Multi-tabling Texas Hold Em Online Tools And Programs

If you are considering multitabling 788club Texas Hold Em Online then you will definitely want to check out this review on tools and programs that will be useful for you.

Multitabling Texas Hold Em Online is a great way to earn some awesome cash – if you know how. Although multitabling can be lucrative there are some major drawbacks.

The biggest and baddest is that usually you will have far less time to make a decision because you will have 2 or 3 other decisions pending. It can get crazy if you land a few good hands and are playing difficult flops and calls all at the same time.

The super-secret weapon most pro multitablers use is programs. There are many tools and programs you can get that provide you all types of information.

The general features of these is that they will categorize players for you – they usually have basic categories like rock, tight, loose, cannon, shark, etc.

They’ll also display all kinds of wonderful numbers for you, so you can easily see the players average bet, call/bet/reraise ratios, average stacks, win rates, classifications of experience, all different things. There are a lot of different programs and they all do different things but also they all usually provide the basics of information you need.

Using these, a multitabling player can instantly see if he’s on a table of tight players or loose players, and if he’s looking to make a bet he can see if his opponent is likely to call or re-raise, how much he’ll call, etc. This combined with the most obvious information like the players stack size can easily give you a quick idea of what the best move to make is.

So you see, multitabling is a whole different kettle of fish. If you try to do everything you do normally at a single table but when you are multitabling you won’t be able to do it.

If you’ve been learning how to play poker at single tables, and have been playing a lot of land based or face to face games, you probably won’t have what it takes to do well multitabling Texas Hold Em Online. However you’ll be working towards becoming a real world kelab711 poker player and you’ll be able to easily win in real life land based face to face games too – that’s something the online multitablers cannot do.

Multitabling Texas Hold Em Online can be very lucrative and you’ll definitely want to be getting your hands on some tools and programs to give you that extra information you need in order to make the best decisions at cut throat speed.

Odds For Texas Holdem Poker

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One thing that you have to remember when playing online poker is that most of the players you will play against wouldn’t know pot odds from pot smoke! Just because you understand what odds you need to chase down certain draws, realize that many of the players you will be playing against DO NOT understand, nor do they care to. Isn’t this a good thing, you ask? It sure can be, because it basically means that these players will be long term losers, but as you will see from the following hand, it can take the win out of your sails sometimes as well.

The other night I was playing a Full Tilt Sit-n-Go. It was still fairly early in the tournament, I had added a little to my chip stack and was sitting at about $4,375 in chips when I was dealt K-Q offsuit on the button.

The action folded around to me, so I put in a raise of 3x the Big Blind, or $360. Both the Small Blind and the Big Blind made the call, putting the pot at $1080.

The Flop came Qh-3h-7s. Both Blinds checked to me. Obviously, I have top pair with nearly top kicker, and in a short-handed pot, I am in pretty good shape. The flush draw does concern me, however, so I make a pot sized bet to take down the pot right now. Also, I if either the Small or Big Blind has hearts, by making this bet, they will not have the proper odds to make the call. (by calling they would be getting 2:1 on their money. The odds of hitting the flush on the Turn would be aprox 5:1. Not the pot odds you are looking for in this instance)

The Small Blind folded his hand and the Big Blind promptly went all-in. Since his chips stack was smaller than mine, I am not looking at around $1200 to call. I can figure he has hit a set, but if he had a pocket pair, why didn’t he raise pre-flop? I have to figure that he either has top or middle pair (with an inferior kicker probably) or he is on a flush draw.

I make the call, he flips over Jh-4h. You can probably see this one coming: the Turn is a 5h and the River an Ace of diamonds, giving the Big Blind the flush and seriously crippling my stack.

Did I make the right call? Yes, I would say that I did. If a player wants to go all-in on a flush draw, I am going to win that confrontation more than I will lose it. Really, the point is, he didn’t have proper pot odds to call my bet in the first place. Why did he call, then? Because internet players will play ANY suited cards and they do not understand pot odds at all!

If you are going to play poker online, get used to this fact. It will make you money in the long haul, but you have to be prepared for that player who loves to play ANY suited cards to luck out from time to time. Don’t let it get to you, just move on to the next hand and be comforted by the knowledge that that player will soon be giving those chips away to someone else if he continues to play like that. He may even give them back to you!