Pre-Flop Strategies That Will
In case you missed the first 2 Pre-Flop betting strategies for Texas Hold 'Em. Here are the remaining 3:
Pre-Flop Power Tip #3:
Bankroll - If you have $5 left, you'll want to play extremely carefully and select one hand to bet on, hoping to get as many players involved as possible for a larger pot. You'll want to be all-in before the flop is dealt.
On the flip-side, if you have $1000 at a $1/$2 table, you can take high-risk, high-payout bets.
Pre-Flop Power Tip #4:
Position - People in late position have the ability to influence the size of the pot much more than those in early position. This is especially true pre-flop. Players who shoot for larger pots, but don't mind a greater chance for losing a few hands will want to raise pre-flop, especially if they are in late position. Some players prefer to be as selective as possible pre-flop, grinding out a winning hand here or there. It really depends on your own style of play, and how you perceive the players around you.
Pre-Flop Power Tip #5:
Risk - Depending on your playing style, you may want to play more or less aggressively pre-flop.
Without taking much of this into consideration, you want hands that have high card value, or the ability to be the best hand (the nuts). You'll want to seriously consider playing high value cards (queens, kings and aces), suited (drawing for a flush) and connected (drawing for a straight) cards, and obviously, always play high pocket pairs (queens or better).
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