For those who are new to poker, there are three things you can do to get started: 1) Watch TV, 2) Play Money online, and 3) Buy a book.

Most people have seen poker on television before. This is likely how they got interested in the game. There are many TV shows that show poker, and you can easily learn a lot from them by just watching.

Playing is the second thing you should do. Register at an online poker site and download the free software. After logging in, you’ll be able to access a “Play Money” bankroll that you can use for “play money” games. If you’re new to poker, I recommend that you only play “Play Money” games and not make any real money deposits. Start by getting your feet wet.

Online poker has many advantages. For those who are still learning the basics of the game, it is much more convenient than playing in a real game. It is easy to see the two hole cards and the community cards as well as how much money you have in your stack. You can see when it is your turn and the possible actions that you can take. Online poker will help you quickly and accurately learn the rules and structure of the game.

A book on poker is a great way to learn the basics of the game. Phil Gordon’s Poker: the Real Deal is a great book to start with. Phil does an excellent job of making the book fun and easy to read while still providing a lot of information about poker.

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