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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/514999-Poker-Rules-Poker-Tutorials Hey, I'm Nicky Numbers, Professional Poker Player, and today, I'm going to talk to you about the rules of poker. Hold em is a game where each player starts with two down cards. However, before they even deal, there are two players that are forced to put out bets, known as the blinds. There is typically a small blind, and a big blind, and these are forced bets that players have to put out, before the hand is even dealt. Each hand, the blinds move from player to player, around the table, so that it's fair. After the blinds are posted, which means the blinds have been put up, and actually are out in front of the players, the hand begins. The dealer gives each player two cards, one at a time. So, the cards are dealt, and each player is given two down cards. They then have to choose whether to stay in the hand, or fold. A round of betting then takes place starting immediately after the big blind, which is known as under the gun, because they're forced to act first. Players choose to either stay in the hand by calling the big blind, meaning they put in the same amount of chips, or increasing the size of the wage of this round, often based on their hole cards, by raising. Alternatively, and most commonly, players decide not to participate in the hand, put in no further chips into the pot, and fold their cards. Once all the players have acted, three cards are dealt, known as the flop. These are community cards that any player in the hand can use. After the three community cards, known as the flop, appear, another round of betting takes place, except this time, there's no forced bets, like there are pre-flop, with the blinds. Players have two options, they can check, or they can bet. Checking is when you choose to let the other players act before you, typically indicated by saying, "I check," or tapping the table. If all the players in the hand check, then the next card comes, which nobody put money to see. The next card, is known as the turn. If instead of checking, one of the players had bet, then they would force the other players in the hand to commit more chips in order to continue, otherwise, those players would have to fold, and the player who made the bet would be awarded the pot. Otherwise, if one or more players call the bet, the hand will continue to the turn. The turn is another additional community card, that unlike the flop, comes off as one card, instead of three. However, like the flop, a betting round takes place in the same way. If all the players in the hand check on the turn, or there's a bet, and it's called, the final community card comes, known as the river. The river is another single community card after which a round of betting takes place, just like it did on the flop, and the turn. The only difference is, that after this round of betting, if two or more players are still in the hand, then a showdown occurs, where all the players still in the hand, after the river, show their cards, and the dealer awards the pot to the best five card hand. So, there you go, the down and dirty rules to poker. Like Mike Sexton says, Poker Hall of Famer, and Ambassador for the World Poker Tour, "It takes a minute to learn, and a lifetime to master."
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515002-Best-Starting-Hands-Poker-Tutorials Hey, I'm Nicky Numbers, a Professional Poker Player, whose going to talk to you today, about the best starting hands in poker. Now, when most people are talking about poker, they mean No Limit Hold Em. The best starting hands in that game are, big cards, and big pairs. So, hands like Ace, King. Especially Ace, King, suited are incredibly valuable. This is a true, premium hand. Another example would be pocket Queens. Any pocket pair of Tens, or higher, is going to be a premium one. Hands like Ace, Queen, are also incredibly valuable, because they flop top pair regularly. Ace, King, for example, flops top pair, 30 percent of the time. Big pocket pairs have tremendous value because often they're an over pair to the board, and when they're not an over pair to the board, sometimes they flop sets, which are really strong hands. A set is when you have a pocket pair, and then a third card that matches these two, comes on the board, so, you have three of a kind. Now, these are traditionally thought of as the categories of hands that are premium holdings. Pocket Tens are better, Ace, King, Ace, Queen. You only get dealt one of these hands, 4.7 percent of the time. That's about once, every other round, if there's ten people at your table. So, these are infrequent occurrences. If this is all you play, you're going to end up playing way too tight. There are other hands that also play well in No Limit Hold Em, and have tremendous value. And the deeper stacked you get, meaning the more big blinds you have, the better these other hands will play. Hands like pocket Deuces. A pocket pair is going to flop two pair, or better, about 12 percent of the time. It's an incredibly powerful hand, and the most likely hand of any, to flop a monster, pocket pairs. Another valuable hand is suited connectors, cards that are directly connected to each other, and are of the same suit. So, they're sequential, like, Six, Seven. Another example, would be a suited one gapper, like Seven, Five, or, a suited two gapper, like Seven, Four. Cards that have no gaps, and are directly connected, have one gap, or two gaps, and are suited, have tremendous play ability in No Limit Hold Em. For example, a true suited connector, like, Four, Five suited through Jack, Ten suited, is going to hit the flop to make a big hand, or a draw of Eight outs or more, about a quarter of the time. On the surface, it looks like you only have Seven high, but these cards work tremendously well together, and create a synergy that results in the hands having a lot of value in their ability to continue passed the flop. Another example, is a suited Ace, like Ace, Six, or Ace, Deuce. These cards work in a very similar way to suited connectors, suited one gappers, and suited two gappers. Basically, you want to play hands that are able to continue pass the flop, regularly. And when I say continue pass the flop, regularly, I mean continue pass the flop in a comfortable way. Imagine having a hand on the flop, and your opponent makes a bet, and you're comfortable continuing to call, or raise. Imagine being on the flop, and making a bet, and your opponent raises you. And you're able to comfortably continue by calling that raise, or, even re-raising them back. That's what you're looking for when you're picking hands, pre-flop. Hands that interact with the flop in multiple ways, and are often able to continue passed the flop, and regularly go to show down.
