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A Look at Casino Games (Part 8)

Welcome back for the eighth part of Win A Day Casino's in-depth perspective of Casino games. Slot games are very popular with our players for many reasons, but we also offer a great selection of table games. Today we're taking a look at some tactics for playing No Limit Hold 'Em. No Limit Hold 'Em is the Rolls Royce of all card games. Drive this game with talent and skill and your life will be transformed. Drive it badly and you'll sink without trace or, worse, be mired in frustration. You'll find No Limit in every casino in the world at levels ranging from $1-$2 to $1M-$2M. Of course, since the advent of TV poker, you'll find it in most home games too. If you want to win at No Limit, fasten your seat belt and obey the simple rules below:

Find Your Level

When No Limit became the face of Las Vegas poker, thousands of aficionados went broke very fast. This, of course, caused poker rooms to lose players and so adversely affected the drop. So, many casino games limited the buy-in. Some made the maximum buy-in to $100 with re-buys the same. Other casinos have a $500 limit and some have unlimited dollar amounts. Decide what you're going to risk.

Bring 3 Times The Buy-in

If you're playing $1-$2, your buy-in is $100. If you lose $300, go home. We all find this very difficult. The game is good. You don't want to leave, even if you're losing; especially if you're losing. Being prepared for the worst allows you to excel when things are at their best.

Patience

You have to be in the right frame of mind. Really good hands are few and far between and, in No Limit, you absolutely must wait for them. Of course, if you're on a stone cold bluff, that's a whole other thing. If you're distracted, don't play. You're not at your best. You sit in a game and straightaway you get stuck in a pot and someone outdraws you. Now you start to make mistakes and before you know it, you're broke.

Positioning

If you're under pressure during these casino games, you absolutely must have a premium hand to play. Throw away all medium cards. 9,10 or 10, J suited are very attractive to many players. Why? If you hit your flush, you bet or raise right up to the river and then you lose. If it's a straight, it's so vulnerable to over cards.

Slow Down

Once in a while, you're going to flop a monster. You MUST bring as many players as possible into the pot. Don't raise or even bet. Get them in and raise the turn, with just a medium raise. Let everybody go to war and sweep up when the dust settles. You can miss the jackpot in casino games because of too quickly betting on the flop.