Winning at cash games involves a combination of skill, strategy and mental agility. Here are some more tips to help you achieve table domination:
Choose your table wisely. Look for tables with players who appear weaker or less experienced than you. Avoid tables with strong, experienced players unless you’re confident in your ability to outplay them.
Pay close attention to your opponents. Watch their playing styles, tendencies, and any patterns they may have. The more information you gather, the better you can exploit their weaknesses.
Take advantage of your position at the table. Play more hands when you’re in a late position and fewer hands from an early position. This allows you to see how your opponents act before you have to make a decision.
Be selectively aggressive. Don’t be afraid to bet and raise when you have a strong hand or a good opportunity to bluff. This puts pressure on your opponents and can force them to make mistakes.
Vary your play
Mix up your playing style. If you’re always playing the same way, observant opponents will catch on. Incorporate a mix of tight and loose play, as well as aggressive and passive moves, to keep your opponents guessing.
Stay calm and composed. Emotional control is crucial in poker. Avoid tilting (losing control due to frustration or bad beats) as it can lead to poor decision-making.