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Interested in Online Poker?

There are many reasons that people play online poker. Playing poker at a brick and mortar casino can be intimidating for new players. It can also be hard to find brick and mortar casinos that offer poker, and inconvenient to travel to once you do. Maybe you are a regular player at brick and mortar casinos and do not want to get rusty during downtimes. Whatever your reason, online poker can be just as exciting and fun as regular poker.

The main difference between online poker and real life poker is that you can not see your opponents. In real life poker you can see your opponents facial expressions and movements, which makes it easier to figure out the strength of their hands. When playing online poker, you can only guess your opponents hand strength by how long they take to make an action; but even that may not be accurate, because your opponents may be playing at multiple tables or doing something else.

Online poker also tends to be faster than real life poker. You will need to learn to react quickly, while keeping track of everything that has gone on. Because of these reasons, online poker may be a bit more difficult than real poker; but just as with real poker, with a little practice you can learn to read your opponents.

If you are new to online poker, you may want to start out by finding an online casino that offers virtual money. You can learn to play the game, get a feel of the speed of online play, and begin learning to read online opponents, all without loosing money. Even if you are familiar with real life poker, you may want to play online poker with virtual money awhile before actually betting real money. However, keep in mind that people playing with virtual money may make riskier moves than they would with real money, making it harder to guess the strength of their hands. Once you begin playing with real money, you will find that people take things more seriously and make more responsible moves.

Poker is about strategy, skill, and luck. You can learn new strategies and skills by reading about poker, talking to other poker players, and most importantly by practicing online and off. The same skills and strategies that are used for real life poker can be used for online poker, and vice versa - so practicing for real life poker is another great reason to play online poker!

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