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Play now!There are many options for you when it comes to playing Texas Holdem poker. You have low-limit, middle-limits, high-limits, and a bunch of tournament options. Deciding on which Texas Holdem game to play can make a substantial difference in how much money you make. One of your first decisions is whether to play cash games or tournaments.

Low-Limit Cash Games
Low-limit Texas Holdem games usually offer a lot of play for little risk. Online poker rooms offer low limit games that start with very small limits, sometimes at a quarter or less. Playing Texas Holdem at this low limit allows players to experience a larger number of hands and become comfortable without risking much money. It is a great place to start.

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No-Limit Tables
You can start at any level and start playing Texas Holdem cash games. You might be very comfortable at a $2-$4 table or you might want to play for bigger money. You also can choose Limit or No-Limit.

Tournaments
Online poker rooms also offer a lot of tournament choices. Many of these rooms have scheduled tournaments that begin at a set day and time, and they also have tournaments that start as soon as enough players join a table. Texas Holdem tournaments are the most popular, but there are other options as well and the limits start small and go up. There are a lot of benefits to playing in a tournament. First, for a small amount you are given a fixed number of poker chips to use in the tournament. You don’t have to worry about losing a lot of money since the entry fee was a one time thing. A tournament gives you an opportunity to play a variety of hands for a fixed amount. Second, it gives you a realistic sense of playing Texas Holdem. Since the rules do not change depending on the buy-in, the dynamics of the game is the same whether the buy-in is $5 or $10, 000 although the level of skill will be different. Third, it allows you to win a lot of money in a short amount of time, and with a minimal buy-in. For example, a three table No-Limit Texas Holdem tournament that has a $10 buy-in can net a winner $150, and will usually pay second and third place as well. Tournaments can also prepare you for larger, big money tournaments. There are differences between the way you should play in a cash game and in a tournament game. Getting a strong sense of what works in a tournament versus what works in a cash game is important to understand.

 

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