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No Limit Texas Hold'em Poker


Most online casinos offer three different types on Texas Hold'em Poker, namely No Limit Texas Holdem poker , Limit holdem Poker and Pot Limit holdem poker.

The only differences in these three types of poker are the restrictions placed on betting.

In No Limit Texas Hold'em Poker there are no limitations on the size of the bets placed. With Limit holdem poker, if the limit is set to $10 you can only raise your bets by $10 at a time. While with Pot limit holdem poker, bets are limited to the current pot size, which means that the betting can increase after every round as the pot grows bigger.

Although the betting structure is the only difference between the games, the strategies used for these games are totally different. In No Limit Poker the risks are higher but so are the rewards, because you could choose to go "All-in" at any stage of the game.

New players normally stick to limit or pot limit games, while the more experienced players are often found in the No Limit poker rooms. The reason for this is because, a skilled player can use many more tricks to outplay a novice.

Bluffing is a large part of No Limit Poker.

In limit poker most hands go to a show down because the bets are limited and if players have reached the 'Turn' or 'River' it's unlikely that they'll fold - read more about Texas Holdem Poker Terms.

But because the betting could become very aggressive in the later stages of No Limit poker, it is very common for players to fold early or to try and Bluff others into folding.

If two or three players are left after the Turn, it is likely that the hand will not go to a show down. Often the more aggressive player will push the others off their hands, forcing them to fold by betting big...

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