Don’t play every hand. Instead, fold more hands.

Probably the number one mistake beginning poker players make is that they play far too many hands. But playing more doesn’t mean winning more, it usually means losing more. Try sticking to premium hands first.

If you want to Play Poker but you don’t know where to start or how and where to play then this section will help you find out everything you need to know.  In our play poker section you will find all the essential information you need from rules to poker software.

Are you new to online poker?  If so we have a FAQ section in this category, here we give you straightforward answers to your frequently asked questions.  These questions are for people that have just started playing poker.  We also have a poker tips section which is great for players of all different abilities.  The tips are short and can prove to be very helpful if you’re learning and you want an easy way to remember good advice rather than trying to remember fifty pages of several books and if you’re not new to poker the tips are a great way to remind yourself of things you already knew when you’re sitting at the tables.

If you have no idea how to play poker but are interested in the game then our learn section will show you the rules and strategies that will get you started.

For players who have already established their game and are looking to improve it we have a poker section for you.  PokerStove is a widely used piece of software, its essentially a poker odds calculator but it is very in depth and can tell you in you’re about to make a right or wrong mathematical decision or you can just use it to look up scenarios that might crop up in the future.

Hand history is another thing the best players like to study but it’s often hard and time consuming to go through a huge list of hands, that’s why poker trackers and other tools are useful as you can go though your poker sessions in a much easier and more organised way and work out where you can improve.

We want you to have the best experience of playing poker. Games are played by all different kinds of people at many different skill levels, whether you’re a new player looking to practise your game using fun or a seasoned pro making from poker, perhaps you just enjoy the thrill of knowing you can analyze what people are thinking or maybe you love making extra money, whatever your reason for playing and learning, PokerHarder is here to help you.