No-Limit Hold'em is one of
the most complex forms of poker. This is because there is no limit to
the amount of your bid, and it is therefore possible to be very creative
with your bets. This opens up a certain degree of complexity, as there
are a myriad of strategies that can rob your opponents all their pennies
in a single hand!
When 'advertiser', so do it to let your opponent see a certain hand, so you get a certain image, which then in turn can use against opponents later. This game is mostly used when your opponents always think you have a good hand, or vice versa when they never believe you. Therefore, it is time to announce if your bluffs constantly being called, or if you never get action on your good hands.
Very simple actually. You play the hand opposite of the image you have, and then shows you your opponents hand. Let's say you're playing against a bunch of tight opponents who lie every time you bid with a big hand, with the result that you can only win small pots.
An advertising game could be to raise with 72 off suit, and offer small all the way to steal the pot. If you feel strong resistance, then you are probably forced to throw hand, since your opponents so far have shown you great respect. In this case it is just waiting for another opportunity for advertising. The important thing is that the opponents now see you as a maniac, playing all hands, and therefore they pay you next time you have a good hand. Unlike the case if they always call your bluff. Here you only show your two aces when you bid with them and not being called.
Major Variants Of Poker
Texas Hold’em Poker is one of the most well-known
variants of Poker and is also probably the oldest one. The dealers
provide initially with two hole cards and later on two community cards.
The bets are placed over cards as the cards are distributed. The player
with the highest rank of hole and community cards wins in the end. The
players try to achieve the highest rank of cards which is a pre-set in
the rules of Poker.
Another variant is Omaha Poker. Here, a total of seven cards are distributed. Four in one go and three community cards later one by one. The whole gaming situation is witnessed, the odds are weighed and accordingly bets are placed. The whole point is to create a strong five-card hand in the end to pounce upon the lot.