WSOP – Texas Holdem Poker WSOP Tips for New Players

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WSOP Tips and Tricks

We have compiled all tips & tricks from the WSOP loading screen. This might be helpful to all New Players.

  • Mix up your play to keep your opponents guessing!
  • Inside straight after flop? 9% chance hitting your card
  • Flush draw after flop? You have a 35% chance of hitting your flush
  • The odds of being dealt pocket aces are 220 to 1
  • Earn status points and a Chip bonus every time you level-up
  • Send and receive free chips from your poker buddies
  • Bet big on high-stakes tabled to level up faster
  • Playtika Rewards: Status up for bigger & better benefits
  • Pocket deuces have slightly better odds to win over AK pre-flop
  • Send chip gifts to your friends and they’ll return the favor!
  • Improve your play with the most extensive stats tracking in any poker game!
  • Spin & Win chips in between hands with the slot machine
  • Collect Free Chips every 4 hours
  • Respin the Mega Bonus Wheel to Win Big
  • Play with friends! Invite them to join you at any table
  • Invite New Friends to Play WSOP and unlock 50,000 bonus chips!
  • In omaha, you must use exactly 2 of 4 hole cards
  • In Omaha, you must use exact 3 community cards to complete your hand
  • Challenge yourself! Raise the stakes for a competitive experience
  • Checkout your Playtika Rewards Benefits
  • View the ranking of Poker Hands
  • Use chips to play and buy gifts
  • Pad your bankroll with great deals in the Chip Store


More Tricks:

  • Login to our site and Pad your bankroll by collecting free chips from our WSOP Free Chips  page (It's the summary of all free chips daily)


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Thanks for the tips..they have helped out alot..

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Profiles (2) : The most useful stat I think is the 'Pre-flop fold %' (PFF). Players with a PFF of 35% or better I treat as v. good, and PFF of 40% or better as 'expert'. If these players put in a big raise, whether pre-flop or after, they are much more likely to have a 'made' hand or one with great prospects, and less likely, in general, to be bluffing. So beware! But experts are good bluffers too !!

Players with a PFF of 20% or less I treat as 'weak'. Their big raises are much more likely to be very optimistic draws (like inside / gut-shot straight draws) or bluffs. But if they have only played a few number of hands (also visible on stats) - less than 1000 for instance - then you won't know whether they'll be strong or weak.

HOWEVER, remember the worst player in the world has the same chance of being dealt pocket aces as Daniel Negreanu or Phil Ivey !

Profiles (1) : Check your table opponents profiles by clicking on their icon. If they have very little in their bankroll other than what's in their table stack, they are likely to play much more aggressively, and sometimes take unjustifiable risks. Worth a Call ! (if you have a decent hand).



You about summed it up. Finding a table with the right kind of balance is the hardest part. In my opinion




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