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PokerStars – Everything Poker Part Two (vids)

shutterstock_122012206You might have seen our article the other day where we brought you the PokerStars ‘Everything Poker’ tutorial videos, if you missed it, you can go back and take a look here. In those videos, PokerStars offered their very own advice and tips on how to play poker effectively, with them starting out at the very basics of poker.

They started with the rules of the game and then moved on to the starting hands that players should be playing in order to be successful at the game.

Well, in this article we are going to bring you the very next two articles in the series. They both focus heavily on table position, which is of course one of the first aspects of poker a new player should learn about.

Episode 1.3 – Position

Episode 1.3 explains the basics about what each position is and how it can prove to be a very powerful tool when you are playing poker. With the help of a selection of PokerStars Team Pros, they go on to explain how you should play differently and with different cards from each position on the table.

Episode 1.4 Position Part 2

The second episode for today’s article takes position even further, with them explaining exactly how you should be playing from every position on the table. They go onto explain just how powerful late position is when you are playing.

They also explain how players should always be putting on a certain amount of pressure on the blinds and be looking to use their position to throw in a few bluffs from time to time.

That’s about it for now, with us promising to come back with another instalment of the ‘Everything Poker’ series sometime this week. They have a wide range of tutorials available, with us looking to work our way through them over the coming months.

No matter how much experience we have as players, we should always be learning as much as we can which is why videos like this can provide invaluable information for our game.

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