Texas Holdem Strategy

Ace and King

Texas Holdem strategy:
Only play good beginning cards,
such as the ace and king.

Let's now take a closer look at Texas Holdem strategy and the pattern that is essential for beginners to learn. The chart shows how many hands you are supposed to play depending on which position you sit in at the table.
Example: You are sitting as player 6 to the left of the dealer button and you have a king of spades and a 7 of spades. In the poker chart below you see K-7 suited (suited = two cards of the same color, i.e. 3 of hearts and 7 of hearts) and you see that this hand can be played in late or middle position. Since you are the 6th player to the left of the dealer button, you are in middle position and can therefore play the hand. This is only possible under the condition that no one else had raised before it was your turn. There is an absolutely precise limit when a hand is good enough to be played even though a raise or even a re-raise was done before. The best advice that we can give in this situation is that you have to find a good excuse to fold a hand. If you choose to call your opponent who has a better hand than you before the flop then you are the one who will lose in the long run.

Below you see the poker chart that provides you the best Texas Holdem strategy. We recommend that you print it - click here Print

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