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The micro-stakes in cash games (or micro-limits) are considered anything between $0.01/$0.02 – $0.25/$50.  Just for reference: Micro Stakes: $0.01/$0.02 Low stakes: $0.50/$1 up to $2/$4 Mid Stakes: $3/$6 up to $5/$10 High Stakes: $6/$12 and higher. Why is Poker Strategy Different for Micro-Stakes Games? The thing about micro limits tables is that while they’re...
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What is Range Balancing? As you move past the $0.25/$0.50 6-max cash games, one of the topics that becomes extremely important is called “range balancing”. Range balancing means playing different cards the same – or the same cards differently, in order to confuse your opponent and balance your “hand range.”  We know that one of...
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Calculating Win-Rate in Cash Games Your win rate in online poker is a measurement for how much profit that your making in your games. Why is Calculating your Win Rate Important? As you start playing online poker semi-professionally, it’ll become extremely important to keep an eye on your win rate and sessions.  This might be...
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Float Play Float play is a defensive tactic for bluffing loose aggressive players.  You don’t have to worry about it yet, but once you clear your free poker bankroll in the micro-stakes games and move up a for levels, learning how to use float play becomes steadily more important.  In low stakes and mid-stakes cash games, you’ll...
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Continuation Betting A lot of the time when you raise pre-flop you will get called by multiple opponents and miss the flop.  A continuation bet is when you bet the flop having been the last pre-flop raiser, in the hope of taking dead money down in the pot and folding the other opponents.  It’s a...
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