Mr PH, post: 852752 wrote:
What sites should US players go to play now? Or should we just lay low for the time being.
ssjtin, post: 852754 wrote:
I wouldn't risk any money in online poker until this matter is resolved. As of right now, if you're in the US then you cannot play online poker...sucks I know. Easiest thing to do is move to Australia.
And if you have money tied up right now, it's not going anywhere for a while.
Sexperienced., post: 852757 wrote:
which type of poker do i need to learn how to play? didnt know there were so many different types.
b1gazn, post: 852758 wrote:
NL is the most lucrative since it has the biggest community...
PapaRhino, post: 852762 wrote:
NL (No lImit) is just a betting type of the game of choice. You want to learn Texas Hold'Em and probably Omaha Hi.
Sexperienced., post: 852763 wrote:
I was on youtube last night looking for lessons but they all took too long to get to the card stage, one guy spent 20 minutes talking about types of chips and shuffling cards.
Veserius, post: 852765 wrote:
Learning Omaha hi playing heads up potlimit with a friend who is a good player. It's a way more dynamic game than Hold'Em. Really fun, if online poker wasn't such a bust right now I'd be playing it at low stakes right now probably.
Veserius, post: 852767 wrote:
Yeah for sure, Omaha is way harder to play and has less players and thus less bad players.
I don't play poker to make money, though it doesn't hurt when I do. I just play it because I like to play games.
PapaRhino, post: 852764 wrote:
Get the free trial and download any series' that look interesting to you, cancel the trial before it's up and you're good to go it's mainly focused on the math of it, which is great, all the lessons are really professional, aside from the Homegame series, which is just a bunch of friends on Vent playing a cash game together goofing off, good watch though
Sexperienced., post: 852770 wrote:
do i need to give them my credit card details for the free trial?