Online Poker and how to use it to beat this online recession
The recession is hitting pretty much everyone very hard in the last few months but there is a
way to beat the recession and make some free money on the internet. We're talking today
about online poker and how if you learn to play online poker you can make some money and
beat off those recession blues. Learning to play online poker isn't that difficult but it does, like
many things in life, require some solid practice and fundamentals in learning the game.
The first step to learning how to play poker is to find a good site where there are tutorials and
basic game play. Learning the fundamentals of the game will save you a lot of time, effort and
very possibly money! Money being the key thing to save and or earn. How many times have
you started to play a sport without proper training and become frustrated with your progress -
think one step forward and two steps back! King Edward Googley was overheard to exclaim
at a recent poker training event "It's vital to start with a check list of what you need when
learning poker. I'd recommend that first and foremost you need to get trained properly -
without proper training you won't win hands and make the sort of money that will pay the rent"
The recent downturn in the economy does not have to affect you financially if you're willing to
learn a top money making skill like learning to play online poker. One classic mistake many
new players make is not getting properly trained. Training is vital to your ability to succeed
online. You can always try and learn on the job but many new players complain that they wish
they had done their homework before launching into their part-time career of playing poker
online. The following steps will help you to start the learning process.
1. Find a place to learn online poker
2. Practice what has been taught
3. Find an online mentor to help you practice
4. Go to rooms with small pot games - this helps you to practice and no