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Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Online Poker - A Safe Bet

Hi poker faces there,

Online Poker is goin around the city more strongly than a conflagration. Now, is all this for the good of ardent poker player ? That's a real question that's been haunting more than a few for the past few years, ever since online poker conquered the E-Gambling arena. Well, research does state that Online Poker is a safer bet and it packages a lot of advantages apart from the high-voltage fun inherent to it.

Online poker offers many benefits, including:

- 24/7 accessibility

- huge game selection

- great game speed

- multiple-table option

- lower rake

- no tipping

- no travel

- micro-limit and heads-up poker

Probably the greatest advantage to online poker is its speed and accessibility. Online poker is a lot quicker than offline poker. The deals are super-quick and no misdeals or other such errors occur. Another advantage is the option of playing at multiple tables in order to get more action in the same amount of playing time. In addition, when playing online, it is always possible to find a game to your liking, and you can play 24 hours a day from anywhere in the world, as well as from the comfort of your own home. The availability of poker variations and games is also much greater.

Beginners have the chance to play, watch and learn the game in the comfort of their own home. Online you can play for real money at stakes that are much lower than what is possible in a real casino, like $0.05/$0.10 Limit Texas Hold'em. The quickest way to learn poker is actually to read up on basic strategy and play at micro-limits online. You do not have to spend more than maybe $20 in total even if you lose consistently for weeks. When you are starting to get it right, it is time to invite your friends over for a home game!

All in all, the game will feel more "real" when you have the cards in your hand and the chips are stacked in front of you. Even if you are an experienced online poker player, you may find that you are quite nervous when you play in a live poker room for the first time. Many regular online players find it a welcome break to play in a bricks-and-mortar poker room once in a while, to break up the isolation of online play.