Poker Tips For Sit-N-Go's

Have you ever wondered how some people make a killing playing Sit-N-Go's, while others lose time after time?

It definitely isn't luck that certain players are winning more than others, its pure skill. Texas holdem tips are everywhere, but which ones should you actually use and follow?

Well for one, you need to know poker rules inside and out. What hand beats what, when to call, fold, bet, raise, etc...The only way to know this is to practice and learn poker in every aspect. Free online Texas holdem poker or poker freerolls won't do the trick, you must play real money Sit-N-Go's. If your starting out, truly the best way to learn how to play poker is through Sit-N-Go's, which start for real money as little as $2.00 a game. This is offered on Full Tilt Poker, Pokerstars, Bodog, etc...read some poker reviews to find the poker site which you are most comfortable with.

When you're finally on the poker tables and playing for real money, it's time to concentrate and take lots of notes on your opponent. You will learn how to read opponents better and know when they are bluffing or what kind of style they use, which will win you lots of money against them in the long run. There is no better feeling in the world when a player tries to bluff you and you know 100% they are, and you go over the top and take down the pot. Many players will abuse the "all-in" move at the poker tables and taking notes on these opponents will eventually tell you what kind of hand they go all in with. Everyone has great poker news to tell and fun stories of "all-in" moves, which work but just need to be used at the right time. The "all-in" move is a deadly weapon and is very unique to NL Texas Holdem. It is a move that puts NL Texas Holdem in its own category aside from the rest of poker. If you wait it out early in a Sit-N-Go, you will see about 3-4 players go "all-in" early. There may be 3-4 players even knocked out before you play a hand! It has happened to me plenty of times. Have patience and don't get discouraged if you don't have as many chips as others early on. You have plenty of time to catch up.

Remember, once you master note taking, your life as a poker player will become much easier and you will see an increase in profits right away. There are many poker sites out there, you need to find one site and just stick to it. You will bump heads with the same players quite frequently and by you taking notes on them you will be able to have a perfect read on them when they are trying to bluff at the pot and you will really get paid off. Remember the only real way to practice is for REAL money. Use these poker tips on taking notes to your advantage...you will definitely win first place in your next Sit-N-Go! Good luck at the poker tables.