Tips and Tricks for social game Texas Holdem Poker on Facebook and MySpace

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One of the biggest mistakes to make in Texas Hold’em is playing too many card hands. You do need a stronger card hand to play starting with an early position, because you know there will be more players after you. They may decide to raise or reraise the pot. Be patient and wait on a good card hand you can get to play from the best position possible.
Remember that the player to the left is the first person to play before the flop. He and the other two players are in the early position. The next three players are in the middle position, and the ones after them are in the late position. The blinds usually play the last before the flop and the first after it.
We have some ideas for recommended starting card hands. This will help you, if you are a beginner poker player.

EARLY POSITION

Go ahead and raise with Ace-Ace, King-King, and Ace-King suited from any position. You can call with Ace-King, Ace-Queen suited, King-Queen suited and Queen-Queen, Jack-Jack and 10-10, but do fold with everything else.

MIDDLE POSITION

Call with nine-nine, eight-eight, Ace-Jack suited, Ace-ten suited, Queen-Jack suited, Ace-Queen, King-Queen.

LATE POSITION

Call with Ace-anycard suited, King-ten suited, Queen-ten suited, Jack-ten suited, Ace-Jack, Ace-ten and small pairs. Also you will need to call a raise, then to make one. Remember, if there is a raise before it is your turn to play, then you probably should not wait to fold.

It is up to you to decide, whether to use our recommendations or not. The owners of this web site take no responsibility whatsoever for any losses due to following these recommendations.

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