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515022-Poker-Chip-Tricks-Poker-Tutorials Hey, I'm Nicky Numbers, Professional Poker Player, and today I'm going to show you some really cool chip tricks. We're going to start with the chip roll. What you want to do, is get some small amount of chips, like five or six, is usually good. And you want to start them in one hand, and then what we're going to do, we're going to start with one hand and roll them to the other hand, and then be able to easily pick them up. So, the way you do this trick, is you start with your chips in your right hand, or your left hand, depending on which hand's dominant. So, your right hand, you start with your chips in your right hand, and you want to hold them between your thumb, and your index finger. And then, what you're going to do, is you're going to slowly release your thumb from the end, so that one chip falls off. And then, another. And then, another. And then, another. And then, another. And then, the last one. And the key is the angle of your hand. All you're really doing, is releasing the chips. So, I'm just holding them tight and snuggly here, and then, slip, lifting my thumb the slightest amount, so that it rolls to the other hand. The part you're going to have to experiment with, is the position of your hand, because if you do it too straight, they don't go far enough. If you do it too low, they could go really far. So, you want to have, like, a nice forty-five degree angle in your hand, ideally, and that's going to make the perfect roll. So, try to get, like, a forty-five degree angle, and then just release from the thumb up. And just practice hitting your other hand. Once, you can do that, you will be able to roll them all, from hand to the other. So, another cool trick I'm going to show you is, what I call, a chip slinky. Remember a slinky where it goes from one step, down to the next, down to the next? Well, that's kind of how this trick works. You go from one finger, to the next, and over, and back up. I always wished my slinky could go back up the stairs, but it never could. So, the way you do this trick, is you start in between your thumb and your index finger, so that when the chip goes over, it hits the top of your finger, in between your knuckles. In between this knuckle, and that knuckle. So, you can see how it works, by just balancing a chip there, and seeing how you can kind of get it with the other finger. So, you just start with your thumb and your index finger, and then you, kind of, let go, and the chip falls. If your finger is away from the other finger, then when you touch it, you'll be able to create just enough friction to flick the chip over. And then again. And then again. Now, the last one is tough because most people don't have a whole lot of pinky strength, but you're just squeezing the two, so you don't need much. Then your thumb comes from underneath and does all the work. So, it goes like that. Another chip trick I want to show you, is called the up and over. You start with three poker chips, and you put them in your hand, and then you flick it. One to the next, to the next, to the next, to the next. The key to this trick is to use four fingers well. You want to use your ring finger, your middle finger, your index finger, and your thumb. However, your thumb cannot be responsible for holding the chips, at all. So, all I'm doing with the thumb is lifting. I'm just lifting. It's staying planted on my index finger. That's the anchor. So, my middle finger is not moving at all, and my thumb is using pressure against the index finger, to lift it up gently. Once you're able to lift it up a little bit, it can just, kind of, fall back. I'm not really doing a whole lot of work to guide it back, once it's up and over. I'm just putting the slightest amount of pressure from my thumb, to my index finger, and then pulling it back. So, that's how you do some cool poker tricks. And, what it will do, is it will show players at the table that you're playing with, that you have some experience. Actually, before the first time I ever played live poker, I had only been an online player and I learned some chip tricks, and how to move my stack and bet, before I ever played live poker. It made me so much more comfortable, and it gave my opponents the feel that I'd played a lot of live poker, in the past.
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515027-How-to-Bluff-Poker-Tutorials Hi. I'm professional poker player, Nicky Numbers, and I'm going to explain how to bluff. Before you can learn how to bluff you have to first know what a bluff is. A stone cold bluff is a bluff that's made with no hand and no draw, meaning your hand has no equity into itself. Your hand is not going to win if you continue and you don't have a draw as backup. That's a stone cold bluff. Stone cold bluffing should primarily be reserved for poker tournaments, where you have to make moves regularly in order to win. In cash games outside of continuation betting and firing second bullets, stone cold bluffs can primarily be avoided. However, all forms of bluffs, including semi bluffs, which are aggressive actions that are taken with a draw like a straight draw or a flush draw as a backup in case your aggressive action fails you may hit your draw and improve to a strong-made hand, are going to be most effective under the same types of criteria. The single biggest factor is how many opponents you're up against. You can regularly make a single opponent fold. You can sometimes make two opponents fold. But it's very, very difficult to make three or more opponents fold without the play of a hand. So, when you're bluffing, you really want to focus on situations where you're against a single player. There are a few very important Do Not's with regards to bluffing. You do not want to bluff in big, multi way pots. The more opponents you're up against, the less likely an aggressive action is to succeed. You also want to avoid bluffing in situations where your opponent has taken multiple aggressive actions post-flop. They bet on the flop, and the turn, and the river. Or, they've raised on the flop and bet on the turn. The more aggressive actions your opponents have taken on the flop, turn and river, the greater the likelihood that they're not going to fold. And as is true at any point in no limit Hold'Em, it's critical to know how many chips you have in your stack and how many chips you're opponents have in theirs so that you can take into account when you're choosing to bet or raise.
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515020-How-to-Shuffle-Poker-Chips-Poker-Tutorials Hey, I'm Nicky Numbers, a Professional Poker Player, and now, I'm going to show you how to shuffle chips. You may have seen poker on t.v., and you may have seen pros at the table doing something like this, shuffling their chips while they're making a decision, or, while they're not in a hand. It's something that's very common at the poker table, something akin to shaking your leg. People do it nervously. People do it habitually. People just do it because it's fun to shuffle chips. The way you want to start is with just six chips at time. Three, and three. Don't worry about all the other chips, til later. So, you get three and three. Now, what you need to do, is align your fingers. So, you want to make sure that each side of the chip is covered. So, I'm going to put a pinky on the back, a ring finger on the front, and then I'm going to put a thumb and an index finger. And I'm going to use my middle finger, to slowly lift the chips, while I guide them together. And there, if you look close, you can see that the chips just slide together. At first, your hand's going to feel a little uncomfortable, because these may be muscles you haven't ever used before in this way. Then, once you get that down, and you're able to riffle back and forth, a couple times, you just start adding chips. You want to add chips in increments of two. So, now instead of three chips, I have four, and the technique is always the same. And as you practice, you add more and more chips. If you're not going to do at least three chips, though, don't even bother. You often see people at the table doing something like this. That's not shuffling chips. Shuffling chips is this. So, gradually add more, and before you know it, you'll be at a full stack of twenty chips, ten and ten, and you'll be able to riffle them like a pro. And, once you're able to shuffle chips, doing it with different colors, it looks even fancier. You can see, shuffling two chips together, results in them alternating perfectly. So, when you riffle fast, it creates more of an optical illusion, and it's much more interesting to look at. And that's how you shuffle chips.
