Everyone should have some kind of poker training program for improving their game.
This is even true for experienced players, but it is even more true for newer players who are not yet making an income. Here are ten great poker training tools to consider:
Actual experience has always been the main way to get a handle on the game. If you insist on getting your experience by playing with your money, be very careful. Seasoned players are math whizzes who know the game in and out, but they are also experts at psychology. They just love finding gullible newbies like you to toy with.
This is a great way to practice without spending a lot of money, but be aware the free variable makes it difficult to get a genuine experience.
In tournaments, everyone gets the same size stack of chips for a cheap buy-in and then you play until they are gone. Just try to hang in as long as you can and get some experience without spending a fortune. Continue reading “10 Great Poker Training Tools”