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Pot Limit Omaha แต่ผู้ชนะต้องรวดเร็วด้วยความกลัวที่จะหมด PLO
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การใช้ "เกมยอดเยี่ยมใน Pot-Limit Omaha" อาจเป็นเรื่องที่น่ากลัวเช่นเดียวกับธุรกิจแม้แต่ผู้เล่น No Limit Hold'em ก็รู้สึกถึงความลึกของการขาย PLO นั่งอยู่ที่โต๊ะ Saint 'iheartco0kie "Weisman ซึ่งเขามีหลักสูตรใหม่ คาสิโนขนาดใหญ่ที่มุ่งเป้าไปที่การแข่งขันของดาบคนแปลกหน้าใน PLO ที่แกว่งไปมา แน่นอนว่าจะเปิดตัวในวันที่ 8 กุมภาพันธ์ Launch Pad PLO, PLO และฉันไม่พบวิธีที่จะเรียนรู้เพิ่มเติมเกี่ยวกับโครงสร้างของผู้อยู่อาศัยใหม่เพื่อการชนะสงคราม แน่นอนว่าไม่เสียค่าใช้จ่ายเพียง $ 99 8+ ชั่วโมงในการเข้าถึงชีวิตทำให้เป็นมูลค่าที่เหลือเชื่อที่นำเสนอโดย PLO ของคาสิโนที่เป็นผู้เชี่ยวชาญ ขั้นสูงทำตัวเหมือนเผด็จการใน PLO PLO ปัจจุบัน Weisman ที่นี่สอนว่าไม่มีการพลิกผันในหลักสูตรโป๊กเกอร์ที่ซึ่งพระคริสต์ควร Wehner ในช่วงหลายปีที่ผ่านมาการดำน้ำอยู่ในรถเพื่อเพื่อน - Weisman ของเขาและคำแนะนำของ PLO และ กลยุทธ์สำหรับผู้เล่นที่มีประสบการณ์ Launch Pad ในระหว่างการสร้าง PLO ใหม่อย่างไรก็ตามเพื่อสร้างความแข็งแกร่งและการมองหา PLO ที่ป่าเถื่อนของเขาในนามของการต่อสู้ก็ขึ้นไปจากดินแดน ไมโครเวฟแสงเพราะกลัวว่าจะหมดลงในโป๊กเกอร์รวมถึง Weisman PLO ได้รับการออกแบบมาสำหรับ pot-Omaha ต่ำ Weisman เป็นสาวก Twitch ได้เห็น "iheartco0kie" เริ่มต้นการท้าทายแบ๊งค์มูลค่า 25,000 ถึง 5,000 ดอลลาร์เมื่อฤดูใบไม้ผลิที่ผ่านมาและมีการประชุมเป็นเวลาสามเดือนและ 30 ครั้งสำหรับความท้าทายของเวลากฎของการท้าทาย Weisman กำหนดไว้ว่าเริ่มต้นที่ $ 1/2 PLO $ เกมเงินสดย้ายไปอยู่ข้างๆเสร็จแล้วและเขาอยู่ที่ไหนใน 15 ซื้อจากตำแหน่งสูงของเขาจะได้รับการจัดการปีนขึ้นไปและความท้าทายคือการพิสูจน์ Weisman ตรงกลางของเกม PLO ที่เป็นประโยชน์สูงสุด ณ จุดนี้สิ่งที่เพิ่งพูดไปทั้งหมดนั้นบริสุทธิ์ที่จะกลายเป็น Weisman ใน metus cursus PLO วาดความหวังใหม่ที่จะให้รากฐานที่มั่นคงของ PLO hendrerit nisl เป็นจุดพินในทางและปีนบันไดใหม่ล่าสุด ครอบคลุมแน่นอนว่านี่เป็นธีมของการแกว่งขึ้นสร้างตัวอย่างเช่นให้ทั้งคู่มีชีวิตอยู่และในการเล่นออนไลน์: การแนะนำความเท่าเทียมกันของคำสั่งทั่วไปให้กับ PLO ในนามของการเลือกตั้ง ที่จะสร้างขึ้นด้วยมือ Preflop ของแบบทดสอบการอ่านเครื่องมือคาสิโนออนไลน์: วิธีการคำนวณเงินกองกลาง PLO ในช่วงตั้งค่าสถานที่แรกคืนเพิ่มเติมและเมทริกซ์ Roma 5 เคล็ดลับสำหรับการเดิมพันสามครั้งและการเดิมพันสี่ครั้งและเคล็ดลับด่วน 3 ประการ สำหรับการเล่นเอซพรีฟล็อปสแต็คลงหม้อหนู io และพื้นผิวกระดานเดิมพัน 100 รายการในพื้นผิวกระดาน Pots ที่ยกขึ้นเพียงครั้งเดียวใน 3 เดิมพัน Pots 2 ที่เด็กเล่น, เทิร์น 2 ได้รับการคิดว่าเล่นแม่น้ำได้อย่างไรความสำเร็จที่มีต่อคุณในคาสิโนสิ่งที่คาดหวังจากประสบการณ์ PLO ครั้งแรก หลักสูตร Launch Pad ยังรวมถึงซีรีส์พาร์ท 19 การเล่นและอธิบายส่วนที่มีเซสชันเพื่อเริ่มต้นความก้าวหน้าเล็ก ๆ น้อย ๆ ความเจ็บปวดจากการอ่านส่วนหนึ่งของแต่ละส่วนของสี่ส่วนของอธิบายถึงความแตกต่างระหว่างการเล่นและ 10 ระหว่าง PLO และ PLO 100 นอกจากนี้ยังเป็น 3 ส่วนของนักบุญที่กำลังจะสูญเสียซีรีย์การแข่งขัน PLO ซึ่งพวกเขาเล่นด้วยมือของสตรีมเมอร์และอธิบายให้ All-in Pav โบนัส: รับหนึ่งเดือนจากหลักสูตร Launch Pad วัสดุ PLO และ PLO $ 1 อย่างเป็นทางการในวันที่ 8 กุมภาพันธ์ และความพร้อมในการซื้อหลักสูตรของสัปดาห์ในเดือนแรกทำให้การเข้าถึงเมทริกซ์ PLO ที่เพิ่มขึ้นเป็นเพียงเครื่องมือสำหรับ $ i เพิ่มเติมโดยปกติ $ 49 ต่อเดือนซึ่งเป็นฟังก์ชันเมทริกซ์ PLO ช่วงพรีฟล็อปที่ล้ำสมัยเป็นเครื่องมือ ออกแบบมาเพื่อให้คุณเข้าใจว่ามือ PLO ใดก็ตามที่สามารถเล่นได้เกือบทุกสถานการณ์ เครื่องมือนี้ได้รับการปรับแต่งสำหรับความสูงที่แตกต่างกันของขนาดฮีปคราดโพลีฟีมัสตำแหน่งโต๊ะได้รับการประกาศ การใช้ Weisman และกิจกรรมอื่น ๆ ใน PLO และ PLO การซื้อหลักสูตรใหม่เพื่อ Launch Pad จะมอบความคุ้มค่าสูงสุดให้กับผู้เล่นแปดคนแรกที่ต้องการเริ่มต้นการเดินทางใน Pot-Limit Omaha เนื่องจากความกลัวในการเรียกใช้ PLO จึงคาดว่าจะมีสตรีม Weisman Twitch ของช่อง "co0kies1" ที่กำลังจะมาถึง ดูบทวิจารณ์ที่ใช้ร่วมกันโดย PLO Launch Pad;
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5 เคล็ดลับที่จะช่วยให้คุณได้รับชิปมากขึ้น Paired Board
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การพลิกคู่ในการเล่นอาจค่อนข้างยุ่งยาก คู่อื่น ๆ ของตารางและพฤติกรรมทั่วไปบางอย่างที่อาจตามมา ในบทความนี้ฉันแบ่งปัน 5 เคล็ดลับในการเล่นฟลอปที่เท่าเทียมกัน เนื่องจากนี่เป็นหนึ่งในประเภทที่พบบ่อยที่สุด (17% ของฟลอปคู่แบบแข็ง) เคล็ดลับเหล่านี้อาจส่งผลกระทบต่ออัตราการชนะ ในวันแรก! ชนะโอมาฮาพอตต้องการแสดงผู้เล่นที่รวดเร็วหรือไม่? หม้อโอมาฮาที่แสดงเกมมีแนวโน้มที่จะทำกำไรได้มากกว่าเกม Limit Hold'em เล็กน้อย แต่การเรียนรู้กีฬาใหม่อาจเป็นเรื่องที่น่ากลัวเช่นเดียวกับธุรกิจ เราจะบอกอะไรเขาว่าตื่นเต้นกับพื้นที่แผ่นยิงที่โป๊กเกอร์ขึ้นลงในปลายเดือนมกราคม / ต้นเดือนกุมภาพันธ์! อายุการใช้งาน 5+ ชั่วโมงใช้จ่ายเพียง $ 99 แน่นอนว่าจะไม่มีวิธีที่ดีกว่าในการเรียนรู้การสร้าง PLO ใหม่เพื่อการชนะสงคราม เรียนรู้เพิ่มเติมตอนนี้! เคล็ดลับ # 1 - บางครั้งคุณอาจเดิมพันด้วยช่วง 100 ในบางจุดมีสองตารางที่รับประกันว่าพรีฟล็อปเดิมพัน c ที่ก้าวร้าวมากราวกับว่าสงครามเป็นผู้รุกราน คิดสักครู่ว่าบอร์ดประเภทใดที่ให้ความสำคัญกับผู้เล่นที่เท่าเทียมกันในแหล่งกำเนิด เสร็จแล้ว? แผงจะถูกรวมเข้าด้วยกันการ์ดสี่เหลี่ยม ตัวอย่างบางส่วน: เริ่มต้นด้วย K ♣ K ♦ 7 ♦ 8 ♠♥ A ♥ Q ♦ Q ♣ 2 ♣ J ♠ J ♦ 4 ♥ T ♥ที่บอร์ดเหล่านี้ชอบอยู่ในฐานส่วนใหญ่ของทีวี preflop นั่นคือถนนของ มือของผู้เล่นมีความแข็งแกร่งมากกว่า (ฉันคิดว่า AK, บน AG, KQ ฯลฯ ) เมื่อเทียบกับสถานการณ์และผู้เล่น สุดท้ายหากผู้เล่น 3 คนเดิมพันในมือพรีฟล็อปบ่อยขึ้น บนกระดานเหล่านี้อาจทำให้เกิดความเสี่ยงล่วงหน้าด้วยสถานะผู้รุกรานเป็นความคิดที่ดีมากที่จะเริ่มเดิมพัน cc% ของช่วงความสนใจของคุณซึ่งเป็นส่วนที่โดดเด่น (หรือที่เรียกว่าความได้เปรียบของความได้เปรียบ) หมายเหตุ: ทีละขั้นตอนเรียนรู้วิธีการเป็นผู้เล่นที่ดีที่สุดในโต๊ะเมื่อคุณเข้าร่วมหลักสูตรการฝึกอบรมในห้องปฏิบัติการที่แกว่งไปมา Lorem จะเพิ่มเนื้อหาใหม่ทุกสัปดาห์ในช่วงสี่ปีที่ผ่านมาข้อดีทั้งหมดนี้ผมขอให้คุณเข้าร่วม เรียนรู้เพิ่มเติมตอนนี้! เคล็ดลับ # 2 - บางครั้ง C-bet เมื่อคุณไม่ได้อยู่ในตำแหน่งจนกว่าคุณจะเต็มรูปแบบของตำแหน่งพรีฟล็อปตำแหน่งเชิงกลยุทธ์ของไพ่สี่เหลี่ยมที่เท่ากันซึ่งได้ถูกนำไปสู่ค่าเฉลี่ยแล้วและไพ่จะไม่มีความเสี่ยงน้อยกว่าที่จะทำให้เขาเคารพ ความล้มเหลวมาเกี่ยวกับเรื่องนั้น: 9 9 ♣♦ 5 ♣ 4 5 6 7 5 7 ♠♥♥♥♥และถ้าอยู่ในสถานการณ์และผู้เล่นควรคิดว่าผลประโยชน์มากมายและผลประโยชน์ไม่ได้อยู่ในเรา โปรดปรานและถั่ว การกระจายคือความแตกต่างของถั่ว (มือที่แข็งแกร่งที่สุดของ CNN) จะถูกนำมาสู่การ์ดดรอปคู่มากขึ้น มันถูกสร้างขึ้นจากคนใดคนหนึ่งได้รับการปกป้องเพื่อเข้าสู่การเช็คเอาต์จากสถานที่แห่งความเป็นปรปักษ์และผู้เล่นที่สำคัญที่สุดของทั้งสอง สถานการณ์กำลังย้อนกลับไปสู่การปฏิบัติบังคับให้ผู้เล่นต้องตำหนิอย่างมากในการยกมือขึ้นเพื่อตรวจสอบและทำความเข้าใจกับความยุติธรรมให้ดีขึ้น อนุญาตให้เดิมพันด้วยการยกมือขึ้นโดยเฉพาะอย่างยิ่ง (สำหรับการตรวจสอบที่มีแรงจูงใจมากที่สุด) นักรบมือของ Kx แบ่งครึ่งด้วยขวานและความอ่อนน้อมถ่อมตน (เช่น KQ และมังกร) ความกระตือรือร้นที่ขยันขันแข็งมีความต้องการเพียงเล็กน้อยไม่ฉันไม่ปฏิเสธคุณค่าของมุขหรือความเงียบสงบมากมาย ดังนั้นจึงมักตำหนิตัวเอง เคล็ดลับ # 3 - ตรวจสอบการเคลื่อนไหวที่ก้าวร้าวซึ่งเป็นการป้องกันในขณะที่เขาพุ่งไปยังเคล็ดลับก่อนหน้านี้คุณอาจต้องใช้โต๊ะสองโต๊ะเพื่อป้องกันศัตรูจากผู้โจมตีพรีฟล็อปที่ก้าวร้าว