Holdem Tactics – How To Become A Champion Poker Player In 60 Days

March 02, 2011 :: Posted by - admin :: Category - Poker Articles

Holdem Tactics – How To Become A Champion Poker Player In 60 Days

Want to become a champion – and I mean a real winner – poker player in 60 days. Well these Holdem tactics will enable you too. Read them now.

The very fact that you are reading this means that you, like me, are interesting in becoming a true champion poker player. You either enjoy poker very much, are attracted to the probability, risk or fun side of it or like the aspect that it can provide you money. And for this reason I’ll know you’ll enjoy this Holdem tactics article and will feel the urge pushing you to continue learning more.

The No Frills Holdem Tactics Guide For You To Become A Profitable Poker Player In 60 Days – Or Less.

Week 1 – Learn the rules

You’ll need to learn how to play Holdem for starters. Learn the rules, how to play, what a bet, blind and button are. The move you can make. Learn all the little rules that govern what happens in weird event, like if two people have the same hand, and how much you can bet if you have a small stack, etc.

Week 2 and 3 – Dig into strategies and tips

Now’s the time to learn some serious Holdem tactics. You’ll need to get on the net, get in a library and start learning. You need to know a great range of Holdem tactics you can use to dominate your opponents. Learn TAG, LAG, cut-offs, blind stealing, starting getting into a big of probability and poker psychology.

It’s crucial in these two weeks that you learn as much as you can for free, but also start writing down any paid/cost opportunities you see. These could be books from amazon, poker guides or courses from websites, or whatever. Don’t buy anything now, just write them down.

Week 4 and 5 – Start playing low limits

Notice how it’s been a month and you are just sitting down to play? This is how you become really good really fast – for really cheap. By learning all the basic Holdem tactics first you are going in with half a chance of winning. Sit down at the super super low limit tables, the penny tables, the 1c tables, and start trying out what you have learned.

In these weeks you’ll also want to browse over your previous ‘wish list’ of books and courses that you think would help. Depending on these, how you feel, what type of player you want to be, how much money you have, pick 1 or 2 (or 3) and purchase them.

Week 6 and 7 – Amp it up

As soon as you get the books and courses go through them. It will probably take you a good few hours to read a solid book. You need to read it 2 or 3 times, and every time you read it you have to take notes. Write down things that stand out, things you learnt, ideas you think will really be profitable.

Now you’re ready to move up the stakes a little bit. Move up to what your bankroll can comfortably support. You need 20 times the sit down table limit in your bankroll. OK? Stick to that rule.

When you start playing you should be doing so with a lot of concentration. You should be thinking about every single thing, thinking about all the Holdem tactics you have learnt, looking at your notes, have you books at arms reach. You really need to try really hard here.

If you are going to have any difficulties it will be around here. Usually you’ll hit an emotional barrier where you are succeeding, and you brain doesn’t want you to succeed, so you will sabotage yourself. It’s very common if you have always had quite a poor life and you are nor making money.

Week 8

By now you should have maybe one or two really good Holdem tactics that are making you money and you can comfortably repeat or replicate this over and over. Pretty cool hey? So now you can lean on these strategies to make you money along the way and repeat weeks 2 to 8 over and over for more and more strategies.

You’ll naturally become a very good poker player and all of a sudden, you will just be using all these Holdem tactics all the time and making all these good decisions with everything you know. At this point you might not be a World Poker Tour winner but you’ll be pretty good and a lot better than 99.9% of poker players – and that’s a champion in my books.

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