'll need to know how many outs you have when drawing. Sometimes, this is easy, but if your outs are not to the nuts, you'll need to learn how to estimate and discount them. Don't forget to include your backdoor draws.
  • Bluffing on the flop in low-stakes limit
  • Posted by Carl Sampson on Apr 14, 2017
  • One of the hallmarks of a good solid reg is the ability to be precise with bluffing at all stages of the hand. In heads up and three way situations precise bluffing can significantly add to a player’s bottom line. You need to be on the lookout for opportunities that…
  • Limit Holdem Goals
  • Posted by elipsesjeff on Apr 14, 2017
  • Making goals in Limit Holdem is very important in order to progress your game. Your goal for these microlimit Holdem poker games shouldn’t be to get rich quick, because it WON’T happen. You are here to learn the game and deal with the bad beats and variance that comes along…
  • Chardrian’s Guide to Small Stakes Live Limit Poker (Part 9)
  • Posted by chardrian on Apr 13, 2017
  • In live, low-stakes Limit Hold'em games, you'll want to pay careful attention to the size of the pot. Postflop, you'll need to know what pot odds you're facing whenever you're considering making a call. Be sure to know how much equity you need to call a given bet size.
  • Moving Up in Low Stakes from $.05/.10 to $.25/.50
  • Posted by elipsesjeff on Apr 10, 2017
  • Ideally, this is where you should start playing. The levels before this are pretty useless other than the experience you get by playing the hands. This is where you really need to work on your strategies and learn to play poker more aggressively. You have the general starting hands down,…
  • Chardrian’s Guide to Live Small Stakes Limit Poker (Part 3)
  • Posted by chardrian on Apr 9, 2017
  • COMMON CHARACTERISTICS OF A SMALL STAKES GAME The most common characteristics of a small stakes game are that the players will be loose and passive. Most of the players will believe that luck is a more important factor in the game then skill; and most of the players will be…
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