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515019-How-to-Count-Poker-Chips-Poker-Tutorials Hey, I'm Nicky Numbers, professional poker player and today I'm going to show you how to count your chips and more importantly how not to count your chips. So let's say you've just won a nice pile of chips here. The first thing you want to do is sort your chips by color. Start with the biggest chips first, because those are the most valuable and the one that you would suffer from losing the most. So we're going to say black chips are the highest, followed by green, followed by red, followed by white. So I'm starting with the biggest chips to protect them. Now every once in a while as you're stacking them you're going to see a dirty stack here. A dirty stack is when a chip is mixed in. After you're done stacking your chips you always want to look them up and down and make sure you don't have any mixed in, because it can result in you betting or calling or raising the wrong amount. So once you have your chips all sorted and stacked, what you want to do is break them off into stacks of five. So I take five chips, and then start sizing them up next to each other. I want to see how many stacks of five I can get. Whenever you get to four stacks of five, that's a stack of 20, and that's one full stack. Then what you want to do is size the other chips against it. So I can see that I have one full stack of black, one full stack of green, but I don't know how many white I have, I don't know how many red I have, and I don't know how many extra I have. So I'm going to take these green and cut them into stacks of ten. So now I have a stack of ten green, and I can either put that on top or on the side. Then I have one extra green which I'm going to keep in excess. Some people, they don't keep stacks of five or ten. They just put them all as excess here. I like to keep stacks of ten because it makes me always know how many chips I have in front of me. Now I can see I have a stack of ten white, and I do not have enough red, so I'll throw those on top and do something like this. Now what you don't want to do when you're stacking chips is start counting them one by one. And you often see people do this. And then even when they have all their chips stacked and counted and neatly arranged, you see them do things like flip through them, like they're wondering how many black chips they have and they're like... That takes forever, and it makes you look like you have no idea what you're doing at the poker table, so it makes you a target. Learning to stack your chips in fives, and then sizing up against it is the best technique. Another thing you don't want to do at the table is combine two stacks and mix them. So you do not want to have a stack of some green and some black. This is often called barber poleing or peacocking, and in many situations like tournaments it's absolutely not allowed. It's also very frowned-upon, even in cash games or any other setting where it might not be heavily regulated, because you're deliberately trying to keep your opponent from knowing how many chips you have. The other thing you want to do is make sure any large denomination chips you have can be clearly seen by everybody at the table. If you get enough chips and you get five stacks of 20, then you'll have a full rack. An entire rack is a hundred chips, and if you have a rack of that denomination, when you're playing poker they have plastic racks in poker rooms where you can just fill all your chips in there. So based on how many chips you have you can know how many racks you'll need, and you'll also know what someone's talking about when they say, "oh, I won a rack". Follow these techniques and you'll learn to not give yourself away as an amateur at the table, because if you stack your chips poorly everybody is going to know that you're new at the game.
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515023-How-to-Calculate-Outs-Poker-Tutorials Hey, I'm professional poker player Nicky Numbers, and today I'm going to talk to you about outs. An out is a term in poker that's used to describe a card that you can hit that will improve your hand. Let's dig right into it and look at some examples. Let's say you're on a flop: deuce, three, king with two hearts. Depending on the hand you have, that will drastically affect how many outs you have. Let's say we have five, six of diamonds. So we do not have a flush draw. However, if we hit a four, then we will make a straight: deuce, three, four, five, six. How many fours are there in the deck? Well, there are 4 fours in the deck, which means that we have four outs. There are 4 cards that can come that will improve our hand to one that we're going to comfortably take to showdown. In this case a straight is a very strong hand. If we had four, five instead of five, six, then we would have what is known as an open-ended straight draw, which means we could hit one of 4 cards on the top of the straight and one of 4 cards on the bottom of the straight. In this case we have a draw of deuce, three, four, five, which means we can hit any one of the 4 sixes or any one of the 4 aces in the deck to make a straight. That contrasts drastically to the six, five which was just a gutshot straight draw and only had 4 outs. An open-ended straight draw has twice as many outs as a gutshot straight draw. With ace, seven of hearts, we have a flush draw. There are 13 cards of any suit in the deck. Two of them are on the board, and 2 of them are in your hand. That means there's only 9 hearts left in the deck, which is to say that there are 9 cards that can come that will give you a flush. In other words, you have 9 outs. With king, ten of hearts, it's a very interesting hand because not only do you have hearts for a flush draw, but you also have a pair with king. A pair and a flush draw is a powerful combination draw. We have 9 hearts in the deck that can make us a flush. However, we also have 2 kings in the deck that can make us three of a kind as well as 3 tens in the deck which could make us 2 pair. So 9 hearts, plus 3 tens, plus 2 kings gives us 14 outs. Anytime you have 12 outs or more to make a strong hand, that's an enormous amount of outs, and you should think of yourself as having a really strong holding. You should rarely fold on the flop if you flop 12 outs or more. Eight or 9 outs is a very solid draw, and that's typically what people mean when they're referring to a draw. However, the more outs you have, the more likely you are to win the hand. The more likely you are to win the hand, the less likely you should be to fold. The last example here is four, five. Four, five of hearts has an open-ended straight draw as well as a flush draw. So there's 9 outs to make a flush as well as 8 outs to make a straight. However, 2 of those outs that make a straight, the ace of hearts and the six of hearts, also make a flush, which means that those outs can't be double counted. So instead of having 9 outs and 8 outs, we actually have 9 outs and 6 outs for a total of 15 outs. When you flop a straight draw and a flush draw with 15 outs, that's a monster hand. In fact, when I go to bed at night and I dream about no-limit holdem, these are the kinds of flops that I see.
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515024-How-to-Calculate-Pot-Odds-Poker-Tutorials Hey, I'm professional poker player Nicky Numbers, and I'm going to talk to you about pot odds today. First of all, it's really important to know what pot odds even are before we can talk about them. Pot odds are a term that is used in poker to reflect the ratio of the size of the pot to the size of someone's wager. The wager that they make could be a bet, it could be a raise, it could be a re-raise. What we're comparing is the call amount to you to the total amount in the pot. So let's say we'er in the middle of a hand and this is the pot. Black chips are 100 and the green chips are 25. So we see there is 400 in black, another 100 in green, and another 100 in green. So there is 600 in this pot right now. If my opponent was to make a wager of 300 chips into this 600-chip pot, any amount that they put out is now part of the pot. So instead of the pot just having 600 in it, it is 600 plus my opponent's bet of 300 for a total of 900. The amount for me to call is 300. In order to figure out our pot odds, what we're doing is we're taking the call amount to use and seeing how many times that amount can go into the pot. In other words, how many times can 300 go into 900. Well 3 goes into 9 three times, which means that our pot odds are 3:1. The call amount is always the one in the ratio. 3:1 means that we're literally getting 3:1 pot odds, or 3:1 odds on our call. If instead of betting 300 our opponent bet 600, they would have made a pot-size bet. Now their wager plus what was previously in the pot becomes the total pot. So instead of there being 600, there's 1200 in the pot. The call amount to us is 600. So how many 600s are there in 1200? Two. Remember, the call amount is always the one when you're talking about pot odds. So it's 1200:600, or 2:1. There's a very quick short cut I'm going to show you that immediately know your pot odds. If you know how much is in the pot, and you know what percentage of the pot your opponent bet, then you can easily know your pot odds. If my opponent makes a pot-sized bet, I'm getting 2:1. If they make a half pot-sized bet, I'm getting 3:1. If they make a quarter pot-sized bet, I'm getting 5:1. If they make a double pot-sized bet, I'm getting 1.5:1; however, you don't even need to worry about any of that because most of the time your opponents are going to bet somewhere between half the pot and the full pot. Half the pot is 2:1, full pot is 3:1. Anything in between is going to be somewhere between 2:1 and 3:1. In the case of a three-quarters pot-sized bet, that would be the exact midpoint, and that would be 2.5:1. So there are some quick ways to calculate your pot odds.
