SNAP Poker – Differences with standard tables.

Image result for snap pokerI have half an hour to play poker. I open the lobby and I’m looking for a table, in such a short time I can not play a tournament, so I’m going to look for some cash. I feel and I see that everything is very slow, that I will play 30 hands as much, and of them I will enter 10 if I am lucky with the cards. But it can happen that I have to throw away the 30 hands that they give me, either because the cards are bad or because the situation forces me to throw the cards. This is very boring, or I have a couple of hours, or I’m not going to sit and play.

I have half an hour to play poker. I open the lobby and I enter SNAP . I sign up to the level I want and they begin to distribute hands without stopping. Every time I shoot, I appear at a new table and play a new hand. In the half hour that I have been playing I have been dealt more than 100 hands. So it’s cool to spend a lot playing poker. If I have a lot of time I sign up for a couple of tournaments, if not, I feel like playing SNAP.

SNAP. Is there any difference with the normal tables?

Of course there is a difference. Although if you isolate a hand, everything is the same. Button, small blind, big blind, each speaks in order, flop, turn, river, showdown … Each hand is identical to the one you can play on a standard table.

But there are two important differences that we will have to take into account to adapt our game.

The first and most clear is that in each hand we will find different rivals. If in the standard tables we could go studying the game of the rivals and adapt ourselves; Now it’s going to be more difficult. The rivals will change in each hand, and we will not see the end of most of the hands, so we will not know which cards the rivals play and it will take much longer to know the trends of them.

The second is that the boredom factor disappears. When we receive a new hand as soon as we throw our cards, we will not reach that moment when we play a couple of bad cards because we are bored and we have not played for a long time.

Let’s see how we can adapt to these differences offered by SNAP Poker.

Different rivals in each hand

Meeting different rivals in each hand has its advantages and disadvantages. The main advantage is that if our standard game is good we will do better than the rivals who base their game on adapting to the opponent. It’s time to play correctly, make the right bets, play the right cards, draw value from the hands (see our poker values section), reduce the frequency of the bluffs.

Although it is going to be complicated that we get to see trends in the rivals, because we will not see almost the end of the hands and we will have many different rivals to focus on; If we see any trend in any of the rivals, we must take note of it, because the times we meet the opponent we have identified, we can take advantage, because in SNAP Poker players change their style of play less. The few notes we have will have a lot of value.

Much more action

Receiving a new hand at the moment you just throw away two cards that you do not like, avoid the temptation to play bad hands. This means that at SNAP Poker tables, when players enter the pot, they will have a higher than usual hand. In the normal tables when a player has not received a playable hand for a while, he begins to change his perception of reality and his desire to play a card causes him to give the hand that has received a higher value than the real one.

This does not mean that in SNAP only people with strong hands play. There will be players who will adapt to the format and start to steal blinds with mediocre hands. These are the ones you have to identify, to get more revenue from these tables.

Strategy for beginners

Taking these two points into account, we can prepare a strategy to face our first steps in SNAP Poker.

The main thing will be to steal the blinds. This is going to be our food. We will steal the blinds as soon as we have a medium playable hand, especially in the last two positions and in the small blind. A raise to three times the blind and if they pay us, we attack the flop with a continuation bet. This will be our main field of work. Most of the hands that we are playing will be in this scenario, so you have to master it.

If we have a player labeled as a blind robber, when we see that he has gone up, we will tend to re-raise him with the hands that we consider playable, since he will not normally put up much resistance. The usual thing is that he has a mediocre hand with which he only intended to take the blinds.

If we do not know anything about the player who climbs, then, as long as we have position and more than twenty times the value of his effective stack raise, we will pay him with speculative hands like small pairs and color connectors. Considering during the rest of the hand that the opponent carries some strong cards.

Finally, if we are on the flop without the initiative, we can pay the opponent’s bet whenever we have some kind of equity in it. It is worth to us with two superior cards or a tripona ladder, even with double semiproject of color and ladder. The objective is to steal the pot if he does not bet again on the turn, and if by chance we get ours, take a good pot if the opponent has a high pair.


By not getting bored, bad players will throw their worst hands, which are the J2s type and similar. But they will continue making mistakes, that if we can avoid them they will make us earn money. Playing without position mediocre cards, not using the correct size of bets, not taking the maximum benefit from good hands, etc.

If we avoid these basic mistakes and play a solid poker, adding these small adaptations to SNAP Poker, we will have a game superior to the rivals, and as we play more hands per hour, we will have greater benefits.

Enter our application and try SNAP Poker. You will see how you will choose it on the normal tables. More action, more speed, more emotion.

Paul Perkins

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