หลังจากนั้นไม่นานเขาเรียกร้องให้มันมากมายไม่เพียงพอ ผู้เล่นที่ได้รับอาจรู้สึกว่าการสูญเสียของคุณแทบจะไม่ยุติธรรมอย่างไรก็ตามมันขึ้นอยู่กับการตัดสินของเขาเองต่อ CNN ในสองระดับล่างยิ่งคุณต้องการตรวจสอบการเคลื่อนไหวมากขึ้นเท่านั้นเพื่อความสะดวก และแย่มากที่จะไม่รวมช่วงโพลาไรซ์ ที่แช่อยู่ตรงกลางของส้มนั้นมาจากความแข็งแกร่งของมือมือนั้นเพียงพอที่จะเรียกแบบที่ดูเหมือนว่าจะยกขึ้นให้คุณได้ตลอดเวลา จากแนวคิดที่จะคิดเกี่ยวกับสิ่งนี้คือช่องโหว่นั้น มือเปล่ามากขึ้นกว่าเช็คเพิ่มความยุติธรรมหน่วยงาน ตัวอย่างเช่นนี่คือการป้องกันที่ดีใน Big Button blind หรือช่วงการเลี้ยงแบบเปิดตั้งแต่ 4 ถึง 8 ♥♣♦หลังจาก 8% ถึง 33 C-bet pot (PioSolver) Lift = Andrea | สีเขียว = โทร | พับสีน้ำเงิน = | การโทรสีเทาของคุณจะต้องเท่ากับ 30% ในช่วงและการเพิ่มช่วงและดูอีก 30% ของช่วงของคุณ การตรวจสอบข้อมูลที่มีการเดินทางระยะไกลที่ไม่ช่วยชีวิต (เช่น A8) แต่ยังรวมถึงคู่ที่มีช่องโหว่ (เช่น 64 และ 55) และ Bluff (ยุค 97) เขาอาจจะช่วยคุณให้รอดได้เนื่องจากเงินในความมั่งคั่งของศัตรูและในเวลาอื่นในระยะยาว เคล็ดลับ # 4 - เดิมพันอย่างจริงจังในสถานการณ์ในการ์ด 100 ตารางด้วยหุ้นที่เท่ากันซึ่งปลอดภัยกับระยะใกล้เย็นและฉันต้องการให้เขาเล่นกลยุทธ์การป้องกันของสถานการณ์ อย่างไรก็ตามเมื่อคุณล้มคู่บนถนนคุณควรจ้างการพนันที่ก้าวร้าวในสงครามค. 100 เดิมพันกับขั้นตอนที่ถูกต้องโดยทั่วไป คำตอบคือมันจะเป็นถั่วที่สะดวกสบายมาก นี่เป็นอีกครั้งสำหรับเจ้านายของเธอที่ไม่มี AK preflop ของพวกเขาใน AG, KQ แบบมือ 3 เดิมพันที่เป็นพรีฟล็อป ปลายดุเกินไปและวางแผนที่จะขยายผลประโยชน์ที่จะนำไปใช้กับถั่ว เคล็ดลับ # 5 - ตรวจสอบว่า Multiway มีหม้อหลายทางอยู่เกือบหมดแล้ว ไม่ใช่สิ่งที่ดีที่สุดในบรรดาคนอื่น ๆ ที่ไม่สามารถยอมรับได้มากกว่าที่จะเข้ามาใกล้พวกเขาแม้แต่กับ Solver เพื่อช่วยเราในการศึกษาว่างานใดของพวกเขาล่าช้ามาก ว่ากันว่าถ้าคุณเชื่อมั่นใน PokerSnowie เราก็เป็นหนึ่งในสิ่งที่ดีที่สุดที่คุณใช้มากที่สุดดูเหมือนว่าจะเล่นในสงครามป้องกัน multiway เสิร์ฟในตะกร้า สิ่งนี้มีแนวโน้มที่จะเล่นในทางที่ถูกต้องเมื่อผู้เล่นหลายคนต่อสู้กับเงินกองกลางความเป็นไปได้ที่จะต่อต้านการแข่งขันที่แข็งแกร่งมากจะเพิ่มขึ้นอย่างมาก ค่านี้เป็นช่วงที่สบายมากซึ่งจะหมายถึงการบลัฟฟ์และจะเป็นช่วงที่สบายมาก สองขนาดของกระดานที่ใช้ในหม้อหลายทางเป็นการดีที่จะนำสิ่งที่ฉันคัดค้านไปสู่มูลค่าของสิ่งนี้ทั้งหมดที่เหมาะสมสำหรับเขา กระดานที่จับคู่และห่อในเวลาเดียวกันในสถานที่ซึ่งผู้เล่นทำได้ง่ายมากและง่ายกว่าที่จะเล่นนอกสถานที่ ให้ฉันกดดันอย่างมากได้รับแรงบันดาลใจจากพรีฟล็อปไม่ว่าพวกเขาจะเป็นผู้ปกป้องพรีฟลอปหรือไม่ก็ตามที่ท้าทายพวกเขาและผู้พิทักษ์ของพวกเขา ทั้งหมดนี้สำหรับบทความนี้! 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Mohegan Sun Poker Room Review: Great Poker Spot in New England
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The Mohegan Sun Poker Room has been a popular destination for poker players in the south-eastern region of Connecticut. The full-service casino offers guests a variety of gaming, entertainment and dining experiences. Those who played at the Mohegan Sun before 2019 would have had to deal with navigating the vast casino floor for some time before finding the poker room. You will be pleased to know that the new Mohegan Sun Poker Room is in the Hall of the Lost Tribes inside the Casino of the Earth by the Autumn Entrance. This has made the poker room much easier to find and can be accessed more conveniently from the Indian Summer and RiverView parking garages. Other amenities that you will find useful at the Mohegan Sun Poker Room are: Automatic Shufflers (keeps the game flowing) USB Charging Slots Tableside food and drink services Massages Phone in List TV’s WiFi With over 30 poker tables, a wide variety of daily poker tournaments, and cash game offerings, you will no doubt be able to find a seat at an action-packed game as you look to have a good time and make some coin. Mohegan Sun Poker Room Review I’m a big fan of poker rooms in casinos having their own private space, and the Mohegan Sun poker room moving to avoid the hustle and bustle of the main casino floor is a good move in my eyes. The poker tables have ample space between them, and the high ceilings remove any feelings of being confined. You have the Johnny Rockets dining area to the right, and if you are waiting for your seat, you can relax at the bar and play some video poker to pass the time. As you would expect, the room is filled with the Native American décor, which gives it a pleasant look. You get to avoid any issues related to cigarettes as the room has a no smoking policy and is further buffered by a smoke-free slots area. Chairs are comfortable and adjustable, and the tables have clean and tidy cloth. Cards and chips are of good quality as well, so you’ll get to enjoy a fairly pleasant experience when playing here, even if you’re in for a long session. Mohegan Sun Poker Room Cash Games The Mohegan Sun Poker room offers a wide variety of games for you to play. However, most of the action revolves around $1/$2 and $2/$5 No Limit Hold'em cash tables, more so on Saturday nights where you can see a dozen $1/$2 tables, alongside a handful of tables offering $2/$5. Daily poker cash games offered at the Mohegan Sun include: If you can’t find what you are looking for, the Mohegan Sun poker room will spread games and limits that are approved if there is enough interest to open a table. However, if you want to play the highest limit games, more Omaha, and other poker variants, Foxwoods poker room is likely the better place for you to play. Mohegan Sun Poker Room Promotions Promotions at the Mohegan Sun fall short when compared to other poker rooms. However, this may just be due to the current pandemic. Players can earn $1 per hour in comps, and there are high hand jackpots that come in fairly frequently. If you manage to play at least 72 hours of cash games at the Mohegan Sun, you’ll also receive a $10 food voucher, which can hardly be described as impressive. Mohegan Sun Poker Room Tournaments Daily tournaments all play as No Limit Hold'em, and there some bounty tournaments throughout the week as well. A nice feature that has been newly added to the daily tournaments is that if you register for a tournament in the first level, you'll get extra 5,000 chips added to your starting stack. A usual weekly tournament schedule at the Mohegan Sun Poker Room looks something like this: Monday 10 am: $85 buy-in (includes $25 bounty), 20,000 starting stack, 15 minute blind levels, and no guarantee 2 pm: $75 buy-in, 15,000 starting stack, 15 minute blind levels, and no guarantee 6 pm: $100 buy-in, 30,000 starting stack, 15 minute blind levels, and no guarantee Tuesday 10 am: $75 buy-in, 15,000 starting stack, 15 minute blind levels, and no guarantee 2 pm: $85 buy-in (includes $25 bounty), 20,000 starting stack, 15 minute blind levels, and no guarantee 6 pm: $120 buy-in, 30,000 starting stack, 20 minute blind levels, and $10,000 guarantee Wednesday 10 am: $75 buy-in, 15,000 starting stack, 15 minute blind levels, and no guarantee 