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Gamble at Casinos videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/511511-Basic-Poker-Strategy-Gambling-Tips Want to learn how to play poker? In this video, a gambling expert explains the basic strategy of playing Texas Hold 'em. It's up to you to work on your poker face. Hey, guys. I just want to go into a quick Texas Hold 'em poker strategy. This is very rough and basic, just enough to get you by if it's your first time playing. Right now, we've hit the button set and blinds are already in place. And we'll deal everything face-up just so everybody could see what's going on here. So, a hand like this. Generally, the hands wouldn't be shown here. But this guy with no knowledge of anything that's going on. Right now, with four people at the table, he may feel that he's got a pretty good hand right now. He may opt to raise or he may want to just call and see if he can improve this by getting another 5. But I'll just place a bet right here and say he calls. A hand like this generally, any hand with, that's like 2-6 or 2-7 or 3-8, or anything with just a bunch of low numbers. They're generally considered really bad hands to play. So we'll say this guy is going to fold. If you were to treat your poker hand like a blackjack hand like Aces are 1 or 11 or face cards are 10. Basically, if something adds up to 19, then it's a good hand to play. Anything less than that, you probably want to stay away from. Anyway, with a pair of Aces, he's got a monster hand, so he's going to want to raise. So, we'll have him raise 10 here, because, I don't know whatever stakes you're going to play that this same rule will apply. And then, the player here with the Jack-10, they're both of diamonds, they're both connected. He's got a good possibility of getting maybe a straight or a flush by the river. So, let's say he's going to come along. And the guy with the 5 thinks he's going to get lucky, so he's going to come along as well. This is all going to come here in the pot. One card gets burned. And now, the guy with the Aces. He's what's called an overpair. The board has got a 4, Jack and a 3. The Jack is the highest card here. He's got an overpair to the board, so even if somebody like this guy, who's got a Jack. He's going to think he's good at this point, so if he sits and bets, say 20, then the guy with the Jacks is probably going to want to come along with this. Now, the guy with the lower pair, with the smaller pair. He came in with the intention of getting a set. A set is three of a kind with two in your hand and one on the board. So since he didn't get that, he'd probably want to fold this here. So now, this money goes into the pot, the other card gets burned, here it comes up. It's a King. So now, this guy might want to bet again. Say he wants to bet 40, because he still an overpair to the board. The guy with the Jacks, right now. If somebody else had a King, he may have him beat. He's going to think really hard about it. He says "Okay, well whatever. I came here to gamble." So he ends up calling. Another card gets burned, river comes up the King. All right, so now, with the Aces, the only thing he would be worried about is if he had a couple of Jacks or if he had a King in his hand. So say he's afraid of the King, he decides to check. And then this guy decides to check, as well. So what ends up happening, the cards get flipped over and then, this is the best hand which beats his Kings and Jacks. So Kings with the Aces would take the hand. Generally, if you have a really good hand, it's a good idea to bet. Like a lot of times, new players will try to get really fancy and act like that you don't have anything. And then, just spring traps on people. But if you're new to the game, basically just bet out your cards. If the cards start going your way, then you will win. That's a very basic strategy for Texas hold 'em.
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515003-How-to-Evaluate-Your-Starting-Hand-Poker-Tutorials Hey, I'm Nicky Numbers, I'm a professional poker player, and today I'm going to help you evaluate your starting hand. So you sit down at the table, you get dealt two cards, you peer at them, now what? Now you have a decision to make. So let's look at a few examples. We're going to start off with a hand like King/nine. This is a hand that is commonly played by a lot of amateur players because they see two fairly big cards, especially with a King present. This hand is actually a terrible hand. Unless you're moving all in with it pre-flop for a small number of big blinds like less than ten, it really doesn't have a lot of playability. It rarely hits the flop. When it does hit the flop, it flops a one-pair hand and the one-pair hand that it flops always have a fairly bad kicker, or it's a low pair as in the case of King/nine when it hits a nine. And when it hits a King, nine is a terrible kicker. So it's just problematic. It doesn't flop straight draws, it doesn't flop flush draws, it doesn't flop draws with eight outs or more. That drastically reduces its playability. Let's look at another hand. Deuce/eight off-suit. This hand is certainly in the same category. Deuce/eight off-suit is in the same category of King/nine, because the category is "starting hands that do not contain an Ace, but have one gap or more". So like deuce/four off-suit, King/nine off-suit, ten/deuce off-suit, eight/deuce. These are all hands that do not work together in multiple ways. It's almost like playing one card poker. Why only have one hole card working for you when you can have both? Take a hand like Ace/Queen. This is a very strong hand because it regularly flops top pair. The larger each of your cards the greater the chance of flopping top pair. Ace/King for example flops top pair about 30 percent of the time. Pocket Queens is certainly a great hand. Pocket Queens is in the big-pair category, which I would classify as pocket tens or greater, so tens, Jacks, Queens, Kings, or Aces. These hands all have a lot of inherent value just because they're dealt so rarely and they're such a large pair. Seven/six suited is a great example of a suited connector. Suited connectors, suited one-gappers like seven/five, and suited two-gappers like seven/four all have a lot of post-flop playability because they flop straight draws. They flop flush draws, as well as sometimes flopping strong made hands. In fact, a true suited connector like six/seven where it's directly connected and there's three cards to a straight that you can hit to a straight on top and three cards to a straight that you can hit on the bottom, we call that "maximum range". So four/five suited to Jack/ten suited are suited connectors with maximum range. Those hands hit the flop to make two pair or better or draws of eight outs or more over a quarter of the time. And no matter what, remember that cards that are off-suit and contain multiple gaps without an Ace are trash hands. You want to avoid playing them unless you're just making a pure move, meaning you're bluffing at the pot pre-flop or you're planning on bluffing it post-flop, because that's the only way these hands have value.
