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Poker Intermediate Level

Poker articles on intermediate level.

An intermediate player already knows the basic skills and tactics one ought to know when playing poker. He has reached that certain level wherein he is just a few notches below the pro title. However, an intermediate player needs to know more and do more to advance his poker career. This means that he should not just be content with winning against newbie players in low-limit games. Staying in this kind of game will stagnate his skills and hinder him to show his true potentials.

So, what should an intermediate poker player do to show that he is, indeed, already out of the beginner's league? Below are the common mistakes that intermediate players commit.

A Good Hand is Not Enough

If you have a good hand, it does not mean that it is enough assurance that you will win the game. Poker is a very unpredictable game. Players of this game should not feel completely secure and think that he can easily beat anyone just because he holds a good card combination. It is a must to consider the opponent's hands first before making your next move.

Too Much of Anything Is Bad


When playing online poker, it is really advisable to play multiple tables so you can cash in more. However, never think that as an intermediate level player, you already have the power to handle too much. Even players at the professional level will tell you that in playing poker, you need to focus on a manageable number of tables. Also, increasing limits is one bad habit that intermediate players easily acquire. This should be avoided because it eats up bankrolls fast.

Limit Texas Holdem
No Limit Texas Holdem
Longhand Limit Texas Holdem
No Limit Texas Holdem
Shorthand Limit Texas Holdem Advanced No Limit Texas Holdem
Advanced Shorthand Limit Texas Holdem What Pays Off In Texas Holdem
 Texas Holdem Stack Sizes

Full Poker List

 

OmahaTournaments
Introduction To Omaha
Tournament Overview
Low Limit Omaha
Single Table No Limit Tournaments
Pot Limit Omaha
Advanced Single Table No Limit Tournaments
Omaha Hi Lo
Multi Table No Limit Tournaments
 Multi Table Limit Tournaments
 Tournament Variants
 Sit And Go Poker

Here's an explaination of different variations of poker tournaments such as multi table tournaments (MTT), single table tournaments (STT also SNG or sit n go) and the difference between ring-games and tournaments.

Money Management
Mental Strategy
Moving Limits Up Or Down
Mistakes At Intermediate Level
When To Stop Playing
 
Short Run Vs Long Run
 
Poker Promotions
 


Promotions
Utilizing Promotions