May 23, 2018
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As we all now, Poker games is a game of skill and there is no set formula to become a master poker player. However, with a few tips and tricks, you can indeed change the game in your favour. You can do this by mastering the art of manipulation which can help you in winning more pots irrespective of the cards you have in your hands. Floating the flop is a move that turns the tables against your opponent by spinning his/her continuation bets to their disadvantage. It is a bluffing technique that needs to be perfected before you attempt it for some obvious reasons.

It is commonly used in every form of Texas Hold’em and considered as an influential poker move. Look out for any weakness by calling your opponent’s bets on a flop with a confidence and make the situation favorable for you. You should have all the vivacious information before you make this move as some players can also fake control of a variety of hands and involves in persistence bets. Seeing that you are liberally calling his bets when you take away the pot from him/her on the turn or river, he may be less inclined to fire continuation bets.

What it simply means?

When an opponent checks on the turn, you make a move that calls a bet on the flop with the only intention of betting with the pot in mind. The biggest benefit of Floating is that you can take a note of what your opponent does in the next round of betting; you can release if he bets and you can attack if he checks. But you also need to remember that if your opponent becomes aware that you are betting most turns that he checks, then he might begin defending himself against the float. So, utilize it smartly with moderation.

What to remember?

  • It is most effective in heads-up pots
  • You should be in position before you attempt this move
  • It never works against a loose or a passive calling action
  • Floating the flop and bluffing the turn will typically be more effective than floating the turn and bluffing the river
  • Check for your opponent’s flop continuation bet statistics if you are anticipating it in an online game
  • Make sure that your opponent holds better cards than you do
  • Attempt this only with tight and aggressive players as they are the only one who constantly indulge in continuation betting and preflop raising

PokerBaazi is proud to reveal that IPC champion and one of the prominent figures in the Indian poker circuit, Jasven Saigal has taken the role of a Strategic consultant at PokerBaazi.

Poker Pro turned Tournament organizer, Jasven Saigal is an extremely enigmatic megastar and has won many championships during his 8 years of poker career.  Hailing from a family who runs a catering business, Jasven indeed entails poker charisma and passion. Having served as co-director at Aces-Unlimited, Jasven is a rare combination of poker player and entrepreneur, extremely talented and successful at both. He was also voted as the ‘Live Tournament Poker Player of the year 2014’ by GutShot magazine.

 “We are thrilled to have him on our team at PokerBaazi, building value for our team and budding poker players. Together we will augment the reach of poker and show upcoming poker enthusiasts the competitive, fun and strategic game of poker,” said Navkiran Singh, CEO of PokerBaazi. He will add a lot of flair, skill, and swag to PokerBaazi, added Navkiran.

As the newest member of the PokerBaazi family, Jasven becomes part of a team of some of the best poker players like Paawan Bansal, Vikram Kumar and Abhishek Panda.

“I am very happy and humbled to be a part of PokerBaazi family. We will work toward inspiring more people in India to play and enjoy poker” said Jasven. He continued: “I have always done my best to work for the betterment of poker game in India and I will continue doing that. PokerBaazi has enormous potential and I’m excited to work with Navkiran and his team in introducing an amazing gaming experience.

Welcome to the team of PokerBaazigar!

PokerBaazi.com- India's Most Trusted Poker Website, is proud to reveal Bollywood actress Sunny Leone as its brand ambassador. Known for her looks and bold statements, she baffled Google when searches for her experienced a “breakout”. The actress is all set to add an oomph factor to the poker world with her stint with PokerBaazi.

Currently hosting a popular reality show Splitsvilla, she was approached by filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt, who offered her the lead in ‘Jism 2’ five years back. Distinguished for her performance in ‘Baby Doll’, she is also starring recently with Shah Rukh Khan in movie ‘Raees’ and took the internet by storm after she gained 8000 twitter followers in just two days.

Talking about the association, Navkiran Singh, founder of PokerBaazi said, “We are excited to have her as our brand ambassador. Her amazing beauty, grace, confidence, dignity, and sincerity encapsulates everything that we showcase through our platform for gaming industry”. She is all set to add the hotness quotient to the gaming world.

After the recent success of Baazi Poker Tour (BPT), this is another awesome surprise for poker lovers across the country. Over the next few months, the big boss reality star will be working with PokerBaazi in bringing the poker community together.  PokerBaazi is one of the India’s most trusted gaming websites. Playing Poker online is always an exciting experience, especially when you can win real money in it.

If you love playing poker then PokerBaazi is the perfect place for you! PokerBaazi gives you an amazing trajectory to play poker and make instant money online. Our UI gives you uninterrupted services to play the game inured with advanced technologies. We have decked our features bolder and brighter to make it responsive on every screen from mobile to tablet to desktop adapted with simple navigation and faster loading time.

Read the PART 1 here.