2 pm: $85 buy-in (includes $25 bounty), 20,000 starting stack, 15 minute blind levels, and no guarantee 6 pm: $100 buy-in, 30,000 starting stack, 15 minute blind levels, and no guarantee Thursday 10 am: $75 buy-in, 15,000 starting stack, 15 minute blind levels, and no guarantee 2pm: $85 buy-in (includes $25 bounty), 20,000 starting stack, 15 minute blind levels, and no guarantee 6pm: $120 buy-in, 30,000 starting stack, 20 minute blind levels, and $5,000 guarantee Friday 10 am: $75 buy-in, 15,000 starting stack, 15 minute blind levels, and no guarantee 2 pm: $100 buy-in, 30,000 starting stack, 15 minute blind levels, and no guarantee 6 pm: $120 buy-in, 25,000 starting stack, 20 minute blind levels, and no guarantee Saturday 11 am: $150 buy-in, 25,000 starting stack, 20 minute blind levels, and no guarantee 6 pm: $120 buy-in, 25,000 starting stack, 20 minute blind levels, and no guarantee Sunday 11am: $230 buy-in (includes $100 bounty), 25,000 starting stack, 25 minute blind levels, and no guarantee 5 pm: $120 buy-in, 25,000 starting stack, 20 minute blind levels, and no guarantee — Mohegan Sun Poker Room Staff Regular players of the Mohegan Sun Poker Room speak highly of the team members that help keep the game we love to play running. Dealers are professional and skilled, capable of dealing out many poker hands per hour, and the serving staff is excellent. It has been noted the Mohegan Sun has done well to retain the competent staff since the Encore arrived in New England, poaching some of the best poker staff from other nearby poker rooms. Mohegan Sun Poker Room Parking You’ll have no problem finding space at the Mohegan Sun Poker Room parking area. There are more than 13,000 spaces available for the visitors, so you’ll be in good shape. The room does offer valet parking, but given the current situation, this service has been discontinued until further notice. You can still self-park at the Mohegan Sun parking, though, which is what most players prefer anyway. The parking is free for all guests. If you have a reason to believe that you might not be able to find space (if there is a big event going on at the venue, for example), you can reserve your spot ahead of time, which will cost you around $30. Those of you with Electric Vehicles will be offered complimentary charging stations, while those with RVs will need to get a permit to park their vehicles. Mohegan Sun Casino Games If you love live casino games as much as you love poker, then the Mohegan Sun Casino will get a high score from you. With more than 300,000 square feet of gaming space along with the 33 table poker room, there are more than 300 table games and nearly 5,000 slot machines. Additionally, there is the racebook as well, which has some great innovations and is extremely comfortable. You can follow all the racing action on your personal monitors located in each individual carrel. The plethora of 42” and seven 65” flat screens also means you won't miss any horse or greyhound action. Slots If you like slots, you’ll have a good time here. There are plenty of featured slots on offer with progressive slots that have some eye-watering jackpots. Offering slots that spin from a penny to $100, whatever your choice of slot or stake might be, you’ll be able to find something that suits your needs. Featured slots at the Mohegan Sun Casino include: Wu Dragon Video Slots Lucky Wealth Cat Video Slots Treasure Box Video Slits The Vault Game Series James Bond 007 Game Series Blake Shelton The Wizard of Oz – Munchkinland Flinstones – Welcome to Bedrock Mohegan Sun Table Games At the Mohegan Sun Casino, you will likely find your favorite casino game to play or finally get the chance to play that one game you have always wanted to try. If you take a walk around the vast gaming floor of the Mohegan Sun, you will be able to find casino games like: Many of these games have some massive progressive jackpots too, as of 18 December 2020, some progressive jackpots for games were: Three Card Poker: Minor $2,790, Major $11,317 Criss-Cross Poker: $77,164 Pai Gow Poker: Minor $3,875, Major $17,959, Mega $1,242,837 Double Draw Poker: $195,002 So, if you ever get fed up with crushing poker cash games and binking tournaments, you can have a great time trying to get a slice of one of the above casino jackpots. Mohegan Sun Resort and Casino – What to Expect As you would expect, the main décor of the hotel takes inspiration from the Mohegan culture and gives the place a great feel and look. Hotel rooms are spacious and bright but more subdued than that of the main hotel. Deluxe rooms start at 450 square feet with suites ranging from 845 to 3,500 square feet. Dining Options There are nearly 50 dining options available to you at the Mohegan Sun, from quick bites at Chick-fil-a and Dunkin’ Doughnuts to more upscale dining facilities. The favorite of many is Jasper White’s Summer Shack, which offers delicious chowder and fried shrimp and chicken. If neither of those floats your boat, you'll be able to explore and find something that your stomach is craving. One of the gems at Mohegan Sun is the Clay Pipe Cigar Bar: it’s quaint, cool and the drinks are stiff. Mohegan Sun Resort and Casino – Things to Do (non-gambling activities) Long sessions at the poker felt can take it out of you, and everyone needs a break from poker every now and then. During these brief break periods, there are plenty of things to do that aren’t casino related. The Mohegan Sun Arena is one of the best music and entertainment venues in the area, and you have also got the Wolf Den, which offers free shows for you to view, which has hosted acts like MC Hammer, Blue Oyster Cult, and Salt-N-Pepa – all for free! The Comix Roadhouse offers a great change of pace where you can see some live stand-up performance as well as have a few drinks to see off the night. If you are after something more energetic, then there are plenty of bars and clubs for you to visit as well. Mohegan Sun Poker Room – Keeping You Safe Against Covid-19 Mohegan Sun Casino is committed to keeping all team members, guests, and visitors safe while facing the current pandemic. Some measures in place to keep everyone safe include: Non-invasive temperature checks Mandatory mask-wearing Physical Distancing Enhanced routine cleaning procedures More sanitizing stations Team members have undergone rigorous safety training for everyone's benefit. — Final Thoughts on the Mohegan Sun Poker Room The Mohegan Sun offers a very good poker experience to new and seasoned players alike, and the new room only helps give players the best experience they can have. It is one of the premier destinations in New England, along with Foxwoods. The poker room and casino are comfortable with plenty of variety to keep you from getting bored. The hotel is easy on the eye, and whether you are on your own or with family or friends, there's plenty to do outside the casino. If you get fed up with playing poker or table games, you'll be able to find plenty to do apart from twiddling your thumbs in your hotel room while waiting for the next session.
