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Good Poker Starting Hands

The first subject you must recognize when you play poker is which hands are fine and which are awful to enter a poker round with. Many beginners make a fundamental mistake as not learning this simple but crucial poker subject, if at any time you do not understand this article then pause, take a minute and get back into it, this is not a subject you would want to skip.

Despite the fact that it depends on the number of players in the game and the poker variant you play, there is a general starting hand guide which you can use to improve your chances to win the pot without the use of advanced poker strategies.

The best starting hand are a high pair such as A-A, K-K, Q-Q, J-J, 10-10 or three of the same kind (trip/set) such as 7-7-7 or 5-5-5 and if you're lucky enough it could be even A-A-A. By sticking to these starting poker hands you are bound to win some money at poker games.

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