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Poker Cash Game

Another important tip for beginners is to make sure you buy-in for the full amount at the table. If you’re playing a $1/$2 game with a maximum buy-in of 100 big blinds, you should always try bringing the full $200 to the table if possible. You don’t want to win a big hand and only have $50 in your chip stack since big hands don’t come that often in poker.

Never played scared poker either or else you’re never going to be successful. Playing against an aggressive player isn’t always fun, but these types of players are easy to trap. I see a lot of new players fold good hands against an aggressive player’s bet because they don’t want to risk their stack. In poker you need to be willing to risk everything you have on the table at any given time if you think you’ve got the best.

My final beginner tip is bankroll management. It’s fine to go all-in while playing, but it isn’t fine to be going all-in in one hand with a large percentage of your bankroll. There is a lot of variance in poker and if you don’t manage your bankroll you’ll never be able to make it through the rough times in poker. You could go days without a winning session and it’s important your bankroll can handle the losing streaks.