Poker is a card game and it is known to be a skill game which requires mathematics, logical reasoning, patience and discipline. There are also other poker rules in the game that a professional Indian poker player needs to know.
Play no other Games than Poker
Poker is regarded as king of skill games. To be a winning player in poker, the player has to be hardworking, dedicated and patient enough. While other games like roulette still fall under luck games. Those types of games involve 100 percent luck and no skill. So, don’t get influenced by quick money winnings as these card games depends only on luck. Keep patience and your poker hard work will definitely be paid off in long run.
Never Swear in Game
Never swear while playing poker. This commandment has dual purpose. Some casinos prohibit swearing. It also helps you to control your temper. For instance, if an amateur player makes a bad move and takes away the pot that you were supposed to win, then you will definitely feel like criticizing him. In such situations, you should not lose your temperament and stay calm to play better in the next hand.
Take a Break
Poker is a never-ending game. You can log on anytime whenever you are comfortable. But don’t forget to take a break. Playing poker continuously can affect your body and also drain your mind. You can play poker every day, but should take a day off from poker and revitalize yourself by sleeping, exercising, and spending time with family and friends. These breaks help you think positively thereby making you a confident player.
Respect the Dealers
Whenever you visit a casino, respect the dealer. You may come across the casino staffs who are younger than you but be nice to them if you are a regular visitor. For example, calling a dealer “Dealer” doesn’t sounds good; instead try calling them by their name.
You must have experienced a situation while playing wherein a player has won two hands back to back and pays extra blind bet. This extra blind paid is twice the amount of big blind and is called blind betting or blind straddling. It gives that player the right to last action before the flop. Though it helps increasing the action on the table but it comes at a player’s expense. You should minimize the amount of blind bets you make, especially in high-roll games because your opponents can easily analyze your play with that blind straddle.