• Aug : 3 : 2013 - Zynga Poker Cash Game Strategy Part 1
  • Aug : 3 : 2013 - Zynga Poker Starting Hand Guide
  • Mar : 6 : 2012 - Position
  • Dec : 13 : 2011 - Playing Premium Hands Pre-Flop
  • Dec : 13 : 2011 - Introduction to Bankroll Management (BRM)

Featured articles

Zynga Poker cash games play very loose, so the optimal strategy is tight aggressive play. As most cash games are 100 big blind stacks, this   Read More ...

Basic poker strategy dictates that playing tight-aggressive is the best way to beat loose games (such as those found on Zynga Poker). The essence of   Read More ...

beginner

Zynga Poker Cash Game Strategy Part 1

Zynga Poker cash games play very loose, so the optimal strategy is tight aggressive play. As most cash games are 100 big blind stacks, this   Read More ...

facebook zynga poker

Zynga Poker Cash Game Strategy Part 2: Playing the Flop

In the first part of this guide we covered pre-flop play. In part 2 we will cover how to play the flop in a Zynga   Read More ...

In the first part of this guide we covered pre-flop play. In part 2 we will cover how to play the flop in a Zynga poker cash game. Playing the Flop Due to the nature of poker we cannot provide you with a guide to play every flop situation, as decisions are based upon position, previous history with players, your cards, your table image etc. Below are some important concepts   Read More ...

Zynga Poker cash games play very loose, so the optimal strategy is tight aggressive play. As most cash games are 100 big blind stacks, this demands an entirely different strategy to be profitable when compared to sit and gos (which most key decisions occur at 10-30bb stacks). As the stack sizes are bigger, more chips need to be committed to the pot in order to get all in, so a   Read More ...

Basic poker strategy dictates that playing tight-aggressive is the best way to beat loose games (such as those found on Zynga Poker). The essence of tight-aggressive play is being selective about your starting hands by playing 15-20% of the hands you are dealt, depending on your position. When you have one of these good hands you should play aggressively, betting and raising where appropriate. Let’s take a look at some   Read More ...

The late stage of a Zynga Sit and Go typically starts when there are 3 players remaining, with average chip stacks at around 10-15 big blinds. At this stage in the game most players tighten up considerably, which is the opposite to the optimal play in this situation. When you have 10 big blinds, you stand to gain a 15% boost to your chip stack every time you steal the   Read More ...

The mid game of a Zynga poker Sit and Go occurs when players have an average chip stack of 20 big blinds to 35 big blinds. By this time, around half of the players will have already been eliminated. You will most likely reach this stage with slightly less chips than you started with. Due to the way Zynga Sit and Gos play, this is normal as you do not   Read More ...

The early stages of a Zynga Poker Sit and Go often results in a crap shoot, with players moving all in left, right and centre with medium strength holdings or complete air. Correct play during the early stages of a Zynga Sit and Go also depends on the players at the table. Below are some likely scenarios that occur whilst playing Zynga Poker Sit and Gos, and how you should   Read More ...

If you have played any reasonable amount of Facebook Zynga poker you will have noticed the amount of players moving all in pre flop with no raises before them. This is a bad move for the following reason: You have announced you have a huge hand and chances are nobody will be calling your raise with worse. Raising a smaller amount will encourage more callers with worse hands, and you   Read More ...

Variance plays a role in any game where chance affects the winning or losing outcome, a Zynga poker player could play a perfect game of poker, but still lose simply due to variance. So What is Variance? Variance is the natural swings that occur when playing any game where chance plays a role, and is the reason why awful players sometimes leave the game as winners. In the game of   Read More ...

Position is an important part of Texas Hold Em, and the advantages and disadvantages it brings are recognised by very few Facebook poker players. Position means where you are sat at the table, in relation to the dealer chip. The small blind, big blind, and under the gun player (UTG: one to the left of the big blind, first to act pre-flop) are all in early position. The next 3   Read More ...

Why would you need to cheat at Facebook Poker? The games are incredibly easy to beat if you know how, which I aim to teach you via this blog. This article will give you a quick overview of basic texas hold em strategy to be used on Facebook Zynga Poker. Reading this article alone will turn you into a winning player. There are no cheats in Facebook Zynga Poker. Short   Read More ...