Texas Holdem Starting Hands

Texas Holdem Poker - Starting Hands

 

As a beginner, when you first start playing poker you may be tempted to play every hand you're dealt. But if you really want to become a good poker player, you should stop this practice immediately. Although your cards have much importance, your position is equally essential in relation to the dealer. It is advisable to analyse your hole cards in relation to your position before you even consider playing a hand. Below is a chart of Starting Hands. It will serve as a guide & will help you discover what cards you should be playing and what cards you shouldn't be playing.

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Click on each hole card combination to read more about when to exactly play that hand.

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