King-Queen is a very profitable hand to play in DewaGG if you know how to play the hand. In early and middle position, it is best to simply fold your hand. You don’t want to get into a tough situation where your opponent has AK or KK. In late position, consider raising about three to four times the big blind. If the pot has been raised in front of you, simply fold the hand. On the flop, make a continuation bet about three quarters the size of the pot. Most times your opponents will fold and you will pick up some nice “free chips”. If you opponent calls the flop, it is usually best to check the turn. If your opponent checks the turn, you should bet the river about three quarters the size of the pot. A lot of players will bluff on the river, but if you have a good read on your opponent, you can be aggressive and take down the pot.

mitting a flop raise will be difficult if you have a lot of players in the pot. When you hit the flop, you should be aggressive and play KQ aggressively. Your opponents will have a difficult time putting you on a hand because you are playing so many hands. Pay attention to your position at the table and your opponents. Adjust your play based on what you know about your opponents and their tendencies. Adjust your play to the type of opponents you are playing against. If you are playing against a lot of calling stations, you want to play the hand very cautiously. Try to get your chips into the middle of the pot. Try to get all your opponents in the pot. At the middle stages of the tournament, you can steal the blinds with small raises and by being selective. Play quality hands and be aggressive when your opponent calls. You should be a selective and aggressive player and your goal should be to build a big pot. Your chips will always be a surplus against calling stations. The best decisions you make are the ones made after a raise. Chips Before Action

Chips play an important role in the early stages of a tournament. When you raise pre-flop, you run the risk of letting more people into the hand. A raise discourages players from playing the hand unless they hit a big hand. Letting more people into the hand reduces your chances of winning the hand. Big hands hit the flop more often pre-flop. It is common to be out pre-flop with suited cards flopping.

The best decisions pre-flop are to call, raise or fold. You need to play your opponent and your cards. When you play your cards strongly, you will win the majority of pots. People wish to take people to the river with a big raise because it is an obvious steal. Even if you do get called, you will have a better chance of winning the pot. Sometimes you will hit your hand and you do not want to go out without a premium hand. If you think you will not hit the flop, do not raise. Let things play themselves out. Once you are on the flop, throw a decently sized bet out there. Try to steal the blinds by forcing people to fold. Be aggressive pre-flop and you will win the majority of pots. The one move you want to master is to decide exactly how much to bet or raise pre-flop. Fit or fold. This is your decision. Bet heavy and slow on the flop and take down the small blind. Be aggressive and play suited cards aggressively. When you have a premium hand, you need to slow the game down on the flop. Many times while playing Texas Hold’em, you will have to decide to bet or raise your hand. This is an important play pre-flop because it denatures your hand. Against an aggressive player, you can possibly bluff your way through a pot. When you raise pre-flop, you will gain a reputation as a strong player. Once people know that you raise pre-flop, they will not want to draw out against you. It will be harder for your opponents to call your bets when you have a strong hand. Against a tight player, you can win the pot right there with a raise. The next thing you need to pay attention to is your position at the table. When you are in early position, you need to make a small raise or a forced bet. Let other players get excited and uncertain if you have a monster hand.