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515015-Poker-Etiquette-Poker-Tutorials Hey, I'm professional poker player Nicky Numbers and I'm going to talk to you today about poker etiquette, most importantly, what not to do at the table. The first thing I'm going to talk about is how you bet, how you call, and how you raise. Let's say you have some chips in front of you; so you're at the table playing, you've got your nice stacks and you want to make a bet or you want to make a call or you want to make a raise, well how you put your chips into the pot is incredible important. What you don't want to do is this, where the chips that you put out have now gone right into the middle of the pot. This is called splashing the pot and it's terribly bad poker etiquette. The reason it's such awful etiquette is because it completely confuses the game. I don't know how many chips you put out, if you were making a bet or a raise, we don't know how much it was, if you were making a call it's difficult to confirm that you called the correct amount. You're going to often force the dealer to have to recreate the entire hand just to see how many chips should be in the pot and how many chips are in the pot in order to figure out what chips went into the pot and which chips are suppose to be part of a bet, raise, or call. Rather than splash the pot, what you want to do is put your chips out in front of you where they can't hit any other player's chips or the pot itself. So, for example, if I was going to bet that same amount I could just put them in front of me like that or I could neatly stack them in front of me like this. Either way is fine, the key is that you don't want your chips to encounter any other obstacles at the table involving other chips. The next thing I'm going to talk to you about has to do with showing the winning hand. Let's say I'm dealt two cards, we've had some betting go on, and now I'm all in. You call me and I wait, I don't show my hand right away, except that I have two Aces. I know for a fact that I have the best possible hand pre-flop, I know I have the winner, yet I paused and made you sweat. I made you sweat and potentially think that your hand might be good. I deliberately allowed you to believe that you were more likely to have a winning hand or the best hand at the moment than you actually were. That's called a slow roll and it doesn't only happen when I'm the person that bets or raise. When you call a bet or raise, especially on the river, if you know that it's very likely that you have the winning hand just table it. If you or your opponent is all in and you know that you are likely to have the winning hand just table it. The only time you should wait for your opponent to show their cards first or to make them wait and sweat is when you're genuinely unsure whether or not you have the winning hand. Splashing the pot, slow rolling your opponents or reacting to or discussing a hand while it's still going on are three great examples of poor poker etiquette.
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http://www.durangotv.com/?p=1485 Welcome to the Sky Ute Casino Gaming Guide where we take an inside look at the most popular casino games. On this episode of the gaming guide we show you how to play the game of three card poker. If you're new to poker, three card poker is an easy to learn and simplified variant of the game of poker. Watch the video learn the basics, and stay tuned for the next episode on Texas Hold'em Poker.
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/514998-How-to-Make-and-Keep-a-Poker-Face-Poker-Tutorials Hey, I'm Nicky Numbers, Professional Poker Player, and now I'm going to help you learn how to make and keep a good poker face. Now, a poker face is kind of a general term for stoic behavior at the table giving your opponents the minimal amount of behavioral information possible. The idea is that your behaviors may give away something about your holdings. In poker we call that a "tell". Well, you want to keep your opponents from potentially getting tells off you. And the way you accomplish that is by minimizing the amount of behavioral information you're giving off. The best way to do that is to have a routine. So you're dealt two cards. Cards come to you. Your pre-flop routine involves when you look at your cards. Do you look at them right away? Or do you wait until your turn? First you have to decide that. Then, how do you protect your cards? Do you hold them the entire hand? Or do you cap them? If you cap them, do you use chip or do you use a card capper? If you use a chip, do you just use one chip or do you use more than one? No matter what you're doing, you want to be consistent. So for example. A good pre-flop routine might be hold my cards next to my chest when I'm dealt them. Watch the action. Wait until it's my turn, then look down at my cards using both hands, revealing the cards the least. Then if I'm going to fold, fold. Otherwise if I look down and I'm going to continue in the hand, then I cap my cards and I state my action. Call. Then I put in the call chips. Or raise, and then I say the amount I want to make it. Either way I'm getting dealt my cards, I'm holding them there, I'm not looking until it's my turn, then I'm capping them, then I'm acting. And when you make a bet, it's important that you do it in the same way. So if you're betting sloppy versus if you're betting neat, that makes a very big difference. You want to be consistent. You should literally be able to write down your routines at the table. Your pre-flop routine when you first get dealt your cards, the actions that you take, and the order in which you take them, You want to be as robotic as possible so that you really are giving away the minimum amount of behavioral information. Now, once the cards come out and you're post-flop, you also want to have a routine. For example, how you sit. Do you sit with your hands like this, folded? Do you sit like this? Do you sit behind your chips, in front of your chips? Where are your arms? At any point in hand after you've acted, you want to have a very comfortable routine. You want to be sitting in a way that you can maintain because potentially your opponents may be looking at you for long periods of time while they're trying to make a decision and you want to be giving away the minimum amount while they're doing that. So putting a hand on your head, holding your head. You know, sitting in some easy replicable position consistently, whatever it may be. The key is that you have one and that you're acting consistently. If you act the same way pre-flop when you're being dealt cards and then the same way after you act when you're choosing to continue in the hand, and then you also act the same way post-flop, on the flop, turn and river, you're going to be giving away the minimum amount of non-poker information to your opponents. And that's exactly what you want to be doing to make and keep a poker face throughout the entire hand.
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http://www.automaticpoker.com/ http://www.automaticpoker.com/blog.html http://www.fastpencil.com/publications/5603-Automatic-Poker44 http://www.automaticpoker.com/Forum/index.php In this short video, I use a graphic from Pokertableratings which can be found at http://www.pokertableratings.com/poker-rake-analysis/no-limit-hold%27em. I convert the numbers to bb/100 in order to show you what your rake burden is by stake. My purpose for this video is to show you just how much you have to beat the players before you win a dime at poker. This is why it is so tough to win these days, even at micro stakes. Your average player is much better and fish are farther and farther between. And since you are also having to play against the house, it makes for a lot less winning players out there and even they generally have marginal win rates. I also highlight the importance of moving up to mid-stakes and beyond, where the relative amount of money paid towards the rake is much less. So stop throwing money away and begin playing less tables. Improve improve improve and stop bleeding money to the house. Be sure to comment and subscribe. I would also love to hear from you if you have any suggestions for future videos. You can reach me at email@example.com. If you are interested in learning more about how short stacking can speed along the learning process in cash games, be sure to pick up my book or e-book at http://www.fastpencil.com/publications/5603-Automatic-Poker Thanks for watching!
