New Players Should Only Play These Hands in Texas
If you are a new player trying out Texas Holdem you should really
only play ten hands. Yes, it sounds boring to fold nearly every
hand but if you want to win money then you should only be playing
top hands. Let’s look at the only hands you should play.
This is the top hand in Texas Holdem and an automatic play no matter
This is the second best hand in Texas Holdem and once again an automatic
play no matter the situation. Not many players will ever fold Kings.
The third best hand is a pair of Queens but this hand doesn’t
feel as good when an Ace or King flops.
This hand is very good but it is not a made hand. It needs to hit
something on the flop to be any good. It is stronger when it is
A pair of Jacks is a strong hand but only preflop as it gets weaker
after the flop if an Ace, King or Queen flop.
This is the second best drawing hand but it is rarely a hand you
want to go all-in with.
This hand is solid but much better if it is suited. The only concern
is if an Ace hits on the flop.
This is another nice drawing hand and is better when it is suited.
This is another playable hand if you can get in cheaply and preferably
This hand is another drawing hand that is best played cheaply and