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How Much Focus Do New Online Casinos Give to Poker?
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If you’re like many poker fans these days, you play Texas Hold’em, Omaha, or 5-Card draw online. Internet-based casinos are easier to access than a taking trip to Las Vegas, after all. They also provide lots of free poker games. As such, you don’t need money to play a few rounds of your favorite game variation. And, if you want to play your for real cash, there are lots of ways to minimize the impact on your bankroll. Bonuses from new online casinos are a great example. New online casinos give poker fans generous bonuses as a welcome gesture. However, it’s not the only way to reward players. Below is an overview of how new gaming sites appeal to online poker fans. A Full Range of Poker Games Many new online casinos feature all the popular poker games. Their goal is to attract as many poker players as possible. They have Texas Hold’em, the most popular variation of the game. And they have Omaha, the poker variant similar to Hold’em, but more action-packed. Depending on the casino, you can also find Seven Card Stud, Razz, 2-7 Triple Draw, and 5-Card Draw. Some sites also feature HORSE, as well as Chinese Poker and Caribbean Stud for those who like the gambling aspect of the game. However, the trendiest way to enjoy online poker is through live casinos. They work like multiplayer video games—you can see and interact with fellow players. Their biggest advantage is that you can socialize and use your skills to beat less-talented players. The disadvantage, and it’s small, is that you need a reliable internet connection and a quality computer or phone. Otherwise, you have to deal with buffering and constant disruptions if your connectivity is poor or your device can’t handle it. Exclusive Bonuses and Rewards As we mentioned, the best poker sites invest a lot in bonuses. You’ll often receive money to play a few hands as soon as you create an account. You get more betting cash after making your first, second, third, and even fourth deposits. Usually, new online casinos like Winny online casino match your deposit 100% up to €100. To be clear, the exact amount varies from one operator to another. Some sites match your money up to €200. Others give you up to €300 or even €1,000. After you become a regular customer, some casinos tend to reduce their bonuses. New online casinos take a different route. They spoil you with all sorts of rewards, from VIP points to cashback offers. Does it matter which specific bonuses you get? It does. Deposit-based bonuses are great. But rewards that don’t need a deposit are even better. On the other hand, look out for casinos with small or no wagering requirements. That way, it’s quicker and easier to withdraw wins from bonuses. Regular Poker Tournaments The best new online casinos aren’t like many websites. They don’t just provide a variety of poker games and let players decide when to play them. Instead, they play an active role in ensuring poker players have a great experience. They host daily, weekly, and monthly tournaments. In many cases, there are multiple competitions to suit different players. There could be a Texas Hold’em tournament open for all players as a VIP-only event. All the same, many new casinos have frequent poker competitions through which you can win generous cash prizes and bonuses. And, if you play and win VIP championships, you could receive free cruises, free travel tickets to your favorite cities, and much more. Quick Deposits and Withdrawals It’s virtually impossible to have a great time playing poker if the banking process is terrible. That’s why many new online casinos put immense focus on a streamlined deposit and withdrawal process. They give you a variety of banking choices—Visa and MasterCard are usually there, as well as Skrill, Neteller, PayPal, Paysafe, Trustly, and other e-wallets. Some sites also allow you to fund your account through cryptocurrencies and direct bank transfers. Deposits are almost always free and start at $10 to $10,000 at most casinos. What's more, the money reflects in your account instantly. When it comes to cashouts, the limits, fees, and processing speeds vary from one site to another. While the best new online casinos process withdrawals on the same days, many operators take 1-3 days. The processing time could increase to five days for bank transfer or if there’s a delay caused by a bank holiday or KYC verification. Poker Guides and Tips Some new online casinos are pretty invested in helping their customers win often. To expound more, they have guides and tutorials to help new players learn how different poker games work. Some dedicated poker casinos even feature poker schools—programs and training courses through which you can perfect your skills. But just in case you join a site without poker guides, know that you can find them in lots of places. Supplementary Slots and Card Games Let’s face it. Most new online casinos don’t invest all their money in poker games. Instead, they diversify through slots and table games like blackjack, roulette, baccarat, craps, and keno. At many sites, slots are the most dominant games. A casino could have 80% slots, 10% table games, 5% video poker, 5% scratch cards, and some bingo. In other words, slots get the most love and for valid reasons. Slots are easy to play, take less time to complete, and can be profitable if you get lucky. Poker-only sites exist. But more and more of these operators also supplement poker games with slots and table games to grow their player-base. Mobile-Friendly Poker Sites Many new casinos show their dedication to poker players by designing their websites to be mobile-friendly. It doesn't matter whether you use an Android or iOS device. Many new online casinos have sites that support mobile gaming. Why play poker on your cell phone? For starters, you probably carry your phone wherever you go. That means you spend more time on your phone than your office desktop. And as a result, it’s only fair that your ideal casino provides mobile gaming. All in all, if you want to play online poker, you can get many nice benefits along the way. While most sites try to diversify and offer more than just poker games, you’ll find that even if you only play poker and nothing else, there are bonuses and VIP schemes out there that will help you enjoy your gaming experience and grow your bankroll.
