3 Advanced Poker Strategy Mistakes
I’m going to reveal 3 advanced poker strategy mistakes many players accidentally make. Do you do any of these? Because they are poison to your game.
Advanced Poker Strategy Mistake #1 – Calling Too Much
Calling is the biggest tell-tale sign that you haven’t hit or aren’t comfortable with what’s currently happening (the bets, the cards, etc.) When you call too much you give away your position.
Bad players call too often and it’s very obvious when they have a good hand because they will bet aggressively on those hands. Good players are constantly betting and playing aggressive so it’s not as clear how they are really doing.
Advanced Poker Strategy Mistake #2 – Playing Marginal Hands Incorrectly
Marginal hands are that hands they aren’t too good yet, or isn’t really that bad they could still be useful. These hands essentially mean they have potential to win, or they have less risk then other hands. They are the dangerous hands because no one really knows how they are going to play them.
The biggest mistake you can make is to play marginal hands at the wrong time. Playing this type of hand out of position is dangerous. And checking/limping in is double dangerous. This is what beginners do.
Advanced poker playerswill play marginal hands but when the time is right – when they are in position – they will bet aggressively, or in position, to take control of the game. They are looking to win big pots.
Advanced playerswill Honestly call you with decent cards provided they feel they have a marginal hand themselves. They aren’t looking to take any risks, they are simply looking to win. Like I said, they are playing based on probability.
Advanced Poker Strategy Mistake #3 – Bluffing Too Much
Bluffing, although it sometimes can be a good tactic, isn’t really all it’s cracked up to be. Players use it to cover their hands, or help their players trick other players.
Beginners bluff for the sake of bluffing. They bluff because they can. They do not understand the process of betting, or feeling out whom to bet on, because they have not experienced enough.
Advanced dewagg players will practically never bluff in the correct situations. They are too smart to risk their chips on any hand they are not 100% sure they can win. Advanced players will only bluff when they know they can win.
Beginners bluff because they don’t understand the point of betting. They don’t realise that if they take the fewest possible bets and when the most possible bets are taken, they will win the most amount of money.
Bluffing is not the hardest skill in poker. It’s harder to be able to do it correctly no matter what type of poker you are playing. If you aren’t yet making the money you would like from poker, slight improve your poker strategy today.