1) It is very important to know all the possible combinations of Texas Hold’em starting hands in order to quickly and easily determine what hands you can form using your pocket cards and the community cards on the poker table.
2) Avoid drawing to the low end, or both ends, of a straight. That means that if you are holding a 7, 8 and a 9 comes on the flop, you don’t actually want to play for a J and 10, a 5 and 6, or even a 6 and 10.
3) Quickly and aggressively play high pairs and other good Texas Hold’em starting hands before the flop, which will add more money into the early pot and force the weaker players to fold their mediocre Texas Hold’em starting hands.
4) You must learn to quickly read the flop and make reasonable decisions, earlier than you will have to press the button in order to stay in the pot. You know that online Texas Holdem is much faster than its live counterpart, thus you must get accustomed to the faster pace of the game and learn to analyze the flop and make decisions much faster than in a casino. Flop analysis is a very important aspect of the game, but usually you have just up to ten seconds to decide whether to fold, call or bet.
5) Take notes and keep track of every game you play.
6) If you are a beginner or even an upstanding player, you must consider low-limit Texas Holdem games.