Three Betting in the Lower Limit Teen Patti Tournaments
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Online Teen patti is one of the most popular casino games played. In fact, online Teen patti is the reason why there are so many Teen patti players worldwide. According to some reports, revenue from online Teen patti grew from $85 million in 2001 to $2.5 billion in 2005! The staggering figure should give you some indication of the popularity of Teen patti tournaments online. Online Teen patti rooms may seem intimidating to new players. But it is one of the best ways in which players can get wide exposure in the game. Brick and mortar casinos are often reluctant to promote Teen patti because they get very little profit from the game. Online Teen patti rooms are more profitable because they have low overhead and operational costs. That is why online Teen patti tournaments allow players to bet on low stakes and even offer freeroll tournaments where there are no entry fees. So, a lot of people are playing Teen patti rules online. This means you have to be really good to win a game of Teen patti rules. Unlike other casino games, in Teen patti rules, you cannot cash out your chips in the middle of the game. You have to continue until you lose or win all chips. In Teen patti rules tournaments, the ground rule is to know your opponent. Evaluating your opponent quickly and accurately is vital to your game. But, playing the game online makes it very difficult for you to evaluate the person sitting opposite. To add to the thrill of the game, most players visit different tables and encounter different opponents. In most cases, you are sitting with an opponent you have never met before. So how do you get inside their head?
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The only way to size up your opponent in online Teen patti rules tournament is through observation of betting patterns. Of course, the chat window is an option, but most players do not reveal much here. Even so, look out for novice players who rant about the poor play of others. These players are likely to lay down draws. You can make out experienced players by following their conversation. If a bunch of players are inquiring about the week ('Have you had a good week' or 'Did you win XYZ tournament?'), mark them as the experienced hands at the table. Also, take a look at the size of the stacks. For reasons unknown, experienced players have sizeable stacks. Suppose your playing any type of Teen patti rules, free online Teen patti rules or cash and you have A-10 and the board comes up 8-6-Q-3-2. What hands do you expect your opponent to have? It may be Q-x, 7-6 or something. However, notice the board: It contains no opportunities for Straights to form. So you can figure out that if your opponent called (just called) your last two bets which are bluffs, then you can put him on a Straight draw (possibly 9-7 or 10-9). Now you want your opponent to believe that you have a Queen, but you feel that you have the best hand (and let us assume that you really do have the best hand). Let us add that you won't call a bet, because you have nothing, and you won't raise a bettor. Should you still bet, or just check? Let us see the differences between the outcomes of these two actions. Suppose you are first to act, and you just check. If you just check, are you quite sure that your opponent will reveal his busted Straight draw? No.
If he has a hand as good as J-8 or 9-6 expect a showdown. But if your opponent missed his draws, then he will try to save himself the embarrassment of being a draw-chaser by bluffing, and you will fold. He won't check Nine-high or Ten-high, of course. Expect a small bet which you won't call. If your opponent is first to act and checks, and you check, it is with the conviction that your Ace-high is the best hand. However, revealing Ace-high will cement your reputation as a bluffer, and if you repeat bluffing later, others will be running you down with less than premium hands, such as second top Pair or even a small pocket Pair. So you gain chips now, but at the cost of cramping your aggressive (maybe loose-aggressive) style. Now suppose you are first to act, and you bet. Because your opponent has a busted draw, do not expect that he will call. You still win the pot. Furthermore, because the hand ended before you show down your hole cards, then your opponent will be left guessing as to what your hand really was. This is the position you want to put your opponent in - he has a lot of guesswork to do, and his brain will be muddled as to what you are holding and as to what you may be holding if you repeat your bluffing later. Even someone with 9-8 may fold. Why? Because you played strongly in the Flop and the Turn - and still in the river. Your opponent might put you on the Queen or on an overpair or eve J-J; in either case, he thinks his second top Pair is beat.
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If your opponent checks, and you bet, it is almost the same as if you are first to act, and you bet. Bluffing with the best hand is nearly a contradiction in terms: you bluff only if you make better hands fold. But, in this case, it may be better to make anybody else fold - best hand or worst hand - so as to preserve your unreadability which will pay off later. When you are playing no-limit Teen patti rules tournaments online, you are going to come up against a variety of opponents, most of which will be unpredictable, because of their lack of knowledge and not necessarily their inherent skill level. Your Teen patti rules calculator will often alert you to such loose aggressive opponents by way of their excessive VP$IP, PFR% and AF, and it is easy to assume that most of these players are going to don't themselves out of the tournament sooner than later. However, even in the lower limits there are players who can play this style and manage to accumulate tournament chips at a successful rate in the early stages