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Find Your Leak and most common poker mistakes when playing at the All In Poker tables!
The way it works is that our own master player, Excel-Boy, analyses your hands and gives you feedback in plain English. He has read all the poker books on the market and uses that in combination with learnings from his many years of playing when analysing your hands.
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Excel-Boy checks your hands as you play, and sends out your analysis as soon as you have played a minimum of 1,000 hands of real money Texas Holdem NL cash game. The analysis contains your biggest leak in plain English, easy to understand to anyone, how many times it happened plus the hand histories for the key hands. The hand histories also contain comments from Excel-Boy, further explaining how he thinks you can improve your play..
The biggest mistake is identified by taking into account how frequent the mistake was made, how much money it cost and how severe it was. By checking all hands in this way, together with Excel-Boy's vast poker knowledge, we are able to help all sorts of players improve their game. The way it is built up means that beginner players tend to get basic level advice as they make lots of mistakes, whereas more seasoned players will get quite specific advice which will be really beneficial to improve the nuances of their game.
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Here are some of the most common mistakes in poker and what to think about to avoid them.
Loose Pre-Flop Play
It's important to mix up your play to not become too predictable. But remember to pick the right situations, and pay special attention if you have to play a hand out of position after a raise, or calling a raise with a weak hand if you think there is a big chance that someone behind you will make a reraise.
Weak draws should be handled with care, especially if you are drawing to something that is not the "nuts". For example, if you are drawing to an inside straight draw but there are also two cards of the same suite on the board. If you make the straight at the same time as the third card of that suite lands, you will be in a very tricky situation. So try to minimize those types of draws and also make sure that you have enough implied odds to be profitable.
Most players get excited when they get pocket pairs. They can be really good and profitable but they can also put you in tricky situations that need to be handled correctly in order not to lose you a lot of money.
Calling Large Bets
Unless you have a very strong hand, it's always a difficult situation when your opponent moves all-in or makes a substantial bet. Especially if the board contains a possibility for a straight, flush or is paired.
Poker is played with blinds to get the action started. The fewer players left in the hand preflop without anyone having put in more money, the bigger the chance that someone will try and steal the blinds. Excel-Boy will look at how you handle these situations and also if you are able to correctly defend your own blinds.
Modern poker involves lots of aggressive betting and raising. Excel-Boy will keep a close eye on how you handle Light Three Betting, meaning that you re-raise with a mediocre hand. This move is very effective when performed in the right circumstances against the right opponents.
Continuation betting means that the preflop aggressor bets out on the flop, regardless of the player's holding. If you only bet when you have a hand made, your opponents will easily spot this and not pay you off. So continuation betting is a standard move, but you need to carefully track your performance to find the right balance between when you should do it and when not to. Excel-Boy will help you find these leaks.