This article is all about Texas hold 에이스홀덤 em hands and though it may appear to be aimed at novices and beginners, it is not. There is a lot all of us poker players can learn and refresh ourselves with.
The amount of times I see an experienced player make a foolish (and costly!) mistake is more often than anyone would expect.
Here are the most powerful starting hands that you should get behind:
- A pair of aces.
- A pair of Kings.
- Ace/King of the same suit.
- A pair of Queens.
- A pair of Jacks.
Here are some great starting hands but second to all the above:
- An Ace/Queen, Ace/Jack and a Ace/10 of the same suit.
- An Ace/King of different suits.
- A pair of tens.
- An Ace/10, King/Jack, Queen/Jack and a Jack/10 of the same suit.
- An Ace/Queen, Ace/Jack of a different suit.
- A pair of nines.
- A King/Queen of a different suit.
- A King/10, Queen/10 of the same suit.
Here are some mid-range starting hands that would be “bottom of the pile”:
- A pair of eights.
- A Jack/9, 10/9 of the same suit.
- A pair of sevens.
- A 9/8, 8/7 of the same suit.
- An Ace and a card of the same suit.
- A King/Jack, Queen/Jack, Jack/10 of a different suit.
Now, print that out and stick it to a surface near where you play poker and memorize those Texas hold em hands! – You might want to put it out of sight if you are playing face-to-face though as you might look a little bit of a fool.