# Studiying FL by hands

• Bronze
Joined: 05.06.2008
Hello everybody,

i'm just started out with Studying FL Holdem.
I'm doing this by reading articles, watching video's and reading the hands in the handsection.

Before I begin to play, I'd like to have a decent knowledge about FL.

I'm from the Dutch forum, but because there is on the English forum much more action on FL I'll post here more and more.

Ok, the question for today:

I'm gonna start with FL FR, so I'm reading a lot of FR pokerhands here in the section to know what's going on postflop.

But, can it also be useful to read the FL SH hands to get more experience with FL postflop, or is SH that a totally other game postflop?

Otherwise I will only read the FR hands.

Thanks for help.

Cheers.
• 14 replies
• Bronze
Joined: 25.10.2006
Congrats, you are on the right track!

If you know how hands are played preflop in SH, you can easily study them preflop. It's the same deal.
• Black
Joined: 10.09.2007
People in here are fishes, get back to the dutch forum!!

But studying SH hands can also be useful, since usually they use the same concepts.
• Black
Joined: 03.03.2008
looking at some SH hands definitely wont hurt
its the same game, basically a SH table is just a FR table where the first 3-4 players have folded
good luck
• Bronze
Joined: 05.06.2008
Many thanks guys, the more hands the better

Lol @ Yoghi, I'll stay on the Dutch forum too, but there are so many more FL people outhere it would be stupid if I only stay on the Dutch side.
• Bronze
Joined: 28.11.2007
try to play also some micro limits. Because theory without practice in not very useful. You may know a lot about postflop, but forget everything on the tables. So start with basic chart and basic strategies and play micros , and ofc continue reading, posting and so on. GL!
• Bronze
Joined: 05.06.2008
But without the knowledge of how to play FL it will be a mess I think

I just like to start on 0.10/0.20 with 750 bigbets, a little bit safe I think?

• Bronze
Joined: 18.09.2008
Hi WPTRay

With that sort of BRM you can dive straight in and will have no problems learning as you go.... if you feel completely lost, stop and go study some more!

I'd start with the basic charts if you're feeling a little unsure. Just know that moving to the more advanced charts isn't a major jump so when you feel comfortable, go for it!
• Bronze
Joined: 25.10.2006
There is a reason that advanced charts aren't available to beginners
• Black
Joined: 10.09.2007
The advanced chart is the bronze chart, which is available to beginners. It is way better than the basic chart. Sure it's a bit more complicated aswell, but as long as you don't have too many tables open you can still look at it while playing
• Bronze
Joined: 06.01.2008
Originally posted by Yoghi
The advanced chart is the bronze chart, which is available to beginners. It is way better than the basic chart. Sure it's a bit more complicated aswell, but as long as you don't have too many tables open you can still look at it while playing
So Yoghi, Your advice is to start with that Bronze chart! Ore is is better to have the basic chart in you knowledge first?

Grtz
• Bronze
Joined: 05.06.2008
From scratch the Bronze chart, see:

• Bronze
Joined: 25.10.2006
Originally posted by Yoghi
The advanced chart is the bronze chart, which is available to beginners. It is way better than the basic chart. Sure it's a bit more complicated aswell, but as long as you don't have too many tables open you can still look at it while playing