Oct 16, 2018
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“Fake it till you make it”, this proverb is really significant while playing poker game as we all know the gala of unexpected ups and downs in the game. You might go through the flow of losing faith where you doubt each and every move, you might also go through unstoppable flair when you are damn sure of winning the game even before making any move. Uncontrolled ego and high confidence can be really valuable for you when playing poker. Let’s take a look at some of the advantages of legitimate ego:

  1. It lets you play consistently without going on tilt and be contented during declines. It gives you an utter confidence of belief that you are better than all players.
  2. Boosted ego indeed scare other players, so you can easily make it your weapon to play against your opponents.
  3. You get this feeling of “I know I am better than you” and you play with the paramount confidence in your knacks.
  4. You can adjust better to your opponent’s action since you are already hopeful of winning the game and you trust your moves better than others.
  5. The result won’t affect you whether you win the game or lose the game as at the end you believe in learnings. You will analyze each and every wrong move made by you. Downswing is not your cup of tea.
  6. You will clearly focus on the bigger picture rather than going on tilt for few bad beats. Dropping buyins won’t be a big deal for you now.
  7. The best part of supreme ego is that it saves you from tilt and hence hoards you from imminent bigger losses.
  8. You already know that you are better than your opponents and even if you lose, you learn from your bad moves.

Confidence and ego can be a good thing if you start associating your every move with learnings. It will deceive people into believing that you are already going to win the game, eventually dropping their confidence to the base. Play your best game and you will certainly earn money in poker game.

5 days, 24 super exciting events, 6.5 MILLION GTD prize, 20 LAC GTD Main Event, 2OK HighRoller Event, that’s some of the classy frills of PokerBaazi Premier League 4. We are already convinced that PPL 4 is offering the biggest cash prize ever offered to the Indian online poker community and each passing day is getting remarkably adorned with thrills and exhilarations. The day 2 was massive with the total prize pool of the 4 events reaching 11.44 LAC!

First Event

The first event commenced at 7 PM for 45K GTD [R+A] NO LIMIT Texas Hold’em. The event attracted 109 players and created a prize pool worth Rs 115500. Jimmy Arora ‘jeeven’ seized the lead with a cash prize of Rs 27720 making it two wins in two days , ‘Yogiraj’ grabbed the second spot and earned Rs 19635 trailed by ‘PlayEasy565’ at Rs 13860.

Second Event

The second bout started at 9 PM for 50K GTD [FreezeOut] Pot limit omaha poker. 105 players contested in it bringing a prize pool of Rs 105000. ‘rachubaba’ claimed the first position and earned Rs 25200, phil_ivey took the second spot by winning 17850 and ‘himanshu.zak’ took the third position by winning Rs 12600. The competition was delicately composed, but soon the tables turned with an instigation of the main event.

Main event

The main table voyage began at 10 PM for 5 LAC GTD [FreezeOut] NO LIMIT Texas Hold’em.  The main event drew 156 players creating a prize pool worth Rs 780000. The battle lasted for nearly 6 hours. Sridhar Ramineni ‘PlayEasy565’ came out the best to earn a cash prize of Rs 157950, ‘Perfecto’ took the second spot by winning Rs 118950, ‘Hades’ earned a prize money of Rs 89700 for the third place and ‘Amit030’ took the fourth place by winning Rs 66300.

Fourth event

Action approached the fourth combat for 60K GTD [6MAX] [R+A] NO LIMIT Texas Hold’em at 11.30 PM and attracted 114 players. They built up a prize pool worth Rs 144000. ‘sai120293’ paced to the top position by winning Rs 34560, ‘Vinstill’ captured the second spot by winning Rs 24480 and ‘pottysingh’ took the third spot by winning Rs 17280.

On the Leaderboard standings after Day2, ‘PlayEasy565’’ took the top spot with 934 points, ‘jeeven’ conquered the second position with 829 points and ‘zimmyyash’ got on to the third rank with 771 points.

There are three more days of play left in PPL 4. Head over to the PPL 4 Main page and check out the  schedule of the remaining events. Want to register? Have more questions? Just drop us an email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call us at 1800 3000 9630 Toll-free.

Please follow our social media channels for all the live updates of PPL 4 to find everything from the leading players in terms of money, final tables and leaderboard points etc.

PokerBaazi Premier League aka PPL is by far the biggest stage for poker players longing for ultimate online poker experience and biggest cash prizes in India. This can be accentuated with the datum of PPL 4 bestowing players with a guaranteed prize of 6.5 Million. Well, the delight fast-tracked when the first day kindled with thrills, adrenaline and excitement, kicked off yesterday at 7 PM and saw 144 registrations trailed with the main event offering 7 LACS GTD prize.

First event

The first event for day 1 commenced at 7 PM for 30K GTD [R+A] NO LIMIT Texas Hold’em. The event drew 120 players and they built-up a prize pool worth Rs 80600.  Keshav Chadha ‘Urindanger’ chugged all the way to the top spot by winning Rs 17732, ‘pingu’ took the second spot by winning Rs 13299 and ‘Nikhil.31.u’ earned Rs 9672 for the third place.

Second event

The action moved at a brisk pace when the satellite for the second event started at 7 PM where 44 players participated. The event 2 for day 1 instigated at 9 PM for 50K GTD [FreezeOut] NO LIMIT Texas Hold’em. 159 players created a total prize pool of Rs 79500. Jimmy Arora ‘jeeven’ treaded to the top position by winning Rs 16099, ‘thehorse7’ took the second spot by winning Rs 12124 and ‘krishan’ took the third spot with a cash prize of Rs 9143. Getting excited? Well, time to keep your nerves under control as we take you to the highlights of the main event.

