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The best starting hands should be raised and played aggressively. AA, KK, QQ, AK, JJ, AQ, these hands are more likely to be the best before the flop. By raising and eliminating other players early can reduce the risk of losing the match. This will keep your hands, most of the time against 2 or 3 opponents. It is therefore important to reduce the number of opponents you face early betting big. Other factors in deciding how to set your location. When you’re first to act, then you should be all, but folds his hands. If you are near last position you are seeing the advantage of what your opponents bet and you can take your decision, how do you feel make you strong, that relate to the actions of that country.

The best hands are so important, and the new “rookie” players lose more often by playing too many hands. Its difficult to bend much, but if you do, you will see how it can be profitable. Watch poker players on TV. These players beat hundreds of enemies to reach the final table, and do it again and again. They are great players and most of them play good hands or are in a much higher level than they are experts and play the opponent and no hands. Therefore treated as a new player does not play hands should not be, because he is seen working in television. Read to your opponents and not your card is what the great masters of poker. But it takes much longer to master these skills, and needs of the blocks to go there.

The hands begin to look good, but the capture and cost you money if you do not improve or if they are dominated. Hands like AJ, KQ, KJ, QJ, K10, Q10 and J10. These hands should not be played after a raise and did not play in early position. You want to have your money in the pot when you have the best hand, playing these hands you will lose money in the long term.

Meduim pairs are great to start, but if, after the failure has not been fired, the folds are. A single pair will rarely win a game in multi-enemy.

Suited connectors are a good starting hand. If there is a bet and a call before turning. Is best played in late position.

Ten Starting Hands

First AA (Pocket Aces)

Second K-K (Pocket Kings)

Third Q-Q (Queens)

Room A-K (Ace King)

Five J-J (valet)

Sixth 10.10 (tens)

Seventh 9.9 (nine)

Eight 8-8 (eighth)

Ninth AQ (Ace Queen)

10th 7.7 (Sevens)

Raise your hands

Top-flop raise with hands

AA (Pocket Aces)

K-K (Pocket Kings)

Q-Q (Queens)

A-K (Ace King)

J-J (valet)

10.10 (tens)

AQ (Ace Queen)

Hands like to see a flop

A J-(Ace Jack)

K-Q (the king of the Queen)

J-Q (Queen Jack)

J-10 (Jack Ten)

9.9 (nine)

8-8 (eighth)

7.7 (Sevens)

A-10 (Ace Ten)

9:10 Color it (Nineteen same suit)