... or ever!Reef said:read as much material as you can and play as much as you can. It takes experience to get better. Don't think yourself to be God's gift to poker within the first few months.
It is commonly accepted that this number is more like 10%.KasinoKing said:There are 100,000's of online players, and I reckon only 1 or 2% of them make long-term profit.
I haven't ever seen a "learn Texas Hold'em in 24 steps" or anything like that. I learned from the book Internet Texas Hold'em: Winning Strategies from an Internet Pro. It was decent for a total beginner. I don't know if it was the best, but at least it wasn't too dry. Other, more experienced players can probably recommend some more books. Once you get beyond that, I enjoyed Doyle Brunson's Super System 2 to see if there are any other poker variations I would like to play.louis007 said:I see thanks for all the advice... at the moment I am only playing for fun on the rooms
I'm going to get learning...
I tought there was a step-by-step system you could follow to play isnt there one?
What about these auto play bots do they work?