Quick Start Guide for Beginners

  • NL BSS
  • NL BSS
  • $2 - $10
  • Shorthanded
(5 Votes) 3568

Description

Are you new to poker? Need a few tips on how to start and get on the right track? This is a video for you!

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beginners brm guide how to start Mental Game Studying Theory Video tips

Comments (20)

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  • kengov1

    #1

    :D
  • BradNitt

    #6

    very nice, thx
  • EryomaFoma

    #7

    very good
  • Mauslord

    #8

    very nice. thank you very much and looking forward for more content
    <3
  • Mel94

    #10

    :D
  • ical65

    #12

    Nice.
  • avokado4

    #13

    Thanks for the good ideas.
  • cybRRR

    #15

    very nice. thank you very much and looking forward for more content
    <3 rwwwwwwww
  • Spidey1978

    #16

    Nice - I like the simply put tips at the table in particular - good starting points.
  • RentzEst

    #17

    A very good video, I hope you'll get more of this kind of video.
  • Libertatius

    #22

    Very nice ..
  • anduke

    #23

    Great video to get started with SH, keep it up! :P
  • DerErklarbar

    #24

    Thanks la55i, its nice to hear a voice after i read a lot of your handanalysis reviews in the forum. Haven't studied GTO for now but it looks really promising for the reasons you stated in the video. What is your advice to start learning it. Are their any particular articles or should i just play around with snowie?
  • la55i

    #25

    Hi DerErklarbar,
    The key thing is understanding why we do stuff. Snowie is a good tool but unfortunately it can't tell us why it suggests different things, so a basic knowledge in theory would be good before practicing with it. How I started was basically by reading Matthew Janda's Applications of No-Limit Holdem. We also have some study material here at pokerstrategy, like weazel's video series "Poker in Theory" and some strategy articles. Unfortunately these all are for gold+ members only.
  • Kosadaka

    #26

    Hi! How many tables would you recommend to play for a beginner?
  • la55i

    #27

    You should start with one table and when you feel comfortable / bored playing just one, then you can slowly start adding more tables. Feeling overwhelmed / losing focus / not having enough time to make good decisions is a sign to reduce the amount of tables.
  • Kosadaka

    #28

    thy.

    What are you thinking about ZOOM-tables for a beginner? Maybe, regular tables will be better?
  • la55i

    #29

    I think regulars might be better at the beginning. But you can of course try both and see which you like better.
  • Chefonspeed

    #30

    Thx for the tipps
  • Isgametime1

    #31

    really nice!