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Daniel Negreanu Reacts to Hellmuth’s Criticism, Challenges Poker Brat to HU Duel
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The recently concluded grudge match between Daniel Negreanu and Doug Polk created a lot of stir in the poker community and gave everyone hours’ worth of great, high stakes entertainment. Polk came into the match as the favorite and walked away the winner after 25,000 hands, banking $1.2 million for his victory. In the days following the conclusion of the HU challenge, many players shared their views of the match, among others Phil Hellmuth. Hellmuth was supporting Negreanu from the get-go, but he wasn’t too happy about the final result and in a recent interview, the Poker Brat openly stated he was disappointed by the Canadian’s performance. The short, two-minute segment, didn’t go unnoticed by Negreanu, who responded by challenging Hellmuth to a heads up match under his terms. DNegs Quick to Respond to Phil’s Jab Helllmuth’s short statement about Negreanu’s play also included not so thinly veiled brag about his own poker skills. The way Phil explains it, Negreanu’s coaching team was recommended by him as he recognized them as very good and capable players. However, Phil sent them Daniel’s way because they didn’t have much to teach him? It seems Hellmuth is trying to suggest that he already knows everything Negreanu has spent months trying to learn and Polk spent years studying. Daniel wasted no time responding to Phil, challenging him to a heads up match under any terms he wanted: live or online and for whatever number of hands he wanted to play. It goes without saying that the poker community was thrilled to see the Canadian’s reaction, but will Hellmuth go for it? Will There Be a Hellmuth vs. Negreanu HU Match? Phil Hellmuth is known as an outspoken player who holds his own skills in very high regard. The whole Poker Brat attitude has been a part of his persona for years and helped him build a brand around his name. But, facing an open challenge by Negreanu, what are the odds of Phil actually accepting? Personally, I don’t think they are very high at all. While Hellmuth loves to talk the talk, he’s not very likely to walk the walk in the situation where he must know he’s a big underdog. Even if the two had equal skills before the Negreanu – Polk challenge, Daniel has put in countless hours studying HU play and GTO. DNegs was going into the grudge match against the odds and for that alone, he earned some respect from the community and from Polk himself. At this moment in time, the skill gap in the particular format between Negreanu and Hellmuth could be even wider than it was between DNegs and Polk when the grudge match was announced. Even Polk said after the match that he wouldn’t be as thrilled to play Negreanu again as he felt Daniel has improved a lot over the months of the challenge. The Canadian would probably jump at the opportunity to play some one-on-one poker with the Poker Brat and put his newly found skills (that he paid dearly to acquire) to good use. Plus, the skirmish would likely be just as popular (if not more) as the original grudge match. One Is Allowed to Dream In the same video included earlier, Hellmuth boasted his heads-up skills, claiming he’d won 29 of his last 30 HU matches. This is technically right, but these were all short battles, featuring no more than a few hundred poker hands. In a prolonged match that would last 10,000+ hands, DNegs would have to be a clear favorite, just like Polk was against the Canadian. And, to be completely honest, it seems really farfetched that the Poker Brat would accept to play Negreanu in this format. If anything, he might be up for a few hundred poker hands, which is far too small of a sample size to determine who the better player is. One is allowed to hope, though. If Hellmuth and Negreanu were somehow to come to an agreement for an actual, proper heads up match that would include the kind of coverage that we saw in the earlier challenge, it would be a real treat for the fans. Both DNegs and Phil are in the group of the most popular poker players alive and their “grudge” match would attract hundreds of thousands of eyeballs. Is it likely to happen? No, absolutely not – but we sure as hell root for it! And, if the match were to happen, who would you bet on and what odds do you think would be fair?
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How to Overcome the Fear of Playing Live Poker
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Making a transition from online to live poker tables can be overwhelming. Even if you have years of online experience, you can find yourself in a tough spot very quickly, as live poker comes with an entirely new set of challenges. Professional poker players you go up against at live poker tables are like sharks. They’ll smell your fear and anxiety and use it to their advantage. To be more successful at No Limit Hold’em, you must beat the stress and nervousness that comes with it. On this page, you’ll find the best tips on how to overcome the fear of playing live poker. Surmounting the Biggest Fears in Live Poker Regardless of how technically sound and strategic you are, fear can completely dismantle your poker game. It’s instinctual, something you can’t prepare for or eliminate when you sit down at your first live poker table. But, being aware of it before you play your first live game will allow you to recognize the problem and act on it. There are three major fears that are limiting your potential in live poker: The Fear of Money Although you shouldn’t be playing poker just for the prizes, money is undoubtedly a driving force of the industry. And, as such, it comes with an aura of fear and pressure. The fear of money is particularly present if you’re betting large amounts or if you’ve managed to reach the latter stages of a poker tournament. This is when most players usually start doubting their decisions and worrying about how one wrong choice can cost them the main prize. Just keep in mind that the player you’re going up against is in the exact same situation. He might also be sweating and fearing losing the money he’s come so close to. If you manage to control your fear of money and turn it against your opponent, you can control outcomes with much greater success. If you still lose at the end, bear in mind that you won’t go home empty-handed. Coming in second can still be very lucrative. The Fear of Losing It doesn’t matter how skilled or experienced you are. The fear of losing can come anytime out of the blue. Although the fear of loss can help you make rational decisions, letting it overwhelm you will hold you back, block your mind, and often cause you to lose quicker. The best way to deal with the fear of losing is to accept it. In truth, this is the only way. While it may sound counterproductive to say that you should learn to lose, it’s a simple fact. This is because, even as a pro, you won’t win the vast majority of the tournaments, and you’ll often be on the losing end of individual hands. The key to success comes in understanding this and focusing your efforts on tournaments and poker hands in which you have the chance of winning. If you lose, you’ve lost. Don’t dwell on the results of the hand alone. Instead, focus your energy on analyzing your decision-making process and improving it for the future. If your goal is to simply have fun, other casino games can have even better payout percent than poker, so you should take this game seriously and focus on the things you can actually influence. The Fear of Embarrassment One of the biggest fears poker players have, especially those just starting, is the fear of embarrassment. No one wants to look dumb in front of other people, particularly when a foolish mistake can cost you real money. That said, the fear of embarrassment is mostly unfounded and certainly something you shouldn’t allow to influence your decisions. No matter how hard you try, the chances are high that you’ll sometimes make a silly mistake. With that in mind, you should focus only on making the right decision. If you think a particular play is correct, don’t let the fear of embarrassment prevent you from putting yourself in a good spot. It’s important to mention that self-awareness is a vital part of being successful in poker. Being aware of what you’re doing and understanding your behavior patterns will help you improve and become a more formidable opponent. The best advice to keep in mind when it comes to this is getting over it and not locking yourself in your mind. The Importance of Building up Confidence Every poker player goes through phases of insecurity. But, it’s how you come out at the end of it is what matters. It’s normal to have doubts about your hand or whether the other player has something on you, but you should never let yourself fall into a pattern of anxiety. Build self-confidence on your good plays, as well as your errors, and cultivate a mindset of continuous improvement. Besides building up your shape mentally and emotionally, getting physically in shape can also play an essential role in becoming more successful at live poker. As this is a sedentary game, poker decreases your physical health the more you play it. Being more active and exercising in your free time can significantly help you develop stamina and a sound poker mind that will be tough to crack. A Quick Sum Up Overcoming the fear of playing live poker can be difficult, especially if you’re an anxious person by nature. The best answer to this problem is experience. The only way to overcome the fear of playing live poker is to push through it until you feel comfortable around the tables. In most cases, the fear comes up as an unfounded projection in your head. After all, what’s the worst that can happen? You’ll either win or lose money at the end of the day. Nothing will happen to you or anyone else at the table, especially if you employ good bankroll management. You own your thoughts and feelings, which is why you should control them. You can’t be afraid of losing or embarrassing yourself, as these things will only distract you from the main reason you came to play. Remember that you came to win, so make sure to bring your best game to the poker table, as that's all you can really do on any given session!
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Should You Stick to One Poker Room or Move Around?