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To play poker, you must understand betting. This episode explains the four main purposes for making a bet: gaining value, protecting your hand, bluffing, and getting information. Sometimes, you'll place a bet for a combination of these reasons. pokerstars.tv
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http://PokerStars.com This week Rafa looks at one of the most complicated poker hands to play, Ace King ahead of the coming biggest game of his life. More information on poker hands http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GkDkll7UaGQ
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Test your combos & blockers knowledge with our free quiz: https://www.splitsuit.com/combos-blockers-quiz/ This is SplitSuit's first concept video for ThePokerBank. In this video, SplitSuit explains how to work out combos for different types of hands. This is followed by practical examples of using combinatorics in both preflop and postflop poker. The video concludes with 3 hand history examples that highlight how combos can be used to help make more +EV decisions. Other important concepts discussed in this training video include weighted ranges and blockers. There is also a quick introduction to Flopzilla EV Calculator, which is a valuable tool for when working with (and learning about) combos and blockers in Texas Hold'em. Watch Using Flopzilla for an introduction to this tool. Released: 15 April 2011 ... ----- Support ThePokerBank.com: Here are some affiliate links. When you use these links to create an account and play poker, thepokerbank gets a small percentage of the rake you pay (that would otherwise have gone to the poker site). This does not affect you as a player. It just means that we can use this extra bit of rake to keep the website running and make it more awesome. Bet365 Poker (non-US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/bet365/youtube/ Aced Poker (US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/aced/youtube/ SealsWithClubs (Bitcoin Poker - my current favorite) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/sealswithclubs/youtube/ This is how the site has been able to stay active all these years (since 2007), so thank you. We wouldn't be here if it wasn't for your help. - Greg http://www.thepokerbank.com/about/
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515008-How-Much-to-Bet-Poker-Tutorials Hey, I'm Nicky Numbers, Professional Poker Player and today I'm going to show you how to bet. When you're betting, by definition you're on the flop, turn or river. In other words you're post-flop and the pre-flop action has already taken place. The reason this must be true is because pre-flop the blinds are forced bets so nobody can bet pre-flop. You either call, raise or fold. Post-flop, however, the first aggressive action that anyone takes is a bet. Either that or they check. The minimum bet that you can wager is one big blind. So if they blinds are $2.00 and $5.00, the big blind is $5.00 and the minimum bet is $5. If the blinds are $500 and $1,000, then the minimum bet is $1,000. The minimum bet, however, is an amount that should rarely be wagered. A standard bet is between half the size of the pot and the full size of the pot. So let's say these green chips are $25 and there's $100 in the pot right now. A standard bet for me to make would be $50 to $100, and in this case anything in between which could be, you know, $75, would be 3/4rds of the pot, $50 is half the pot, $100 is the whole pot. Anything in between would all be considered a standard bet. The thing that you want to know about betting, however, is that you want to keep your bet sizing consistent relative to the pot. If you vary the size of your bets based on the strength of your hand, then you could be giving your opponents very meaningful information. For example, a classic mistake that players make is they bet more with weak hands and less with strong hands because they're trying to get action on their strong hands. People also do the opposite, though. The key is to make your bets consistent so that no data can be inferred by your opponents with your wager. So there are some basic guidelines on how to bet in Hold 'Em. Remember, you want to bet consistent relative to the pot so you don't fall into patterns.
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This poker video was created by http://www.splitsuit.com for http://www.thepokerbank.com Download Equilab (Holdem): http://www.pokerstrategy.com/poker-tools/equilab-holdem/ Equilab is a more powerful version of PokerStove. This free poker software allows you to calculate equities, explore ranges, and even see how ranges hit the board. SplitSuit shows you around the interface giving you tips to become more efficient and a great analyzer. Make sure to download and start playing with Equilab today! ... ----- Support ThePokerBank.com: Here are some affiliate links. When you use these links to create an account and play poker, thepokerbank gets a small percentage of the rake you pay (that would otherwise have gone to the poker site). This does not affect you as a player. It just means that we can use this extra bit of rake to keep the website running and make it more awesome. Bet365 Poker (non-US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/bet365/youtube/ Aced Poker (US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/aced/youtube/ SealsWithClubs (Bitcoin Poker - my current favorite) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/sealswithclubs/youtube/ This is how the site has been able to stay active all these years (since 2007), so thank you. We wouldn't be here if it wasn't for your help. - Greg http://www.thepokerbank.com/about/
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http://www.automaticpoker.com/ http://www.automaticpoker.com/blog.html http://www.fastpencil.com/publications/5603-Automatic-Poker44 http://www.automaticpoker.com/Forum/index.php In this video I outline why short stacking is a great option for learning poker. -Intro to Short Stacking- Discuss merits of short stacking 1. Main reason is simplified decision making process. Poker is a game of small edges. Playing a short stack makes it easy to apply those small edges through superior fundamentals and to avoid complicated high variance deep stacked play, especially post-flop. Post-flop is much more cut and dried as a short stack. Commitment thresholds are easier to obtain with a variety of hands. 2. Less money to risk- Less money needed to play each stake, leads to quicker ascent through the stakes. 3. Cooler proof- less swings, lead to more confident play and steadier win-rate. Short stacking neuters anyone trying to flat call pre-flop to nut camp or outplay a skilled short stacker after the flop. Both are futile when the short stacker applies simple fundamental hand and board texture reading tactics that are easily applicable by anyone willing to take the time to learn them. These are just a few major reasons short stacking is a great way to learn the game of poker. My book, Automatic Poker, teaches you everything you need to get started and most of all, shows you how to learn and improve on your on. 4. If you are going for Supernova Elite or some other challenge, then CAP games offer you the chance to increase your hands per hour, and as a result, potentially your hourly rate. My short stacking strategy can easily be adapted to 20bb games, 30bb games, or 40bb games. Myths -About 3-bet shoving- While never having to play 3-bet pots post-flop certainly simplifies things, a short stacker generally does no more 3-betting, and sometimes a lot less than many of the other regulars. -Short stacking cheating- Short stacking is just another strategy. Short stackers play by the same rules as everyone else and there is not inherent edge to be found by short stacking, except that a lot of players do not understand it is a different strategy and fail to adjust. Short stackers take the time to learn how to exploit full stackers, why can't full stackers take the time to learn how to exploit a short stacker? -Relies on charts- While it is easier to lay out a basic strategy via charts, and my book does so, they are only designed as a guide to get someone started. Once someone has the strategy down, the charts can be thrown away as a player learns to adjust to table dynamics rather than perform a static style of play. -In some ways, short stacking takes more skill than "full stacking" does. You have to have a keen understanding of the math of various stack sizes for both pre-flop and post-flop play. It's much easier to learn how to play a stack that is constantly topped off then it is to have to adjust to constantly varying stack sizes. A short stacker may see his stack fluctuate anywhere from 30 big blinds, down to 5 big blinds, and up to 50 big blinds and needs to know how to play all of those stack sizes in both a strategical and tactical sense Be sure to comment and subscribe. I would also love to hear from you if you have any suggestions for future videos. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are interested in learning more about how short stacking can speed along the learning process in cash games, be sure to pick up my book or e-book at http://www.fastpencil.com/publications/5603-Automatic-Poker Thanks for watching!
