In order to learn, improve and progress in the world of poker, the best thing you can do is to have good poker tables. Thanks to these tables, everything is easier. This translates into greater ease of use and consequently a greater mastery of the game.
To help you, we are going to show you a list of tables that will surely be very useful.
First of all, you should know which are the main hand rankings that you can get when playing. We are going to put them in descending order to make it easier for you to know them.
Now we are going to show you the 10 best starting hands you can get in Texas Hold’em. Thanks to these hands it will be easier for you to win the games.
|1||Pair of Aces||AA|
|2||Pair of Kings||LL|
|3||Pair of Queens|
|4||Ace + King of the same suit||AKs|
|5||Pair of Jacks||JJ|
|6||Pair of Tens||TT|
|7||Ace + King of different suit||AKo|
|8||Ace + Queen of different suit||AQs|
|9||Ace + Jack of the same suit||AJs|
|10||King + Jack of the same suit||KQs|
After knowing the poker combinations, it’s time to see which are the most important starting hands. But not only do we present them to you, we also show you the name with which they have been baptized. As you can see, many names are really curious.
|AA||American Airlines or Bullets|
These are the most common names, but they may be called by other names in other countries. If these nicknames do not match those of your country, just change them to those of your country and you will be able to recognize the plays easily.
In addition to the nicknames shown in the table above, it is also important to know the nicknames given to some combinations or poker moves. We present them in the following table:
|A-2-3-4-5 straight flush||Steel Wheel|
The purpose of the following table is to show you the abbreviations used for player positions at a poker table. Many of these abbreviations you will see in many poker games, so it is important to recognize them.
|UTG / EP1||Under the Gun||UTG|
|UTG+1/EP2||Under the Gun +1||UTG + 1|
|UTG+2/EP3||Under the Gun + 2||UTG + 2|
|MPQ||Medium Position||UTG + 3|
|LJ/MP2||Lojak||UTG + 4|
|Small Blind||Small Blind||SB|
|Big Blind||Big Blind||BB|
Now we are going to show you a table where you can find the starting poker hands at a short table. In this case, the table will have a maximum of six players. That way you will be able to see the hands you will have to play according to the position you occupy at the table.
If you want to play at a table of nine players, then you will need to know where you stand. To help you find your position in the game, we invite you to read the following table. It will help you to avoid problems when selecting hands preflop.
|Position||% hands||Starting Hand Rank|
|UTG||10%||77+, ATs+, KTs+, QTs+, J9s+, 98s+, A5s, AQo+|
|UTG + 1||10%||77+, ATs+, KTs+, QTs+, J9s+, 98s+, A5s, AQo+|
|UTG + 2||10%||77+, ATs+, KTs+, QTs+, J9s+, 98s+, A4s, AJo|
|LJ||13%||55+, A2s+ K9s+, Q9s+ J9s+ T8s+, 98s, 87s, 76s, AJo+, KQo|
|HJ||16%||44+, A2s+, K8s+, Q9s+ J9s+ T8s+, 97s+, 87s, 76s, 65s, 54s, ATo+, KJo+, QJo|
|CO||20%||22+, A2s+, K5s+, Q8s+ J8s+ T8s+, 97s+, 86s+, 75s+, 65s, 54s, ATo+, KTo+, QTo+, JTo|
|BTN||26%||22+, A2s+, K2s+, Q5s+ J7s+ T6s+, 96s+, 85s+, 75s+, 64s+, 53s+, 43s, A4o+, K9o+, Q9o+, J9o+, T9o, 98o|
|SB||40%||22+, A2s+, K2s+, Q4s+ J6s+ T6s+, 95s+, 84s+, 74s+, 63s+, 53s+, 43s, A2o+, K8o+, Q8o+, J8o+, T8o+, 98o|
|BB||–||Being the last to speak we cannot bet.|
The following table that we are going to present to you represents the different possibilities of a play occurring. Remember, probabilities are one thing and reality is another. The probabilities only have to be taken into account when making a decision.
|OUTS||Example Hands||Turn or River||Just in Turn||Just in River|
|2||From pair hand to three of a kind||8,42%||4.26%||4.35%|
|3||High card to a pair||12.49%||6.38%||6.52%|
|4||Straight to a point||16.47%||8.51%||8.70%|
|5||Couple or Double couple or Threesome||20.35%||10.64%||10.87%|
|6||From no couple to couple||24.14%||12.77%||13.04%|
|7||From threesome to full house or poker||27.84%||14.89%||15.22%|
|8||Open straight to two-pronged||31.45%||17.02%||17.39%|
|10||Gutshot + evercards||38.39%||21.28%||21.74%|
|12||Gusthot + FD||44.96%||25.53%||28.26%|
|15||Open staircase project||54.12%||31.91%||34.78%|
Now let’s look at the management of the budget allocated to play poker. This is also known as bankroll. To make everything easier for you, we show you the buyins. So it will be more complicated for you that a bad streak will leave you without money and out of the game.
|Number of players in Tournament (Average)||Number of recommended buyins for your bankroll|
|9 players||24 buyins|
|45 players||69 buyins|
|90 players||103 buyins|
|245 players||154 buyins|
|550 players||219 buyins|
|1200 players||289 buyins|
|2600 players||375 buyins|
Now we present you an advanced poker chart. They are ideal for hand for hand play. Thanks to the information we get, we can know if it is better to go all-in or fold on the play. It is a great option when mathematics doesn’t help us to get out of doubt. They are perfect for one on one and heads up play.
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