Oct 16, 2018
PokerBaazi

PokerBaazi

Poker is a game of skill, fun, excitement, chance, passion and above all rules the family of card games. It has garnered popularity across the world for its wonderful combination of luck and skill. The way poker games have been structured, that’s the beauty of them. It has a history of over the hundred years and over the time, slang has been developed to describe various situations. Slang is a type of language consisting of words and phrases that are regarded as informal or would normally take many words to describe that. Moreover, it sounds fun to have a special dictionary dedicated to just poker. Some of the poker slang includes-

  • Assault Rifle- A-K-4-7
  • Burn- To discard a card
  • Boat- Full house
  • Bump- A player who wishes to raise
  • Bullet, Rocket- A
  • Blow-up- Psychological or strategic meltdown
  • Bonus Whoring- Building a bankroll without being a winning player
  • Color up- To exchange lower denomination chips with higher denomination
  • Chirping- When a player talks a lot after winning a pot
  • Chop- To split a lot
  • Cowboy- K
  • Full Boat-Full house
  • Johnny, Jackal, Knave, Hook- J
  • Jackpot- Three Sevens
  • Lady, Girl- Q
  • Noah’s Ark- Four pair
  • Nuts- The best poker hand possible
  • Nut Straight- The best possible straight
  • Nut Flush- The best possible flush
  • Outs- Hidden cards in the deck that can give better hand
  • One eyed jacks- The jack of hearts and the jack of spades
  • On the Finger- Money received on credit
  • Pass- No betting or folding
  • Paint/Picasso Flop- Three face cards
  • Pat- No further cards required
  • Quads- Four-of-a-kind
  • Rock- A player who plays only the best possible hands
  • Rainbow- Three different suits
  • Runner-runner- In need of two particular cards in the next two rounds to make an envisioned hand
  • Rags- Three low cards
  • Steal- Winning the pot by bluffing
  • Set- Three of a kind using 1 card from the board and 2 from your holecards.
  • Snarker- A player who wins and insults the loser
  • Suicide King- The King of Hearts
  • Tiger- Low hand such as 2,3,4,5,6
  • Trips- Three-of-a-kind using 2 cards from the board and 1 from your holecards.
  • Two-tone- Two different suits

When we asked many poker players the reason for choosing that particular poker site to play and win cash, most of them exalted it with the response ‘easy banking options’ above and beyond ‘reputation’ and ‘trust’. The biggest hurdle of a beginner is getting cash into an online poker account. We bring you a guide on what all methods are available to deposit money into your online poker site account in India or anywhere else.

Debit Cards

Debit Card is an inexpensive and easy way to deposit money to your online poker India account. Money debited from your account will be reflected instantly on your poker site India account. During the case of withdrawal, all your winnings will be sent back directly to your bank account attached to that debit card. It should be the first option you should try and only if your card gets declined, then you should explore other options.

Bank Wires and Drafts

For direct transfer from your bank you can use Drafts and Bank Wires, but the bank will detect a fee for both a draft and a wire transfer.Bank wire is again an instant process where you can transfer money electronically. The drawback of the draft is that you have to mailed manually to the online poker room, it will take a few weeks.

Web Wallet

There are many different types of web wallets available such as ewalletXpress and usemywallet which are certainly becoming popular among players. You can add money to your ewalletXpress account with echecks, money orders and back wires. You will have 24/7 access to your account and they might charge you a fee, which is very small compared to a draft.

Money Transfer Services

This is something cagey among players, but it is possible to use the Western Union to deposit money to your poker account. It is easy, secure and fast as well. The biggest disadvantage of using it is that you will have to pay huge charges and the whole process could be a bit expensive and dicey affair.

Moneybookers

This is another simple way to fund your poker account and is accepted by all the major rooms. Neteller  is similar to e-wallet, you can give an online account. You can add money to that account by using different methods.

Playing poker drunk is an awful thing you can do to yourself and to your money. You might get thrilled to bits when you get high but losing your own money is just not funny. Try to avoid such adventure where you have to cost your own money and you will not be able to do anything about it in the next morning. Read on to know the other horrific consequences.

LOSING MONEY

If somebody tells you that he/she won a lot of money in Nevada after getting drunk, then trust us this is the most common lie people make to influence others. There might be other reasons which can make you stop from playing poker drunk but this is the worst outcome one can face. Losing money can be the most painful especially during a financial crisis.

YOU CAN GO ON TILT

Tilt is already titled as a pathetic upshot even when playing sober. Going tilt when drunk can be the most hazardous aftereffects of playing poker games online. You will do a lot of senseless things and would have no control on hand ranges and hand reading.

YOU CAN BECOME A FISH

When playing drunk, you will be an easy target for poker players looking for fish to make profits. Alcohol will indeed impair your decision-making capabilities and you might play aggressively. No one will be there to stop you from bluffing on many turns and river.

YOU MAY END UP DOING A CRIME 

There are many cases which have been reported when poker players have tried to steal money from their friends when they lose all money while playing online poker. You may end up committing a crime and can even get arrested. If you escape arrest, there are high chances you might lose a good friend.

YOU WILL  LOOK LIKE A JERK NEXT DAY

After losing money or even friends in some cases, it will be a guilt for you to spend the next day. You may facade regret or depression which is hard to ignore as it can cost you your health too.

