1. Comfort and Convenience – You can play anywhere, anytime. As soon as you wake up, right before you fall asleep, whenever it’s comfortable and convenient for you!
2. No Expenses -No plane tickets and no hotel fees to get to Vegas! No parking fees or gas to go to your closest casino or local charity game.
3. Availability and Variety – There’s always a game ready for you online! Literally 24/7, whenever you want to play, other players are ready and waiting online. You can easily find different formats (ring / cash games, Sit-n-go’s and MTT tournaments), different poker games (Texas Hold ‘Em, Omaha, Razz, etc.) all at different stake levels (micro 2-cent tables to high-stakes).
4. Simultaneous Play – Something you cannot do at live games is play more than one table and/or tournament at the same time! Online you get more action, more hands and more experience. Play as many simultaneous games as you can profitably handle.
5. Flexibility – While you play online, you can multi-task. Do whatever else you want to do while you play. Take care of the laundry, do some homework, pay your bills… whatever! Of course, you should focus on your play, but online poker gives you that flexibility.
6. Excellent Learning Experience – At all levels, especially for new players, playing online is a great way to learn. In addition to watching poker on TV and reading books and magazines, actually playing poker is the fastest and best way to learn.
a. Because online poker is driven by technology and software, and the fact that you can play multiple tables and/or tournaments and sit-n-go’s, you easily can play hundreds of hands per hour (versus playing live, you’ll probably only get in 30-40 hands an hour).
b. Playing online also gives you the ability to review interesting hands, allowing you to analyze betting patterns, and the actions you took.
7. Poker Analysis Software and Stats – Playing online also gives you the capability to use additional software that displays and records statistical information on you and your opponents. This type of software application also archives every hand you play, giving you additional ways to review and analyze your hands and how you played them.
8. Less Intimidating – This is a big advantage, especially for new beginner poker players. Physically sitting face-to-face with a table of strangers is intimidating. There’s just too much going on, for example:
a. organizing and counting your chips
b. knowing when to act
c. figuring out how much is in the pot
d. figuring how much money other players have in front of them
e. trying to see exactly what cards are on the board
f. trying to read people
g. trying to not give any information away yourself
h. controlling your heartbeat…
All these things make a “live” game intimidating, and negatively affects your game. An online poker’s interface is simpler and more comfortable, with all the information clearly in front of you, and your actions executed through the click of a mouse.
9. Play Money Options – Online poker has “Play Money” games that not only come in sbobet indonesia handy to just have fun and learn the game, but offers other benefits too:
a. After a session of bad beats, bad luck and just bad playing on your part, put your real money aside and out of danger, and play with “Play Money” to donk off your frustrations!
b. Also, as you read and learn about other strategies and tips, you can test them out comfortably at the Play Money tables and build experience with them, before risking new strategies with your real money.