Everybody’s strategy is diiferent. There is not one strategy that is better than than other. When you find a system that works for you, stick with it. The only strategy that really matters is a winning one. I strongly suggest picking up a book or two to help you develop you own strategy. A great resource to begin with is: Power Point Poker System for Texas Hold’em. Learn more about this ebook by clicking here.
Here is a listing of some player profiles that will be useful:
The following are general characteristics of certain types of players you may use these descriptions to asses your competition and determine whether a game is profitable or not.
Loose- The typical loose player plays a lot of hands. They are usually inexperienced and do not understand the importance of selecting a starting hand. Loose players tend to buy into the old adage that “ any two cards can win”. They will often see the flop and many times call until the river and even showdown with poor hands. These types of players rely a lot on the luck of the draw, but be wary of loose players because when they’re getting lucky they can put even the most seasoned pro on tilt.