Suppose the following situation: We see three of a flop, someone embeds, call the other two players. Now comes the turn and checked around. Finally, the river is reversed, and the board now reads AKQJT Rainbow, so no flush possible. Here, each player now has the same hand as the best hand is the board. So there will definitely be a split pot. However, now comes the first player all-in, which means a large overbet. While player calls B, Player C folds and actually the first and second players split the pot. Particularly at lower limit one can see such moves frequently, so that someone even though there would be a split pot with 100% certainty folds. Against opponents or something more attentive to higher limits only one benefited from it, including the casino or the online page that gets the big bet more rake (Feed the rake). Therefore, this move is also frowned upon in good players. While it is easy in this example, because you would always call, but there are also examples where the call is not so clear, but it still assumes that one gets half of the money in most cases. What to do?
The nice thing about poker is that you can win a lot of chips or money by certain strategies and setting behavior. I've started playing poker a few years ago, when the shaft is pulled through the poker world and became more popular. At first everything was quite foreign to me at this card game, but I've learned quickly by simply watching it, whether on TV, on Full Tilt Poker or my siblings. Gradually, I realized the card game and I made my first experience in a poker game with friends of my brother.
In this paper, it is a principle that characterizes the game of poker as a game by it comes to making decisions with incomplete information:
If you were to have played a hand differently, provided that one knows the cards of the opponent, so you made a mistake in the game. If you had played the hand as well, the game would have been correctly and properly. It is the same in überigen also among the opponents. Would this play the hand differently if they knew my cards they do not make a mistake and if the opponents have played the hand well.
As always everyone is talking about it, I asked myself once, where originated the WSOP.
It all began in Jahre1949. The notorious players Nicholas "Nick the Greek" Dandolos stepped in Las Vegas with an unusual request to the casino operator Benny Binion approach: he wanted to play a high-stakes poker marathon. Benny agreed, but imposed the condition that the game should be publicly held. Were a total of 5 months out of the marathon, which should go down in history. Nick's opponent was the legendary Johnny Moss. They played every conceivable variant and made only to eat and sleep a Pause.Am end Moss had won over $ 2 million and after the last pot lost his counterpart said, "Mr. Moss I have to let go".