Stop wasting time searching for the best tournament around, read this review and you will know exactly what to do. First of all, there are 2 types of poker tournaments, considering the players that participate to the event.
Some poker tournaments have quite big entry fees; those are for big players, people that can afford to loose a lot of money, or people who earn their leaving by playing poker. For this type of players all we can do is provide some links to updated lists of tournaments, allowing them to choose the tournament that best suits them. It is quite hard to offer this kind of player new info since they pretty much know all the theories that exist so far. All they need now is a little bit of luck.
Then we have the fresh players, that have little or no experience at all. Some of the most important things these players have to know are written in the previous posts. For a short review of the advices:
- Don’t bet more than you can afford to lose.
- Divide your betting money into at least 20 bets, you don’t want your game to stop in just a few minutes.
- Before winning, think of minimising the losses, more than 50% of the hands will be lost, make sure you have the winning hand before you start raising. If your not sure, just drop, will get other chances.
- Use a poker odds calculator, but before trusting the software you should learn it, test it well so you can understand how good does that software simulate the real possibilities of a poker hand.
- When playing online make sure you have chosen the best payout rate, we have an earlier review about high payout rate casinos.
- Try to take advantage of the casinos promotions, we provided a list of no deposit bonus offers.
There are many orther things we could add up to the list but this review about something else. It is about the best online poker tournament. You can choose the best tournament considering two different criteria:
- considering the zero buy-in tournaments, choose the one that has the biggest prizes. Zero buy-in tournament means you dont have to pay anything to participate, this way you get a chance to the real money prizes, at no risk. Be careful though, the bigger the prize the more experienced your opponents will be. The easiest tournament is the one that has the smallest final prize. Dont neglect it, it’s free money after all.
- considering the final prize, you cand find special tournaments where only beginners can enter, with very small entry fees, under 5$, with important prizes, meaning tousands of $ in return. All you have to do is beat everyone…
Our choyces about the sites that give you information on new tournaments are: