14 February Fiddy50's - Lucksacks Easiest Way To Win! February 14, 2018By Tuck Fheman General, Tournaments poker, fiddy50, free poker, freeroll, play poker for free, poker freerolls 0 Related Posts How To Play on Lucksacks.com Having trouble viewing this page? Click here. F.A.Q. Q: How do I deposit money? A: You don't. There is no "money", crypto or otherwise on this website. It is free to play in all of our games and tournaments. Q: How is the money generated to fund these games and Freeroll Tournaments? A: Lucksacks.com uses the Steem blockchain to generate payouts for Freeroll Tournaments. Payouts are created in the form of a cryptocurrency called STEEM Backed Dollars or SBD through the Steem communities voting on our content on sites like Steemit.com and Busy.org. No one pays for the tournament entry fees or payouts directly and no funds are ever on Lucksacks.com. Payouts are generated using an algorithm called "Proof-of-Brain," which encourages people to create and curate quality content. Freeroll tourney payouts are distributed on the Steem blockchain in SBD with our batch payment system, assuring an accurate payment each time. Q: What are the requirements to play here? A: A Steemit account with a Reputation level of 35 or higher and a verified introduction post. Q: How do I reload chips and how often can I reload? A: You must win chips in Freeroll tournaments, you cannot reload. Q: How do I request a Cash Out and receive the SBD I won? A: Click the CASHIER link at the top of our website and enter the amount you wish to cash out. Example : "0.01". Q: When will I get paid and in what cryptocurrency? A: You will receive SBD (Steem Backed Dollars) in your Steemit account wallet at least once per month, usually on the 1st, for games played the previous month. Rush Cash outs are available upon request daily and will be received within 24 hours. 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This undermines what we're trying to build here. Steem Poker League Supporters When To Stop Playing Poker by : JonSnow1983 The main goal of this article is to help you improve your poker game before encouraging you to put those skills into practice playing online at Lucksacks.com or any online poker site. Playing poker is very fun and can also be beneficial if you are good enough (or lucky). However, there are also times when you should not play poker under any circumstances. Don't play under the effects of fatigue To make the most of a poker table you must pay attention, stay focused and be able to notice basic trends, such as betting patterns or physical signs (if you play live). It is practically impossible to get those patterns when you are feeling tired. Instead of giving all your attention to each hand, you may just"unplug" after folding, misread hands on or even click when you should not hence losing chips unnecessarily. Ignore the need to play poker if fatigue does not allow you to perform at your top level. To increase attention, sleep more, lead a healthy life and do some exercise. These three simple measures can guarantee that you do not overlook anything that happens at the poker table and that you deploy your full potential. [Read Full Article] Thank you for the Donation! Thank you for the Donation! If you donated for a Custom Avatar, Title & Location or Chat color, please contact Tuck Fheman in our Discord channel. Supply your chosen avatar or information and please allow up to 24 hours for your Lucksack Tokens to be issued. It will usually take less than a few hours. If you have any questions please visit our Chat, thanks! Poker Strategy, Starting Hand Ranges : Flop or Fold? by @bethalea Hello Steemy Poker Peeps! Beth here with a little poker strategy for you. I wanted to write this post to help those of you out there who may not understand why an opponent keeps saying that you’ve "sucked out", or are playing "hot garbage". This is a pretty complex question to answer, but we need to start with your hole cards, the first two cards you are dealt in a Texas Hold’em Poker game. Basics of Poker Understanding poker is not super complicated. From least to best hand, you have: high card, pair, two pair, three of a kind, straight, flush, full house, four of a kind, straight flush and the highly coveted Royal Flush. You can see them here if you need a visual. What is more complicated is answering the age old question: Do I pay to see the flop or do I fold? With 169 different two-card combinations, which ones do you keep and which ones do you throw away? Keep ‘em For now, we will not be discussing what to do on the big or small blinds. Being on a blind makes things different, of course, because you already have money in the pot. Maybe I’ll do another post about blinds but not now… for now, you are in middle or late position and we are ignoring the blinds. This is what I mean about table position : There are a number of things to think about when you get your hole cards. First, do you have a pair? Is it a high, middle or low pair? If you don’t have a pair, are your cards suited? Do you have connectors? The general consensus for hole cards hierarchy is pair (best), followed by suited connectors, unsuited connectors, suited non-connectors and finally unconnected cards, also known as ‘hot garbage’. Here is a chart of the top 10% hole cards. Depending on your table position and the players you are up against, these are a fairly good place to start. There is your first strategy lesson: make sure you have cards worth playing. Tournaments are like marathons, you have to pace yourself if you want to win more than once. Know your hole cards are good before you put any money into the pot. Position As for your position on the table, the later your position, the 'worse' hands you can play. In early position, you'll want to play only the top 10% hole cards. In mid-position, you can play the top 10-15% and in late position you can open up and play the connectors (suited or not) and your favorite hands. Here are a few articles and websites I found to help if you want even more information. Until then, come and try out your theories and strategies at Lucksacks.com! Its free, most of the people are really friendly and helpful to newcomers AND you can win some SBD’s, which is always nice. Comment (0) Comments are closed.