The position at the poker table

In this paper aims to show how important the player’s position at the poker table and what information it holds.

Beginners in particular often do not know this information to use, and they do not even realize what advantages does a better position in poker with him.

In every poker hand you play, there are players who act before it is your turn, and players who act only after it itself has already made ​​his decision.

If another player acts before ourselves we already know something about him … maybe he folds or he limps … maybe he raises also.

No matter what makes the one who, we learn something about him. The more people who have acted before us, the more information we can gather so before we have to make our decision itself.

The other way we can collect only limited information, if we are early in the series and the other players only after we have to make their decision.

One can say that the worse my position, the more I need a stronger hand to play along.

The better my position, the sooner I can with a slightly worse hand to play times.

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