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One of the most significant conveniences of online poker is that you have the ability to simultaneously play at as many sites and tables as you can physically handle. Thanks to this, you can win more money over the same period and tailor your gaming experience to your particular needs and preferences. But what is the better option? Should you stick to just one site, or are you better served playing at multiple sites? Pretty much all poker rooms offer at least the most popular variations like No Limit Hold’em and Pot Limit Omaha, so that’s usually not an issue. So, what else should you think about when deciding whether to put all your eggs in one basket or diversify your action across multiple poker sites? Pros & Cons of Playing at One Poker Site When you first start playing, you’ll probably find a room that you like and begin there. But, should you be happy sticking to just one site or spend your time looking for other opportunities out there to add to the mix? There are two sides to that coin. Pros Most players prefer playing on one platform when playing poker, especially those who play the game recreationally and are primarily looking to relax and enjoy. This is mainly because this practice offers them many substantial advantages, including: It’s easy to set up one poker account, and you can be up and running within minutes. You don’t have to keep track of multiple login details for each site, there’s only one app you need to learn to use, and all of your money will be in one place. You’re Familiar with the Setting If you commit to one poker site, you can better familiarize yourself with its platform and enjoy a more comfortable experience. Moreover, if you’re playing on one site exclusively and mostly stick to the same tables, you’ll likely be playing against the same players. You’ll be able to familiarize yourself with their style of play and win more often. Loyalty Bonuses are Easier to Claim All poker loyalty bonuses revolve around the frequency of play. And, since you’re playing on one poker platform exclusively, you’ll reach the bonus requirements sooner. The more you play at the site, the quicker you’ll be able to generate the rake required to unlock bonuses, rewards, and other perks on offer. Cons There are, of course, some disadvantages to playing on just one site. While these cons aren’t necessarily deal-breakers for most players, they are something to think about. Most successful poker players always look for an edge and try to avoid putting themselves in a disadvantageous position. So, keep these cons in mind when figuring out your options. Not all poker sites offer the same variety of games. Major platforms such as PokerStars and partypoker cover the most options, but some smaller sites don’t provide this convenience. By sticking to one site, you might be missing some variations that are potentially available at alternative sites. You might like a particular site for their software, bonuses, or whatever else. However, if there is a lack of player traffic on the site, your profits will suffer. If player numbers start to dwindle, you won’t be able to put in enough poker hands, and tournament guarantees will decrease. It’s understandable you want to remain loyal to a poker room, especially if they treated you well, but you can’t afford to do it at your own expense. So, if you notice these trends, it’s time to start looking for alternatives. You’re Missing out on Bonuses It’s hardly a secret that the best and most generous offers on all sites are reserved for new players. A poker or casino welcome bonus can provide a big boost for your bankroll. When you’re playing exclusively on one poker site, you’re missing out on other potentially lucrative deals on other platforms. This isn't to say that you should be joining poker sites for bonuses alone, as other aspects, such as safety, player traffic, and reputation, are equally as important, but keep your eyes peeled for any lucrative offers that might pop up. Playing on Multiple Sites Playing on multiple sites is common practice for more skilled and experienced players. It’s probably best to stick to one site when you’re just starting, but as you become better and want to take things more seriously, you’ll probably want to spread your wings. Pros Spreading your action across multiple poker rooms has quite a few advantages that you should know about. These are some of the most important ones: Signing up with several poker sites means that you’ll also be able to claim multiple welcome offers, bonus deals, and ongoing bonuses available at each different site. Of course, chasing after multiple bonuses at the same time will likely require you to put in more hours, so you need to be prepared for that. Having access to good bonus deals is always a plus, especially for those who play poker for a living but you should never allow the quality of your game to suffer because you’re playing too long sessions or running more tables than you can handle. More Extensive Variety of Poker Games More sites equal more games. With more available platforms to play at, you can explore more options and enjoy a different experience in each poker site you play. At some point, you might want to dip your toes in less-popular variations like Razz, for example. This might require you to set up an account with a new room, especially if you’re currently playing on a smaller site. More Action Around the Clock When playing on multiple sites, you'll rarely find yourself in a position where no games are running on your preferred stake, be it cash games or tournaments. Even if you can only find a few tables on each site, you can easily get up to nine or ten tables if you're running three rooms simultaneously. Tournament players are particularly motivated to have accounts with more than one room. Different sites run different tournament series with big prize pools and a lot of action. If you spread your action correctly, there’ll always be something to keep you busy. Cons Playing on multiple sites also has a few critical cons you should be aware of before spreading your money across several platforms. Keep these in mind when making your decision. Different online poker platforms don’t necessarily run well together. You might experience software issues when running multiple clients at the same time. These issues can hurt your gaming experience and, more importantly, can cost you money. This goes for various poker tools as well. You’ll need to set up your HUD for every site separately, and might have to deal with strange or unexpected errors along the way. You’ll Need a Bigger Bankroll When playing on several sites, you'll need more money at your disposal. You want to have enough money in each account to last you a few sessions, at least so that you don't have any unnecessary downtime. This isn’t a con on its own, but it is an inconvenience, especially if you’re early on in your poker career. While moving money online has become much easier today than it used to be in the past, you’ll still have to wait at least a few hours to transfer money from one site to another. So, try to keep your bankroll management aligned with the number of rooms you're playing at. It's usually better to play at fewer sites but have enough money in your accounts to endure the variance and losing stretches. Quality of Play Across Sites Can Vary Another important thing to remember when playing on multiple rooms is that the overall quality of play on a certain stake can be quite different. For example, NL100 on PokerStars is quite different from the same games on some small room filled with recreational players. This means that you’ll need to employ different strategies on different tables. What works on one site won’t necessarily work on the other. This can be rather hard to track in real-time and with several tables running. You will have to focus more during your sessions to make sure you’re making the best plays. A Brief Summary Hopefully, this detailed comparison has helped you decide which option is best for you. You’ve also probably noticed how some of these pros and cons affect users on a more individual level. Not every poker player chases bonuses, nor does every player want to spread his money over several sites. This is entirely normal and understandable. The only thing that matters is that you make a suitable decision based on what you’re looking for. Regardless of whether you choose to stick to one poker room exclusively or play on several ones so you can move around, always make sure to play to the advantages and minimize the drawbacks. Ultimately, it's about making the most out of your time spent playing, both in terms of profits and entertainment, so you need to figure out what the right option is for you, and the only real way to do it is by putting yourself to the test. In this particular matter, the experience will be your best teacher.