After a well-deserved break gallivanting around Europe for a month, I reached Monte Carlo for the EPT Grand Final. It was like being a kid in a candy store. As if the city didn’t offer enough in itself, the sheer volume of notable pros in the field left me star-struck to say the least. After running fairly deep in a couple of side events only to virtually bubble, I was more than determined to make the Main Event count. It could hardly have been a better start, as I became the first player in the room to reach the 70k stack in the first level of the day. After playing the big stack bully in the final level of day 1, I had managed to amass a 100k stack going into day 2, which made me a top 50 stack out of the 1100 who had registered.

Having been moved to three different tables within an hour of day 2, I was starting to get a bit restless and ended up spewing by triple barreling an unknown player who turned out to be a calling station. Managed to get the chips back pretty soon through none other than Winfred Yu, who jammed 12 bigs in the Hijack. I chose to make a close call in the big bling with AJ based on what I had seen of him in the past. He turned over K8 and my AJ held to knock him out. I started picking uncontested pots and dominating the table when this fateful hand came down. I opened pocket 55s from hijack to 3500 on 800/1600/200 and the button called.  Went heads up to a flop of Qd 5h 2h. I led out 4k and the button who had been doing some weird stuff raised it up to 10k. I seriously considered my options, deciding on playing the hand fast by re-raising to 26k against an opponent who hates folding. He called and the Jc fell on the turn. It was pretty much a brick and I over-jammed 70k to polarize my hand. He called it off within a minute and turned over the KQ of hearts for top pair with a flush draw. I got it in as an 82% favorite, but it didn’t amount to much as the 4 of hearts on the river showed me the door.

It was a brutal end to what was shaping up to be a promising tournament and I had steam coming out of my ears for about an hour. Poker can be a cruel game at times but it’s important to keep making the right decisions and leave the rest to fate. That’s all any of us can really do at the end of the day. It was an unbelievable experience playing with some of the sharpest poker minds in the world, knowing I can hold my own against them and I look forward to doing the same next month at WSOP in Vegas.

For now, its an exciting time to be part of the PokerBaazi team with the third edition of the Poker Premier League just around the corner, promising a whopping 40 Lacs in guarantees. I just can’t wait to get back to the online felt during the PPL and bring some glory to the House of Baazi. Being behind the scenes with the team, I can also vouch for the awesome preparation going into the inaugural Baazi Poker Tour, which is going to be a game changer when it comes to live poker tournaments in India. Join us at Deltin Royale in Goa from the 23rd to 26th June and stand to win from the 50 Lac GTD prize pool across the four BPT events. See you at the tables!

Chris Moneymaker’s surname actually made more sense when he turned $39 into $2.5 Million at the 2003 WSOP event and sparked the poker boom. He gave hope to many young players and millions of people began playing poker online and live across the world. Born on Nov 21, 2015, Chris Moneymaker has a master’s degree in accounting from the University of Tennessee.

He was working as an accountant when he won a seat into the main event of the 2003 World Series of Poker through a $39 satellite. He decided to enter a $39 satellite qualifier event to win an entry into the WSOP, basically a $10,300 buy-in. Soon, he was flying to Vegas and outlasted whopping 839 players to claim the series, giving the birth to “Moneymaker Effect”.

He made a few interesting moves in the tournament and Lou Diamond, one of the pros described him as a ‘dark horse’. He indeed got lucky during the final table, he was dealt pocket eights while Humberdo Brene had pocket aces, and he got another 8 later on in the hand to attain three of a kind.

Known as Money800 in the poker world, he became one of the most notable personalities in the world of professional poker. After this unexpected win, he quit his accountant job to work as a spokesperson for PokerStars. He even donated $25,000 toward medical research in the fight against cancer.

Married with one daughter, Chris had another WSOP cash the next year in the $5000 Pot-Limit Omaha poker event before getting busted in 10th place. In 2004, he finished second by winning $200,000 at the WPT Bay 101 Shooting Start Tournament. Chris won $139,635 in the PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) in Sep, 2008.

Rankings & Key Statistics

  •    United States All Time Money List- 154th
  •    Tennessee, USA All Time Money List- 1st
  •    All Time Money List Current Rank- 246th
  •    All Time Money List Best Rank- 17th
  •    Global Poker Index Ranking- 4,105th
  •    Popularity Ranking- 58th
  •    Best Live Cash- $2,500,000
  •    Total Live Earnings- $3,609,863

Career Highlights

  •    Won $2,500,000 at the 2003 WSOP $10,000 Main Event, May 2003    
  •    Won $21,000 at the 2004 WSOP $5,000 Pot Limit Omaha, May 2004
  •    Won $24,480 at the EPT London £5,200 No Limit Hold’em, September 2007
  •    Won $130,000 at the PCA Main Event, January 2011
  •    Won $300,000 at the National Heads-Up Poker Championship, March 2011

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