Could you hold your nerve to win £1,000,000..?

Welcome to - your online resource for Poker!

Click here to learn about poker, or click here to see all the latest offers from all the major poker rooms on the internet.

Here you can improve your poker game  as well as take advantage of all the latest offers from all the major poker rooms on the net. Whether you are a complete novice or a seasoned pro, we are sure you will find something of interest here at Poker Practice.

For the novice, why not take a look at the rules of poker first and then our article about learning to bluff & how to read the other players at the table. For the pro, take a look at our play poker may well find some deposit matching offers from casino's and poker rooms you haven't signed up to yet.

We hope you enjoy the site and good luck!


Different ways to beat your opponent:

Many poker players will try to bluff the opponent purely by the community cards on show. For example, if a 3, 5 and 6 have been drawn at the flop you could lay down a hefty raise. Your opponents will look at the community cards and assume that you may well be holding a 4 and/or a 7 - IE: they could well be looking at having to beat a straight. If they only have a pair, or maybe just a high card, they start to lose confidence in their hand straight away. Of course, many experienced players already know all about bluffing and may simply see through your raise as that: a bluff. This is when you need the ability to lack all emotion to pull this off successfully.

Sometimes it's better to just raise smaller, but more acceptable amounts to slowly rake chips into the pot throughout the rounds. Certainly, if you have a great hand the last thing you want to do is bet All-In and make everybody fold before you've had a chance to swell the pot, and of course your pockets!

Often, being at the button, or dealer, helps with bluffing. This is because you get to see what everybody else is choosing to do before having to make your decision. If everybody is checking then they may well be holding very little and this allows you to almost take control of the game.

Cookies & Privacy

Royal Flush -
Ace, King, Queen, Jack and 10, all of the same suit.

Straight Flush -
Any five-card sequence in the same suit.

Four of a Kind -
All four cards of the same value.

Full House -
Three of a kind combined with a pair

Flush -
Any five cards of the same suit

Straight -
Five cards in sequence, but not in the same suit

Three of a Kind -
Three cards of the same value

Two Pairs -
Two separate pairs

Pair -
Two cards of the same value

High Card -
Speaks for itself!

For example:

Three 10's and two 4's is a Full House, so therefore beats a Straight!

Play Now!

Website Design 

Copyright 2011-2012

All Rights Reserved

You are viewing the text version of this site.

To view the full version please install the Adobe Flash Player and ensure your web browser has JavaScript enabled.

Need help? check the requirements page.

Get Flash Player