Main event

The main event for 7 LAC GTD [2 ReEntries] NO LIMIT Texas Hold’em began at 10 PM. 144 players participated in it and the total prize pool went up to a whopping Rs 955000. The combat endured for straight 7 hours. ‘zimmyyash’ seized the lead by winning Rs 200550, ‘rohitbegwani’ was next in stroke with Rs 148025, ‘Mrsinister’ took the third spot by winning Rs 112213 and ‘killersam’ took the fourth spot by winning Rs 85950.

Fourth Event

The fourth event for 45K GTD [R+A] [Turbo] NO LIMIT Texas Hold’em commenced at 11.30 PM. 108 players contended in it and the total prize pool was Rs 91200. ‘pocketjs’ took the top position by winning Rs 21888, ‘VnutsG’ shoved for Rs 15504 and ‘Amit030’ took the third spot by winning Rs 10944. The gala is not over yet and concoct yourself for much more looked-for delights in PPL 4, which is a 5-day affair and encompasses 24 super exciting events.

We have always mentioned that Leaderboard points are as exciting as the games and PPL 4 will have a leaderboard prize of 6 LAC Real cash chips. ‘zimmyyash’ took the top spot with 564 points, ‘Urindanger’ got the second rank with 471 points and ‘jeeven’ got the third rank with 466 points.

Head over to the PPL 4 Main page and view a schedule of the remaining events. Want to register? Have more questions? Just drop us an email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call us at 1800 3000 9630 Toll-free

Please follow our social media channels for all the live updates.

"Poker takes five minutes to learn yet a lifetime to ace"

Poker can take you to the peak of excitement and at the same time bring you down into the pond of dilemma and doubts. In the wake of learning poker, players wind up plainly on edge to ingest as much as they can about poker tips and traps.

One of the finest approaches to enhance your gaming skills is to pursue books composed by poker specialists. To enable you out in refining your game, we present a rundown of books each poker player should read especially Texas Hold’em Players.

The Making Of A Poker Player

This book is composed by Ben McGrath which speaks about the journey of Matt Matros from school play area games to casino card rooms and on to poker tournaments where he played against and conquered, the best players in the business. You will unquestionably be able to savor your aptitude after perusing this book.

How To Play Poker For A Living

The book written by Ashton Cartwright gives you a comprehension of what it takes to be a Poker Professional Player. You will get the chance to read the journey of twenty-eight expert poker players including Ashley Warner, Aaron Mordey, Alan McMaster, Paul Hockin, Mathew Brown and Slava Sheynin and so on. You will know each and every aspect of playing poker for a genuine living.

The Mental Game of Poker

Jared Tendler and Barry Carter, the writers of this book will help the poker players to dodge themselves from the mental anguish of poker by perusing this book. The game is complete chaos with regards to winning or losing and it can easily incur significant toll on you. You should go for this book if you have uncertainty on your playing abilities, or you require inspiration or you are quite recently experiencing tilt.

The Theory of Poker: A Professional Poker Player Teaches You How to Think Like One

This book is absolutely for you if you are inspired by poker essentials. You will take in the idea, concept, and theories of about each variety of the poker games. The book likewise briefs about the game hypothesis, brain science, bankroll administration, the significance of the position, moderate play, bluffing and deception and so on.

 Every Hand Revealed

Each poker player wants to gain from experiences of poker professionals and one of the poker specialists has corralled his journey in the canniest way ever. You can take in the victorious privileged insights of Pro Gun Hansen by perusing his book. He is known as "The Madman" in the poker world because of his faultless techniques.

 Elements of Poker

Composed by Tommy Angelo, who is a savant, poker author, and poker mentor, this book uncovers another universe of profitability for your bankroll and your life. You can irrefutably keep away from tilt after reading this book and save a lot of money at the poker felt. Read everything about bankroll administration, beginning hands, positions and so on written in easiest dialect ever.

Go through the books and improve your Texas Hold’em gaming skills and do try your hands on PokerBaazi- India's Most Trusted Poker Website. It schedules massive guaranteed tournaments and also freerolls! Start Rolling Guys!

Home poker games are famous among players looking for ease and excitement. The best part of a home poker game is that you d­­o not have to travel all the way to casino clubs hiding from folks, plus you get to play with your friends and family members in your comfort zone. Playing poker in a casino can be tedious sometimes as you are required to play with much more solemnity while sitting next to unknown people. Without keeping your curio on hold, we bring you a few things to always remember before hosting a home poker game.

  1. Always check with local laws before hosting a poker game at your home. Hosting a poker game may or may not be permitted depending upon area.
  2. The next step would be to invite your friends and family members and hopefully, this is the most convenient part.
  3. Do not overlook to order supplies like chips, chairs, tables and dealer buttons. You might want to bring two, three extra chairs in case of unexpected advents. You can play on a kitchen table if you don’t want to make your shopping a fanatic affair.
  4. You can also use a bottle cap or a coin if you do not have a dealer button.
  5. Bring some posters on tournament rules you are planning to play to avoid conflicts in future. In the case of confusion, anybody can just go and check the rules written on the poster. You will definitely avoid some yelling and whining.
  6. You can choose a game subjecting to various factors like how newbies the invitees are, cash game or just a friendly home game. You will need to clear what kind of game you aim to play.
  7. Make sure you follow hard rules if there is a lot of money at stake even if it’s a very casual game you are hosting.
  8. Don’t let the people assume that the game is just for fun, just because the stakes are low. You should keep reminding them about the rules.

While a guest is eventually responsible for his/her behavior, it is up to the host the way he reflects the seriousness of the game. You should be able to communicate the motto of hosting the game well to all the players. Happy Hosting!!

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