Playing before the flop The Position: Play only high pairs like AA, KK, QQ and JJ. Play high cards like AK, AQ, AJ, KQ, KJ and stick or not. With AA, KK, QQ, AK, AQ, and you need to increase or re-raise to get drawing hands that can beat later. Middle position: In this place you can start playing weaker hands as the pair means, such as 10 through 7 and drawing hands as A10, K10, QJ, Q10, Q9, J10 and J9, stick or not. Late position: Here you can play small pairs and suited high cards as Ax, Kx, Qx, Jx even if there has been a raise before you. If there has been a raise before the action gets to you, you should fold all those hands. The high cards (AK, AQ) to be played without raising, in this position because it is unlikely that the unit to anyone and is still drawing hands after all. Playing after the flop when you’ve seen the flop, they have seen more than 70% of its labor.
This means you must decide whether to bet or fold his hand. This position: If you do not have a strong hand, and is pretty sure the other players call, it’s best to check and see what others will do. If you have a high pair, the best bet or raise is to remove the possibility of drawing (covered in another article) to players in a draw. Also this is the time to consider an increase in check if you are sure that someone bet and has a very strong hand. Middle position: Here you should think about being more aggressive with marginal hands, if nobody has bet before. A bet here may expel hands that could beat you later or you’ve already beat. Once again the commitment of your peers made up and hands. This is not a position to go for a check raise, as you may end up giving someone a free card.
Late position: This is where you want to play your pairs of socks and cliffs semi aggressive. If no one has bet or raised before, most likely no one has a hand they are proud, and you may be able to take the pot right now. In the time it reached the turn and the river that you should know how strong your hand relative to the other players. With a little study and experience to know how to play your hand. For the most part, trying to study your opponents and act in ways not expected. In the beginning try to concentrate on what position you are at all times. As you gain more experience in the tables, is that the knowledge of your position will be automatic and not even have to think about it.