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Canasta Rules – Learn How To Play This Fun Card Game
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If you're looking for a simple card game that you can learn and start playing in a matter of minutes, this one is probably not for you. You'll have a much better time learning even poker rules as canasta just wasn't made with simplicity in mind. This isn't to say that the game can't be a lot of fun once you get the hang of it and figure it out. Canasta rules are quite complicated, primarily because there are many moving parts you'll have to worry about during any individual hand. Like with most card games, once you learn how to play canasta and have played a few times, it will all become much easier. You'll still make some mistakes here and there, but these will become fewer in numbers with each new hand you play. If you're looking to learn the rules of the canasta card game, you've come to the right place. This article will teach you everything from start to finish, but you'll need to pay attention and read it carefully. Main Info: Mostly played by 4 players You will need two decks of cards and jockers Canasta Game Glossary Melds – groups of cards of the same rank placed face-up on the table. Wild cards – in canasta, jokers, and deuces are wilds and can form or extend melds. Canasta – a meld containing at least seven cards. Natural canasta – a meld containing seven or eight cards of the same rank without any jokers or deuces. Blocking the deck – playing a card (a deuce or a black three) that prevents the player from using a card from the discard pile. Going out – completing the game by getting rid of all cards in your hand. It can only be done when there is at least one canasta placed by the partnership. Canasta Card Game Preparation Canasta is a team game usually played by four players in two teams. During the game, you'll need to cooperate with your partner to some degree to score the most points possible. You'll also need two decks of regular playing cards and four jokers to boot. That's pretty much all there is to it as far as logistics go. The final thing required to play canasta is a pen and a simple piece of paper to track the score. So, while the Canasta card game is quite complicated, you at least won't need to go shopping for any special items like in the Cribbage game to get started. If you're into card games in general, you probably already have everything that's needed kicking about your house. Canasta Rules – Master The Basics In some ways, canasta rules are similar to those of rummy, but they aren't as simple or as easy to learn. If you do have a rummy background, though, it should be much easier to figure this game as you'll already have an idea about the concept of melds and trying to go out by getting rid of all the cards in your hand. Canasta Game Objective The goal of canasta is to reach the accumulative total of 5000 points between you and your partner. To get to this goal, you'll need to play at least a few hands. The first team to get to 5000 points wins the game. The main way to earn points in Canasta is by forming melds and placing them on the table. Melds can only be formed with cards of the same rank and wild cards (jokers and deuces). You can't use sequences to make melds. Dealing Cards in Canasta At the start of the round, all players are dealt 11 cards each, face down. The dealer starts with the first player to the left and hands them one card, and continues the process, moving clockwise. Once all players have 11 cards in their hands, the rest of the deck is placed in the middle of the table to serve as the stock. With this, the dealing part is done, and the game can begin. You'll find out more about how to play canasta in just a moment, but there are first a few more things that need to be explained. Canasta Scoring Rules As already mentioned, your team's goal in canasta is to reach 5000 points. This is a big number, which suggests that scoring in canasta is quite complex. Points are always calculated at the end of a hand once one side successfully goes out. The first order of business is looking at the melds on the table and adding up values, according to these rules: Jokers are worth 50 points Deuces, which are also wild in this game, are worth 20 points Aces are worth 20 points Eights through Kings (inclusive) are worth 10 points each Threes through Sevens are worth 5 points According to the above rules, when one player goes out, all remaining players will also receive negative points for any cards left in their hand. If you end up with a King and a 7 in your hand when the round completes, your partnership will get -15 points. Bonus points are awarded for forming canastas, i.e., melds containing seven or more cards. Natural canastas contain no wild cards, while mixed canastas are those containing at least one wild card. Natural canasta is worth 300 points Mixed canasta is worth 500 points Wild canasta (containing a mix of jokers and deuces) is worth 1,000 points The additional bonus of 100 points is awarded to the team that goes out, i.e., when one player gets rid of all cards in their hand. If the player going out has no cards in front of them (except for tabled red threes), the going out bonus is doubled to 200 points. Power of Red Threes in Canasta While deuces are wild in Canasta and can be used to form or extend melds, red threes play a different special role in this game. Namely, these cards are never used to form melds. Instead, a player will table a red three as soon as they get it and draw another card. Each tabled red three is worth 100 points at the end of the round. If one team manages to table all four red threes in a round, their score is doubled for a total of 800 points. Using Canasta Cards to Keep Score For new players, remembering all this information can be difficult. Luckily, we created canasta cards where all the scoring information is readily available at a glance, and you can download it by clicking here. You'll definitely want to have this canasta card handy for the first few games you play. How to Play Canasta Card Game Now that the boring part is out of the way, you can actually get down to business and learn how to play canasta. The playing part is quite complicated as well, and you shouldn't expect the gameplay to be as simple as in Go Fish, but it gets easier with time. Playing a hand of canasta Once all players have their 11 cards as described earlier, the rest of the deck is played in the middle to serve as the stock. The dealer then turns over the first card from the stock and place it next to it, face-up, to start the discard pile. If the first card is a red three, the new card from the deck is drawn and placed on top of the three. If the first card drawn is a deuce, it is turned sideways so that it remains visible when new cards are placed on top of it, and the next card is drawn from the stock. When a discard pile contains a deuce, whether from the initial draw or because one of the players decided to discard it, it is blocked, and special rules apply. These rules will be explained in a minute. Once the discard pile is started according to canasta rules, the action begins with the first player to the dealer's left. If the first player to act has any red threes in their hand, they'll place them onto the table in front of them, face-up. Then, they'll proceed to draw the card. You have two options when it comes to drawing a card: Draw from the stock Draw from the discard pile, but only if you can use the card to form a meld or add to an existing one If the player draws the top card from the discard pile, they'll also take all the other cards in the discard pile and add them to their hand. Before passing on the action, the player has an option to place completed melds onto the table and add cards to any existing melds placed by them or their partner. Canasta Rules for Creating Melds In canasta, melds can only be formed with cards of the same rank, for example, Kings or Fives, and wild cards (jokers and deuces). You can have as many cards as you want in a meld, but there are a few important rules to keep in mind: To start a meld, you have to have at least three cards in it (i.e., QQQ, or KK2, or 99 and a Joker) The number of wild cards in a meld must never be higher than the number of natural cards, i.e., KK222 isn't a valid meld, while KKK22 is fine. The team can never have two melds of the same rank placed separately on the table. If you already have a meld of Queens out there, you can only add to it. You can't start a new meld of Queens. You can only add cards to melds placed by you and your partner, not the ones belonging to your opponents. Melds of black threes can only be placed on the table when the player is going out. Melds containing seven or more cards are called canastas and bring additional points, as explained in the canasta scoring section. You don't get any special bonuses for canastas containing eight, nine, or more cards. You'll get the canasta bonus and points for the card values, but canasta is only worth 300 or 500 points, regardless of the total number of cards it contains. Finally, rules pertaining to the initial melds' total depend on how many points your partnership has. Depending on your points' total, these are requirements for the first melds of a round: Between 0 and 1,499 points – total count of 50 (i.e., AAA is enough) 1,500 to 2,999 points – 90 – (for example, a meld containing two Aces and a Joker or two melds adding up to 90) Over 3,000 points – 120 (i.e., four Kings and two Aces with a Joker) Blocking the Discard Piles: Black Threes and Deuces There are two ways you can block the discard pile in the canasta game. The first one is by playing any black three when you're done with your move. Discarding a black three will prevent the opponent from acting after you by taking a card from the discard pile. The other way to block the discard pile is by throwing away any deuce. When you discard a deuce, it will be placed sideways onto the pile and will block all players from taking cards from the pile until they're able to use the discarded card to form a meld of their own. If a deuce is played, you can't take a discard to add it to any existing melds, limiting your options. Going Out in Canasta The play in canasta will continue until one player manages to get rid of all of the cards in their hand. However, you can't do this whenever you want, even if you have the melds to do it. To go out, you'll need to have at least one canasta completed between you and your partner. When there is a canasta on the table, you're allowed to go out by getting rid of the remaining cards in your hand (by melding them or adding them to existing melds) and throwing away your last card onto the discard pile. Canasta rules allow you to verbally communicate with your partner. If you're ready to go out, you can ask the partner if they think you should do it. Depending on what cards they're holding at the moment, they might tell you to go ahead and do it or ask you to wait. Once a player goes out, the round is over, and points are added up according to the canasta scoring rules described earlier. Melds are added up Bonuses are awarded And points are deducted for the cards still held by the players. Final scores are then recorded, and the new hand of canasta can begin! The game will continue until one team reaches the 5,000 points mark. Canasta Card Game Tips & Strategy While the number of canasta tips and guides is not nearly as big as that of poker tips you can find online, the game does involve some strategy. Learning at least some basics should help you quickly improve your results. One of the most important things you'll want to focus on when playing canasta is keeping track of the discard pile. Knowing what cards you can find there can be of great value and help you figure out the right moment to claim the pile and achieve the maximum number of points. You want to keep your deuces for as long as possible as these are very powerful cards that open up your options. However, always be careful not to hold on to them for too long as you don't want to end up with one or more of them in your hand when the opponent goes out. Locking the pack with a deuce can be a valid strategy, but it doesn't make much sense if no one has put out any melds yet. So, don't do it just for the sake of doing it. Finally, try to hold on to your black threes for as long as possible. These can come in handy in some situations to make the game harder on your opponents, and you're in no rush to throw them away. If you have three or more, you can always meld them when the time comes to go out. Canasta: A Complicated but Fun Game After reading this rather extensive article, you should know all there is to know to start playing canasta. Don't worry about making some mistakes initially, as this is bound to happen in a game with so many rules and exceptions. After all, it just a card game, and you're in no rush. Remember, practice makes perfect. And, if this article didn't give you enough to think about, feel free to check out our article on poker GTO strategy. After reading that, canasta may not feel that complicated after all.
