How to win online poker freerolls

How to win online poker freerolls   Online poker freerolls require some rules of playing in order to succeed. Here are top tips that will help you to succeed in online poker freeroll tournaments. Patience, agressivity, table positions, impredictibility, strong or weak hands well playing can be finished with getting images of winning cup and big money for you...


1. Be patient , your moments of glory will came later, at final table. Patience is the most important quality required to become a winner in online poker tournaments and in the freerolls too. Freerolls usually have hundreds of entrants and can take several hours to complete. If you want to be there at the final table you will need to be very patient and wait some good hands and get best of you can from them. Time passing is in your advantage, more opponents are leaving the tournament defeated and your chances to finish in money grow every minute.

2. Be aggressive when you have good hands and weak opponents. Our advice: when you have a good hand you need to play it aggressively. Top pairs like Aces and Kings should always be raised strongly pre-flop as they can often come unstuck after the flop. Whenever you get a good hand, like a high pair or AKs, AQs, you must be aggressive. Meantime, observe others players styles to discover their weakness.

3. Play less hands but not only very strong hands.
As well as being aggressive you need to be controlled and play less hands. Don't be tempted to play hunches, sit tight and wait for the good hands then play them aggressively. A good rule of thumb is to throw away any hand that contains a card that's lower than an eight. If you are in SB or dealer positions you can risk a small pot size with 67 or 78 just to see the flop. You will have more chances to get a straight than a player with AK if the flop have small cards in it.

4. Use your table position advantages. If you are first or second in the betting, a King 10 isn't a very good hand. There are nine players to follow you and if any of them have a pair or an Ace or a King with Queen or Jack then you are struggling. However if you are at the end of the betting and you can "limp in" with a call or check, then your KT becomes a promising hand. Nobody has raised yet so your King might be good and it is certainly worth seeing the flop.

5. Don't use same style all time, vary your play. Although you need to be patient and wait for a good hand, don't become too predictable. If you only play the big hands and always raise then your opponents will simply back down and let you take the blinds. The trouble with this is you won't be winning enough in blinds to keep your head above water as you are playing too few hands. You need to vary your style of play and become hard to read.

6. Avoid bluffing or do it when you have less opponents and them don't raised before so much. Bluffing should be avoided, except on very rare occasions. As there are always ten people at the table there is a very high chance that someone will have a good hand each time and will want to go against you, even if you go all in. All in on a bluff is almost suicidal at the online poker freerolls, there's nearly always somebody prepared to call you, because is a freeroll and he haven't so much to lose and you have small chances of surviving.