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Welcome to Online Poker Games

 
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What Is Online Poker Games

First, let's go over what it's not.
Online poker games is not "video poker" the game you see in casinos that looks like a slot machine.

Online poker games is not something that you play by yourself. Although you may be sitting at home all alone, you're connected to a game server via the internet. Every online poker game has at least two real people, while most have eight to ten. The larger tournaments have several thousand people all playing at once (at different tables, of course).

 
  Getting Started

The first decision you need to make is which site to try first. You can have accounts at more than one site if you want, but you might as well start off at one of the better sites. There are a number of factors you want to consider. Depending on which things are important to you personally, one site or another may be the best choice for you. The next section covers the important factors to keep in mind.
 
 

Basic Of Online Poker Games

Even if you've played poker games for years, getting started playing online poker games means learning a new set of basic skills. You need to be able to find a game, sit down, buy chips and then, finally, see your cards and bet, raise or fold. And in the online world there are few unique issues to consider, like what to do when you lose your internet connection in the middle of a hand, and special rules of online etiquette. The section is a step-by-step guide to the basic mechanics of using the poker client software to play poker online. We'll use a play money ring game as an example.

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Basic Poker Strategy

* Betting rules
* Poker hand rankings
* Texas holdem rules
* Poker strategy – a crash course in the basics

 
  Texas Hold'em

# Royal Flush - 10 thru Ace straight, all same suit
# Straight Flush - A straight with lower cards than Royal, all same suit
# Four of a Kind - Four cards of the same rank (plus any fifth card), such as
# Full House - Three cards of one value and two of another
# Flush - Five cards of the same suit, not in numerical sequence
# Straight - Five cards in sequence, multiple suits
# Three of a Kind - three cards of the same rank, plus two other unmatched cards.
# Two Pair - two cards of the same rank, plus two other cards of a different rank, plus one unmatched card
# One Pair - two cards of the same rank, plus three other unmatched cards
# High Card - Five cards which do not form any regular combination. The highest card determines the value of the hand. The card order is from high to low.
 
  Tournaments

The world of poker tournaments looks pretty complicated at first. But we simplify matters by looking at tournaments from a handful of different angles:

* Single-table vs. multi-table.
* Sit-and-go vs. scheduled.
* Play money vs. freeroll vs. real money.
* Satellite vs. regular.
* Rebuy vs. freezeout.

For players who are just getting started with tournaments, we recommend trying out a play-money, single-table, sit-and-go no-limit holdem event.

All poker tournaments have one thing in common. After play begins, you can't stand up and cash out your chips. You must continue to play until you have lost all your chips or you have won everybody else's chips. Beyond this basic rule, there are a lot of variations. Below we cover the most important ones.

In this website we'll learn the basics of online poker games, how to play some of the more popular forms of poker games, examine the strategies that can lead to poker success, and take a look at the shady ways of poker cheaters.

 
 
 
   
 
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