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POKER JARGON EXPLAINED


Pocket Cards:
The two cards you get start of a hand.

Sell:
To make small bets in the hope of getting called from a player with a lesser hand.

Slowplay: To not bet or raise with a very strong hand.

Stack:
The amount of chips a player has.

Suited Connectors:
Two cards of consecutive rank and the same suit.

Tell:
Quirk or action a player makes that will reveal their hand.

Tilt: When a player's emotions negatively affect their judjment.

 

 


Welcome to Play Tournament Poker - We hope you will find our tournament poker website a unique tournament poker playing experience, offering tips, features and information unparalleled on the Internet.  Play Tournament Poker brings to you a world of POKER TOURNAMENTS with poker rooms and players from around the world for exciting multi-player poker.

Play Tournament Poker :
Texas Hold'em - the world's most popular poker game
Omaha - an exciting variant on Texas Hold'em
7 Card Stud - the most popular of the stud games.

Among these games, Play Tournament Poker covers many variations and combinations from:

• Limit, Pot Limit, and No Limit
• Single Table Tournaments
• Multi-Table Tournaments
• Satellite tourneys (Singles feeding multis and multis feeding multis)
• Rebuy/Add-on tourneys
• A wide range of Freeroll tourneys
• Guaranteed prize pool tourneys

Playing in Texas Holdem, Omaha and other variations of poker tournaments and satellite events is a great way to gain valuable experience and play against some great poker players.

First, let's have a look at the different kinds of poker tournament events you can find and play in. As you'll see, there's no shortage of poker tournament events in which to participate:

Online Poker Events - these online poker tournaments are extremely convenient and therefore highly popular. There are a number of different types of online poker tournaments:

1) Sit & Go: the most popular one and two table poker tournaments are always running, so you can jump into a quick tourney anytime. This is a great way to "learn the basics " with some tournament action.

2) Regular Poker Tournaments: there are various online tournaments of every imaginable kind. A couple of my favorites are held regularly on Full Tilt Poker, Paradise Poker and Party Poker - check web sites for more details. There are many poker tournaments available with entry fees as low as $1 and of course much, much higher.

3) Free-roll Poker Tournaments : these are "free", play-money tournaments held regularly on all poker sites. These freeroll tournaments are a great way to practice your poker tournament play without risking anything. Learn More

4) Four-player: these poker tournaments begin with 4 players split across two tables, where each pair of two players play against one another "heads-up", then the winner of each table heads-up match play the final table heads-up against each other. This is a great way to sharpen your heads-up play.

5) Heads-up: these poker tournaments are just what they sound like - two players going heads-up.

6) Satellites: these are "qualifier" events, where the top players in each satellite event progress to the next higher level, typically an entry into a bigger poker tournament event. Chris Moneymaker entered one of these satellite events on Poker Stars and ended up winning the World Series of Poker!

7) Private: some online sites (like Party Poker & Ladbrokespoker ) provide a convenient way to host your own private tournaments. This is a fantastic way to hold either a local club tournament or get together with a group of people from across the country or world and play together online periodically. I belong to a local club, and we play in person once per month, and online once per month - very convenient and a lots of fun, too.

 

Tournament Poker Events (Land Based)

Private Poker Tournament - home games and local poker club events that are taking place in your local area. You either have to know someone or locate these tournaments through local resources and listings in your area.

Casino Ship - public tournaments are often held on casino ships that sail from ports around the world.

Casino Poker Rooms - most casino poker rooms now hold regular tournament events.  See: US Poker Rooms European Poker Rooms

Major Casino Events - the major casinos (e.g., Bellagio, Four Queens, Horseshoe Casino, etc.) hold poker tournaments on a regular basis. These major events are preceded by a number of satellite events, where the entry fees are much more affordable, and you have an opportunity to leverage your play all the way into the big event. Check out " American Poker Tournaments"European Poker Tournaments" plus casino web sites for poker tournament schedules.

World Series of Poker - the original, most famous poker tournament event held each year at the Horseshoe in Las Vegas

World Poker Tour - the latest in world-class poker tournament events, made famous by its regular TV appearances and large prizes.

 

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