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A free video from SplitSuit via PokerCrashCourse.com . This video covers the three Ls of hand reading (linear, logical, and learning) to give you a powerful framework for reading hands in poker. http://www.pokercrashcourse.com http://www.splitsuit.com
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Gamble at Casinos videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/511518-Basic-Rules-of-Pai-Gow-Gambling-Tips Ever been in a casino and wondered what pai gow is? In this video, our gambling expert explains the basic rules of this popular Chinese game. See if it's something you might want to try your luck at. Hey guys. I wanted to go into a game that I was very excited about covering, because I couldn't find any videos on it online when I was first learning. Hopefully I'll be able to teach you all also. This is how to play Pai Gow Tiles. In this game, there are 32 dominos. Each player will place a bet. Four players here. Dice are rolled, usually it's in a cup, and it determines who would go first. So, these come off to the side. Dealer gets his. Every player gets a stack. The object of the game is to have two sets of two tiles that both beat the dealer. Sounds a little confusing, but this, I'll be honest, it is. But hopefully I'll be able to demystify this game with you in this series. So, players will get their tiles face up, these are tiles that are all based on Chinese imagery. And basically, the object of the game is to set your tiles in a way where you feel that you're going to be able to beat the dealer. And all of these are by point value here. This is an eight, and this is a ten, alright. We go with the last digit, so this is actually an eight. And the highest you can get without any special pairs and things like that is nine. This here is an eight. And this here would be six, and 11. So this is a seven, because you know, seventeen, we chop off the one. This here is five and four, so that's a nine. With these hands here, all right, so this would be a four, because you have an eight, and a six. So this would be 14. These tiles are special, there's a three and a special six, which is made out of four two. This would count as a three or a six. So here, in this case, it would be six plus the three, so that's a nine. That's not too bad. Then here with this, we have a pair, which is better than a nine. And then we've got right here, this would be a seven, and then a six, so this is three. And then the pair. The object is to beat the dealer, who has to play his hand a certain way. And in the case here, he's got a five, and then a nine. So right here, five beats this one here, but it doesn't beat the pair. So that's a push. If you win one, lose one, it's a push. And here, this is a four, and then the nine. So this nine, because it's made out of this tile, confused yet? Just because this nine is better than this nine, but this four is worse than this five. So that's also a push. Here you've got a seven and a nine. This nine beats this nine. But then, this seven beats this five. So that's a push. And then we've got an eight and a seven. We've got eight, eight, and an eight, alright, so then, the eight beats the dealer, but then the nine beats him. So then that's a push. Confused yet? I know. It's a game where you push a lot of times, and the house edge is actually pretty low in the game, and actually it works out to your favor if you actually know how to play. We'll go into more detail about hands and rankings, and what beats what and how do you beat the dealer in a later video.
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After the three community cards known as the 'flop' are laid face-up on the table, you need to evaluate how well they fit with your two 'hole' cards. This episode explains how your post-flop hand can fall into four categories -- very strong, strong, mediocre or trash. pokerstars.tv
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This video is the first step towards turning your dreams into a reality. In this video I will discuss the most effective learning methods and how to be efficient with your study time. I will discuss the best sources of study for poker. And finally I will discuss some common pitfalls to avoid, so you can study smart! The second step to poker success: SUSBCRIBE to the channel and Get Stackin! A Special Thank you to Barry Deen and Justin Poon for being my biggest supporters since day 1. And a BIG THANK YOU to EVERYONE who helped make this possible : ) ------------------------------------------------- Join Team Gripsed ► http://www.gripsed.com Subscribe 4 Free Videos ► http://bit.ly/gripsedsub ------------------------------------------------- Get Social & Connect With Us! Facebook ► http://www.facebook.com/Gripsed Twitter ► http://twitter.com/GripsedPoker Twitch ► http://www.twitch.tv/gripsed ------------------------------------------------- Want to Support Gripsed Training? Sign-up & deposit to these sites ► http://bit.ly/gripsedps Use this awesome software ► http://bit.ly/gripsedpt Donate via Paypal ► http://bit.ly/gripsedppal Donate Via Pokerstars ► "SenorPokes" -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Check This Out: "My Biggest Poker Win Ever!!!!!" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YznnOrRSY3M -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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This poker video was created by http://www.splitsuit.com for http://www.thepokerbank.com In this video you will learn all about poker EV. EV, short for expected value, is the mathematical way of saying "this play is expected to net me $X amount of money in the longrun." Learn why this is a longrun focused concept and how to calculate it with ease. We go through the formula step-by-step to ensure you fully understand it and use an example to show its application in poker. If you are looking for more material on the concept, check out this free article: http://www.thepokerbank.com/strategy/mathematics/expected-value/ ... ----- Support ThePokerBank.com: Here are some affiliate links. When you use these links to create an account and play poker, thepokerbank gets a small percentage of the rake you pay (that would otherwise have gone to the poker site). This does not affect you as a player. It just means that we can use this extra bit of rake to keep the website running and make it more awesome. Bet365 Poker (non-US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/bet365/youtube/ Aced Poker (US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/aced/youtube/ SealsWithClubs (Bitcoin Poker - my current favorite) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/sealswithclubs/youtube/ This is how the site has been able to stay active all these years (since 2007), so thank you. We wouldn't be here if it wasn't for your help. - Greg http://www.thepokerbank.com/about/
