Poker is much like a game of survivor where the pro takes the control over the weak one. Sometimes, decently played games can be lost too. Reading through the poker tips can help you to give some chips of ideas to solve the poker puzzle.Here are Some Tips that you can use while playing the Poker:First thing first is just have yourself two-three strategies in your mind and apply your strategies strongly during the play. Just pre-conditioned your mind to available with the strategies you have decided. If you think that one strategy is failing, just start thinking about second strategy and if not, apply third. And if you think that it is not your day and none of your strategies are working, just quit from the game, because it is possible that if luck is not with you, you might lose big money.The most important rule is not to play the game when you are drunk. I have seen so many people, who plays the game in the drunken condition and they lose big amount of money. Even, I have done this, so it is really advisable. Whenever a person plays the game in drunken condition, there are fewer chances for him to have a concentration on the game. In such cases, other parties take the advantage of the conditions.Don’t play the game when you are mad, sad on in general bad mood over something. This is also an important rule, because same like drunken conditions, in these conditions too, there are less chances of having a focus on the game and other parties can take advantage of your condition. In addition to this, there are chances that you take wrong steps in anger of madness and that can contribute to the loose.Pay your attention on other players. It is possible that two or three players play a bluff with you. For example, if you know that one player always raise in a certain positions, other has a poker tell when he bluffs and third person always folds to every re-raise, you can use the information in order to take a decision that how you can play against them. Once you come to know that the third player always folds on the re-raise, at the time you can bluff and can steal a pot.Another important tip is to pay attention on the cards at the table. When you start playing the game, it is okay just to remember how to play and to pay attention at your own hand. But, once you get into the game, it is very important to look at the cards on the table and what’s exactly happening on the table. Figure out what the best possible hand can be to fir the flop. Also notice flush and straight possibilities.
Sometimes our guest lists are larger than the number of characters in our murder mystery game. Typically, as excitement grows about our parties, so do our guest lists. Follow these eight easy tips for drawing non-suspect guests into your murder mystery game so the number of people attending your party will only be limited to the size of your living room.1. Assign guests to read the introduction/chapter evidenceEach chapter in your murder mystery game begins with either an introduction or general evidence to be shared with everyone. Most hosts begin the chapter by delivering the introduction/evidence themselves. If you have additional guests not playing a suspect, consider assigning one guest to share the introduction or evidence for each chapter. In the average mystery game this would engage 4-6 non-suspect guests, pulling them into the plot by getting them personally involved.2. Assign a guest to be a clue master
A clue master delivers the clues at the start of each chapter. Clue masters always have a good time – they deliver exciting new information, drawing them into the fun – a perfect solution for those who want to attend but don’t want to be a suspect. Nine times out of ten the clue master has so much fun they elect to play a suspect upon the next murder mystery game.3. Create a “Notes” page
At the start of the mystery give all murder mystery party attendees a page on which to keep notes during the mystery (or if you’re really ambitious, provide little notebooks to each guest). The notes page will help each guest remain involved with the game and keep track of clues even though they are not being accused.4. Make a spectacle of the end-of-game accusations
My favorite part of facilitating or hosting mystery games are the accusations. By this point in the mystery game, everyone has loosened up and all are having fun. When it’s time to accuse one another, even the most withdrawn people find it hard to stay out of the excitement. When requesting accusations, focus on your extra guests – they are unbiased and have been watching everyone closer than you think. Ask them who they accuse and, most importantly, why. You’ll be amazed by how close extras pay attention, and accusing someone is their moment to shine!5. Offer prizes for correct accusationsDisplay your prizes on a small table and at the beginning of the game explain their purpose. When I facilitate a game, I’m always shocked at how crazy people go over even the silliest prizes – rubber balls, hanging Halloween spiders – anything you can imagine. I always enjoy shopping for little prizes; even a dollar store offers great, cheap prize ideas. Also, as a Host Help exclusive, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a FREE MURDER MYSTERY GAME GIFT CERTIFICATE. Make it your main prize and watch the excitement mount.6. Asssign a Detective (if one not provided in your murder mystery game).
Certain mysteries, like Murder on the Mound, include an optional detective role, but any game can contain a detective. The detective reveals the solution at the end of the mystery. Think of this as Sherlock Holmes’ big reveal at the end of any of Arthur Conan Doyle’s stories. How little or how much your detective does is up to you, but here are some ideas. The detective could wear a badge, gather fingerprints as people arrive and read the suspects descriptions at the start of the game. As the game goes on and your guests mingle and share clues, your detective could interrogate people. Heck, at the end of your murder mystery game, the detective could even handcuff the guilty suspect and take them away.7. Start some gossipAnother one of my favorite things to do when facilitating a murder mystery game is to start gossip. As my guests mingle and share clues, I get a thrill out of whispering to an extra, “That Daisy Crook seems lie she’s got something to hide…” or “Did you see the way Ester Runner glares at Nicola Drake?” It’s so devious, and more times than not the person I approach shares their gossip and suspicions with me. Go on, start some gossip.8. Create a buzzThere is a very good reason I put this hint last. With the previous seven tips, your mind should be racing with ideas of your own. These ideas make it easy to create a buzz about your party. Creating a buzz is so much fun I have written an entire article on it!