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Poker Rebuy Tournament Strategy – Get Most Out of Your Chips
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Rebuy poker tournaments used to be quite popular in the past when they were the only real alternative to freezeout poker events. Unlike freezeout MTTs, rebuy poker tournaments allow you to buy more chips when you lose your chips. So, there are some interesting strategic adjustments required if you want to excel in this particular format. This article will provide you with a host of valuable tips on how to play rebuy MTTs for optimal results. While you don’t need to deviate too much from a solid and sound MTT poker strategy to do well in rebuys, there are certain aspects you’ll need to pay attention to and understand to successfully implement required tweaks. What Are Rebuy Poker Tournaments? First of all, if you’re new to this format, it’s important to understand what makes this format unique and different from, say, re-entry events. There are several defining aspects that make rebuy MTTs different from any other format, namely: If you bust during the rebuy period, you can simply buy more chips. You can usually buy more chips if you fall below the starting stack. You can usually buy 2x the starting stack. You often have an option for an add-on after the rebuy period. In practice, let’s say everyone starts the tournament with 5,000 in chips. In most rebuys, you can immediately buy 5,000 more, usually for the buy-in's original price. If you lose your entire stack, you can buy just one stack (5,000), or you can immediately go for two (10,000). What differentiates poker rebuy events from re-entry MTTs is that you don't have to pay additional rake every time, and you don't have to move tables. You can buy chips on the spot and keep playing. In fact, you can only buy poker chips on the spot when you bust. You can’t get up and leave and buy back in once the rebuy period is about to close. You either do it immediately after losing the stack, or you’re out. Importance of Add-ons in Rebuy Tournaments Before moving on to the actual strategy, another aspect of rebuy tournaments needs to be discussed and explained, the add-on. At the end of the rebuy period, regardless of how long it may last, you will usually have an option to buy an add-on. For the price of buy-in, you will be able to get extra chips in your stack, usually at least two times the starting stack, but sometimes it can be even more. Many players make the mistake of being too cheap when it comes to buying add-ons. The fact of the matter is, you should almost always buy these extra chips, even if you have a seemingly big stack. You shouldn’t be thinking along the lines of saving that one buy-in if you decide to play rebuy poker tournaments, especially if you have good bankroll management. Those additional chips can make the difference between busting in a hand later on or still having chips to play on. Like in all tournaments, your first goal is to make money. The second is to build a big stack that can help take you to the final table. In both cases, those add-on chips are extremely valuable. Your chips are your tools in MTTs, and you want to have as many of them available as you can. If you have a ridiculous stack and the add-on would only constitute like 1% or 2% of it, I guess you can pass on it, but otherwise, I think you should always go for an add-on. Poker Rebuy Strategy by Phases With these technicalities out of the way, it’s time to dig into some actual strategic considerations. The best way to do this is to break the tournament into three main stages and see how you can adjust your play and poker hand ranges. The Rebuy Stage: Wild & Crazy Action Even in high stakes rebuy MTTs, the first few levels of a tournament can be really insane. Since you can't really bust, many players take the high variance approach to put themselves in marginal or even –EV spots to build a big stack. Approaching rebuy poker tournaments in this way is fun but not necessarily most profitable. When everyone else is gambling it up, you should actually tighten up to play fewer poker hands and wait for good spots. You should get plenty of these during the first few levels as people will look for any excuse to get their chips in the middle. Straight draws, flush draws, and whatever else you can think of will somehow be good enough to play for stacks. The best adjustment you can make is to stay patient and wait for big hands. When you do pick up big hands, either preflop or on the flop, you want to bet big, raise, and re-raise. For example, say you pick up pocket Kings. In a regular tournament, you may want to try and be tricky to get someone to give you action, but you don't need to do this in a rebuy poker MTT. Someone will almost always give you action anyways, and you don't want six people seeing the flop. If there is a raise in front of you, make a big 3-bet and try to get as many chips in the middle while you are pretty confident you're ahead. Similarly, if you have a big hand on the flop, like a set or top two pair, push hard. People will go against the odds to try and complete their draws, so make sure to charge them properly. Nobody’s folding a flush draw in a rebuy tournament, promise. Middle Stages of a Poker Rebuy Tournament The middle stage of rebuy poker MTT begins after the rebuy phase is over and players have bought their add-ons. At this point, the tournament begins a regular freezeout as you no longer have an option to buy more chips. Your strategy for the middle phase will mostly depend on your stack size. The good thing about rebuy tournaments is that you should never be super-short as you always have an add-on to boost your chip count a bit. Of course, this isn't the rule, as you can be around the starting stack when the break comes, and buying the add-on might put you at around a 15 – 20 big blind mark. If you’re on a short stack, look for chances to double up. With a middling stack, you can pay more attention to poker positions and try to steal some pots along the way to keep you hovering until your big opportunity comes. One thing you should keep in mind, though, especially during the first couple of levels after the break, is that not all players will make the mental transition. Some will still play the same strategy they used during the rebuy period, i.e., playing extremely loose and aggressive with marginal hands. Keep an eye out for these players, as they are your best opportunity to get your chips in the middle in a great spot. Final Stages of a Rebuy Poker MTT As you get closer to the final table, you will have to pay attention to two things. The first one is, obviously, ICM. The second one is continuing to build your stack for the final table. Like in all tournaments, as you get deeper and the field gets smaller, those pay jumps will become increasingly better. So, you will have to do some calculations to figure out certain spots, as there is more to it than just direct odds. To find out more about ICM, check out this article as it will help you a lot in rebuy tournaments and MTTs in general. At the same time, you want to keep building your stack. The bulk of the money is at the final table, especially in the first few spots. This is your ultimate goal, and some players will even make deliberate ICM mistakes to try and make a dominant stack. Where rebuys differ from freezeouts in late stages is that you’ll often play deeper. Because of all the extra chips pumped in during the rebuy period, the average stack will usually be somewhat bigger than in a standard MTT. While knowing your push-fold ranges is still important, you’ll also need to get comfortable playing some trickier spots on the flop and after, with the added pressure of ICM and the final table looming. Pros of Poker Rebuy Tournaments There are several great things about rebuy tournaments, which you need to know about if you’re considering this format. In several aspects, they’re simply better than freezeout MTTs, and that’s just the fact. Bigger Prize Pools The first and the most obvious advantage of rebuy MTTs is that prize pools will generally be bigger than for the same buy-in level of freezeouts. All the rebuys and add-ons quickly add up, especially from those players who don’t care about how much they spend and just want to make a big stack. Lower Level of Play Even good players tend to get carried away in poker rebuy events and make suboptimal decisions looking to stack up. Additionally, this format attracts gamblers who love the rush and adrenaline. Knowing they can’t bust, they will splash around like crazy, which makes your job that much easier. Mistakes & Bad Beats Aren’t as Punishing Busting out of a tournament sucks, and it will always suck, no matter how long you've been around. Rebuys aren't as painful because if you suffer a bad beat or make a bad read, you can buy more chips and jump straight back in. It will cost you some more money, but at least you aren't headed for the rail. Rebuy Poker MTTs Cons Of course, rebuy events have their “dark” side as well. They definitely aren’t everyone’s cup of tea. Keep these cons in mind when weighing your options. Much Bigger Variance You probably know that the variance in tournaments is brutal. Any MTT player will tell you that you can go on long and painful runs where you don't make a significant score for dozens and even hundreds of tournaments. In rebuys, the variance can be even harsher because there is more gambling involved. You’ll have to deal with some really ugly and weird beats, and just how it is. The thing is, those times that you do build a huge stack and win a tournament, it’s still just one tournament. You don’t get bonus points for having a huge stack throughout the event. Rebuy MTTs Are More Bankroll Intensive If you want to play rebuy poker tournaments, you’ll need a bigger bankroll than you’d need for freezeouts at the same level. This is pretty self-explanatory. Even if you only bought one bullet each time and an add-on, you’re still paying twice as much. You Need More Self-control While it sucks to bust out of a tournament, once you do bust out, that’s it. You can no longer make your situation worse. You’ll have some time to cool off and calm down before you sit down to play again. In rebuys, things can get out of control quickly. After a few bad beats, you might start feeling like you’re “due” and throwing your chips left and right to win some big pots. Before you know it, you’ll be in for a bunch of buy-ins without much to show for it. Rebuy Poker Tournaments: Yay or Nay? So, to sum things up, are rebuy tournaments a good way to go about building your bankroll and making money out of poker? Absolutely! In many ways, rebuy poker MTTs are great as they aren’t as challenging, especially at lower buy-in levels, and you’ll be able to get to later stages quite frequently with a big stack. As long as you can adjust to the rebuy environment following tips from this article, you should be posting good results. On the flip side, this format can be quite heavy on your bankroll, and it will require you to stay cool-headed and not get carried away. Otherwise, you'll start making the very mistakes that make this format so profitable in the first place. That said, you can always join a poker training site and up your game to the next level. If you do decide to give rebuy poker tournaments a go, here are the final few tips to take away: Play tight during the rebuy stage and wait for your opponents to make mistakes. Play your big hands fast and try to get tricky – it's unnecessary & can be counterproductive. You should almost always take an add-on. Once the rebuy period is over, look for the players who are still in the “rebuy mode.” Don’t forget about the importance of ICM and making those pay jumps.
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