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Hailed as the greatest pickpocket in the world, Apollo Robbins studies the quirks of human behavior as he steals your watch. In a hilarious demonstration, Robbins samples the buffet of the TEDGlobal 2013 audience, showing how the flaws in our perception make it possible to swipe a wallet and leave it on its owner's shoulder while they remain clueless. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Gamble at Casinos videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/511510-Basic-Rules-of-Texas-Hold-em-Gambling-Tips Want to learn how to play poker? In this video, a gambling expert explains the basic rules of Texas Hold 'em. It's up to you to work on your poker face. Texas Hold 'Em is one of the most popular games in Poker today. It's played in card rooms all over the world and home games all over also. I just want to go over the rules of Texas hold 'em with you. First you need a table. Get some players with you. The first thing that we do you either put up an ante or a blind. Basically there are two ways of forcing action. An ante is where every player at the game would put in a certain amount. In this case five dollars that automatically goes in the pot. Blind is a little different where the two people next to the button, which I'll explain that in a second, would put one small one and one big one. This is just to make sure there's something going on in every hand because otherwise if people don't like the hands and everybody just keeps folding no money changes and it's kind of boring that way. The dealer button, if you're in a home game you can play this with your friends and generally the deck would be passed around from player to player to player and everybody would have a chance to deal. In games where you've got the dedicated folks, like myself, then the dealer represents that deck being in the player's hand and then the dealer takes care of all the action. Here we're going to have blinds of five and ten. Players get two cards dealt face down. Dealer doesn't play. Then everybody will check their hands making their bets or decisions based on what their hand strength was. So the big blind, that's the minimum that people would have to bet to commit. Here, say they want to bet ten. This guy doesn't want to play for whatever reason so he folds the cards, they come in my way. Then he wants to bet. Now, as the big blind he already had ten dollars in he has the option, he could check, basically making an additional bet of zero, or he could raise, and we'll go into raising in the next hand - the next round here. So he decides to check, his money goes in the pot. One card gets burned, this is just a security thing. Back in the days of Poker where people, like in the Wild West, used to cheat and they'd be dealing from the bottom of the deck and things like that. The card burned on the top makes it a little harder for somebody to cheat at the game. So that's just a security measure that's been added to every game. Then three cards are dealt face up. This is a flop, community cards for all the players. I don't see what these guys have here, but say if the gentleman here has a four he now has a pair of fours. If the person here has got a queen, he now has a pair of queens. If he's got a jack and a four he now has two pair. With the community cards there now have the option they can bet again. Say this guy wants to bet ten. Now he can bet, or he can fold. Say he decides to raise. So now he's going to tell everybody at the table he's raising. Then he wants to put out twenty. Now the player here has to either put in twenty or fold. Now the gentlemen here has to put at least ten or fold. Say he decides to call, which is matching the twenty, and the player here decides to do the same. Then this goes in the pot as well. Another card gets burned and we've go the fourth card, this is called the turn. It's another community card that everybody at the table can use. Say for the purposes here that everybody just decides to check. Everybody wants to check. He checks so he bets nothing and then they're just kind of following along. In the case that nobody bets then the fifth card, which is called the river, and that's it for me and the card. Then players get the option that they could check or bet. So say somebody wants to bet ten and let's just say that these two guys decide to call. This money goes into the pot and now the players here get to show their hands. In this case he's got an eight and a two so he doesn't make any pairs. In the case here he's got an ace, but then he's just basically playing for high card because he doesn't have a pair. Then the player here, he's got a pair of nines. So this would be the best five card hand he could make with a pair of nines, ace, queen, jack. The cards would be swept up and the pot would be shift to the player. Then the button goes to the next player here and then play would continue. That's how you play hold 'em.
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Learn how to play blackjack with this in-depth analysis. The full video covers the basics, what to do and what not to do, how to start the game, staying, hitting, double down, splitting, surrender, table etiquette, how to use the blackjack strategy card, the dealer's turn and beyond, what happens when the player gets a blackjack, insurance, even money, how to play on a single deck or a double deck including hand signals, situations, how to tip the dealer, and other things I've noticed working as a dealer. --------------------------------------------------- RELATED LINKS: This version is translated into the Russian language - Как играть в BJ - https://youtu.be/T3MKr_pZK9k This version is translated into the German language - Blackjack Anleitung und Erklärung - https://youtu.be/ASQR87C15kY For a word-for-word break down of this video and the rest of the videos in this course, click the link below: http://www.vegas-aces.com/site/articles/how-to-play-blackjack.html If you want a more interactive way to learn Blackjack, then my Curious lessons might be the thing for you: https://curious.com/vegasaces/introduction-to-blackjack?ref=kCKcPTBTeXc For a copy of the Blackjack Strategy Guide, click here: http://www.vegas-aces.com/site/resources/charts-guides-blackjack-strategy-guides.html To watch a video on the Blackjack Strategy Guide, click here: http://www.vegas-aces.com/site/articles/blackjack-strategy-guide.html Download the Blackjack Payoff Chart here - http://www.vegas-aces.com/site/resources/charts-guides-blackjack-payoff-chart.html Flashcards for the Blackjack Payoffs - http://www.vegas-aces.com/site/resources/charts-guides-blackjack-payoff-chart.html DONATE: If you enjoyed this content and you want to help keep it free for everyone, then please donate here: https://www.paypal.me/vegasaces PATREON.COM: If you want to help keep this information free for everyone, then become my Patreon patron. There are many rewards you can choose from: www.patreon.com/vegasaces REMEMBER TO SUBSCRIBE: Do you want to learn how to play casino table games? Do you want specific information from a professional dealer, but for free? Then Subscribe Now and learn everything you'll ever need to know about Blackjack, Pai-Gow Poker, and more! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TheVegasAces ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Patreon: www.patreon.com/vegasaces Website: www.Vegas-Aces.com Email: email@example.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Vegas-Aces/126216680732741 Twitter: https://twitter.com/vegas_aces SUPPLIES: You can find the supplies I use in my videos, supplies casinos use on their tables or just fun gift items at my Amazon Affiliate Shop: https://www.amazon.com/shop/vegasaces If you have any questions, please post them on our forum: http://vegasaces.yuku.com/directory#.UAo4RqOV18E This music is royalty-free www.incompetech.com/m/c/royalty-free/ Created by Kevin MacLeod "Covert Affair" © 2011 Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0" http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Copyright 2011 www.Vegas-Aces.com Table of Contents (Sorted By Alphabetical Order) Beginning - 01:21 Blackjack - 10:29 Blackjack Strategy Card, The - 08:15 Bust - 02:12 Cards - 00:22 Cell Phones - 16:17 Change - 01:26 Cheques - 01:03 Color Up - 15:32 Cut Card - 15:05 Dealer's Turn - 09:17 Differences Between a Shoe game and a Single or Double Deck - 14:03 Double Down - 04:10 Even Money - 11:33 Foreign Cheques - 15:55 Hand Signals - 07:33 Hands - 02:05 Hard Hand - 02:32 Hitting - 03:41 How to Stack Cheques - 10:16 Insurance - 11:02 Items Allowed on Table - 16:28 Mid-Deck Entry - 16:40 Multi-Color Bet - 10:04 Object of the Game, The - 01:54 Player's Turn - 03:03 Push - 09:56 Shoe, The - 00:54 Single and Double Deck - 12:06 Single and Double Deck - Blackjack or Bust - 13:45 Single and Double Deck - Double Down - 13:01 Single and Double Deck - Hitting - 12:52 Single and Double Deck - Splitting - 13:24 Single and Double Deck - Staying - 12:44 Situations - 14:38 Soft Hand - 02:19 Splitting - 05:13 Staying - 03:14 Surrender - 06:32 Table Minimum and Maximum - 01:36 Things I've Noticed Working as a Dealer - 17:47 Tipping - 17:04
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