Game selection – do your homework in the cash game



When and where you play is really very important to your success. It is really easy you will find a ‘easy’ $1/$2 or $1/$3 game, but once you get into $5/$10 nlh the standard varies very much, from casual poker players looking to gamble, through to experienced grinders.


Generally, the smaller poker rooms have softer games than the more reputed casinos. This is balanced, though most of the poker player choice in the bigger rooms, and the fact they’re likely to have automatic card shufflers in the tables, so you get dealt more hands in per hour. At $1/$2 No Limit Holdem and $1/$3 No Limit Hold’em you should be fine anywhere, but social poker is particularly good.


As you’d expect the games tend to be softer and looser in the evening than during the day. There is a proverb that daytime games tend to be populated by professional poker players who have a tight, predictable style that’s easy to exploit. Of course, the games can become excellent if you can bear staying up until the small hours, because poker players become tired, drunk, or even better, both!

The time of week is also important. At the weekend, especially in the evening or night you’ll be able to find lot of loose-drunk players and all the action you can handle.

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