Stay away from the computer or lock yourself in a room, if you have to, but just don't play whilst you are drunk.

Nickname - Kid Poker

Born and Brought up - Daniel Negreanu was born in Toronto, Canada and currently lives in Las Vegas, NV.

Winnings - $$12,432,367

WSOP Bracelets - 6

WPT Champions Cups - 2

Books - Hold'em Wisdom for all Players, Power Hold'em Strategy

Movies - X-Men Origins: Wolverine and Detention

Rankings-

Canada All Time Money List - 1st

All Time Money List Current Rank - 1st

All Time Money List Best Rank - 1st

Global Poker Index Ranking - 49th

Popularity Ranking - 1st

Best Live Cash -   $8,288,001

Total Live Earnings -  $32,469,980

Timeline

1974 - Born on July 26th, 1974 in Toronto, Daniel Negreanu is the biggest name in the poker world.

1990 - Discovered his kinship for poker, pool hustling and gambling.

1995 - Came to The City of Lights, Las Vegas to the tenet poker world, but soon realised casinos in Vegas were different from the Casinos in Toronto. Daniel lost his bankroll in Vegas and went back to Toronto to reconstruct what he had lost.

1997 - Patience paid well and Daniel was named best all-around player at Foxwoods’ World Poker Final.

1988 - Daniel was given the nickname “Kid Poker” in this year. At 23, he became the youngest person to win a popular gold bracelet taking down the $2,000 Pot Limit Hold’em tournament for $169,460.

2002, 2003, 2004 - He won subsequent titles in 2002, 2003, and 2008

2004 - It was indeed the best year for Daniel as he made it to 11 final tables which included two WPT victories (Borgata and Bellagio) and his third World Series of Poker bracelet in Limit Hold ‘Em. He earned title for both the World Series of Poker Player of the Year and Card Player Magazine Player of the Year titles. He was also named WPT Season 3 (2004-2005) Player of the Year. He won sumptuous $4,465,907 that year.

2005 - Daniel contributed a chapter for Doyle Brunson’s “Super System 2” and began working on his two books.

2007 - Became a member of PokerStars and released his book “Hold’em Wisdom for all players”.

2008 - Released his book “Power Hold’em Strategy” and managed to cash in 3 WPT events including a 3rd place at the Jack Binion World Poker Open for $384,000.

2009 - Acted in movie “X-Men Origins: Wolverine”

2011 - Acted in movie “Detention”

2013 - Daniel was named the 2013 WSOP Player of the Year, the 2013 Bluff Player of the Year and the 2013 Card Player Magazine Player of the Year and was ranked #1 on the GPI rankings to finish the year.

2014 - Won $8,288,001 for $1 Million Big One for One Drop and $156,674 for $10K No-Limit 2-7 Draw Lowball during World Series of Poker

2015 - Won $526,778 for $10K NL Main Event and $113,062 for $10K Stud Hi-Low during World Series of Poker.

You know how to play poker and after sitting down at a table, you realize that you know much less than you thought. Whether you are a beginner or a pro, it doesn’t matter, we bring you a few tips to help you become a better poker player and thus make more money wherever you play. It is indeed important to dredge up that what works for one individual might not work for another in poker.

Learn from the pros

Watching the play of pros like Antonio Esfandiari, Daniel Negreanu or Phil Ivey playing cash games and tournament is a great way to learn poker. Take necessary notes, listen to the commentators, analyze the players and watch the videos with a sombre approach. How they used to play in the beginning and how they play now or why they played that specific move will be really helpful to you in learning all the essential tips and tricks of the game.

Read poker books

A full-length book will give you greater insights than watching a 15-minute video. In the recent time, there are so many books available which have been written by online players specifically to provide valuable comprehensions. They have also covered various software used to play online poker games. You can read various free e-books on poker to get started.

Clear all basics

If you need to move forward, you will have to go back to basics and mastering the basics of the game will help not just a beginner but to a pro as well. Basics simply refer to knowing who to bluff, calculating pot odds, knowing your odds to make better hands, when to play tight or lose, and which cards to raise from which position.

Internet help

The virtual world is filled with so much information on poker via poker blogs, poker forums which are ideal for both beginners and challenging players. They comprise of poker strategies, poker advice, and free games. The best part is that they are free to use and you can indeed learn a lot from them.

Focus on other players

The best thing you can start doing now is to start observing your opponents even when you are not in a hand. Do notice or take note of when they third folds to each re-raise, if they have a tell or if any player raises in a certain position. Getting this information from your opponents will help you in bluff and steal the pot.

It’s ok to leave after the flop

It is sometimes ok to leave after the flop even when you think it’s going your way. The flop could kill you even if you start with a great hand. Some players, especially beginners find it really difficult to fold after the flop. They convince themselves to stay as they have already put money into the pot but this kind of thinking will only cause them to lose a lot of chips.

Poker is a game of luck, psychology, and strategy. You should know how to control your game and know when to quit. Many players make the mistake of playing the game when on tilt and end up losing lots of money. You should prepare yourself that anything can happen in poker and you can suffer bad beats or bad plays just like any other player. Once you realize that you are on tilt or angry, then you should take a break and only come back when you feel better.

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