Friday, May 23, 2008

Poker Whiz Knows When To Fold ‘Em

CHICAGO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – To be a true poker pro, you have to know when to fold ‘em.

That’s the deal from 24-year-old poker whiz Taylor Caby, who runs a poker instruction business on

Caby – who began playing poker as a college student and turned $50 into millions by the time he graduated – says the biggest mistake newbie poker players make is playing every single hand.

He says it’s important to “be selective” at the poker table and know when to fold cards that won’t result in cash.

But if you’re going to play a hand, you better fully commit.

Caby explains, “You have to play aggressively. You have to bet, raise, and bluff – not just call. That’s how you psyche out your opponents.”

He also says it’s important to notice your opponent’s betting patterns, so you can stake out their next move.

And even if you’re losing big – like the time Caby lost $120,000 in one day – you must keep your head in the game.

He says, “Think of the game in the long run, and make better choices next time.”

Caby will appear in the World Series Of Poker May 27 through July 16.

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