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Evolution is the Name of The Game
Posted on : 10/13/2007 04 AM
Poker is a game that involves evolution. Once you start playing poker, you must keep improving your game. With the passage of time, the skills of other players improve and you must be well equipped to face the toughest of challenges. A player who assumes that the skills he has developed are good enough to fetch him a victory all his life is wrong. In Poker, the learning never stops. It doesn’t cease once you know how to play the game. To master the game, you need to sharpen your skills as well as develop newer and far more advanced skills to counter opponents who would be far better than those you would have faced in the early days of your poker career.

The first step in Poker is easy. Consistency in the game is not a tough thing to achieve. With constant practice, you can improve your game. Most players acquire the basic knowledge of how to play the game with no difficulty. They would know how to play with reasonable pot odds, how to sustain one’s game play even when a pot is lost and when to play a particular hand. However, playing the game the right way is not the essence of poker. You need to be good enough to win a game every time you sit at a table. And this knowledge is not obtained from books. This is acquired through a constancy of understanding the value of evolution. You need to look at the game with various perspectives. Learn how to play one hand in different ways. Know how to adapt to different situations. And this learning never stops.

Winning poker players develop the art of knowing what to do when. They analyze the game like a scientist and identify ways in which winning decisions are made. Great players adapt to different situations by learning incessantly. They understand the value of analyzing information to build on one’s strengths to become a better player in future. A good player knows when an opponent is going to bluff by using the information that he had gained in a previous game. More often than not, these players are right with their judgment. They know how other players would react in different circumstances and thereby, modify their game accordingly.

Bluffing is a key strength of most players. They get away with a bluff when other players fail to read it. However, good players know when a bluff is coming. If you’re a player who is playing a game not just for the fun of it, you must develop the art of being able to decipher an opponent’s actions. This is possible when you have been consistent in your analysis of past games. When you are able to do that, you always have a significant edge over most of your opponents. Although you may not be able to do this always, you can get your anticipation right almost ninety percent of the time.

Imagine you have made a flush draw when there is no possibility of getting the best hand without it. If your past analysis is right, you can anticipate your opponent’s action accurately. You will know what he would do in the flush draw in case he misses it. It is not difficult to read a bluff. However, it requires great skill to be able to predict a bluff beforehand. And this is the kind of skill you must look to develop.

These skills are very helpful when you are at a disadvantage by being the first to act. If you can predict what your opponent would do, you can act accordingly and gain an advantage.
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