If you are playing Texas Hold’em then you should know what are good and what are bad starting hands. Also you should be aware which you should call, raise or fold. Of course there are a lot of factors who can impact your actions. Some of these factors are:
-the number of players
-loose or tight opponents
Howsoever, for a beginner, who is playing in low-limit poker following classification of starting hands is fully sufficient.
Note: The following poker guidelines are only for fixed-limit Texas Hold’em
Starting hands you should raise with:
AA, KK, QQ, JJ, 1010, AK, AQ
These are preflop hands that you should raise for the pot to increase and give you more potential winnings.
Starting hands you should call with:
AJ, KQ, KJ, QJ, J10, 99, 88, 77
With these above hands you want to see what the flop is bringing you and if you want to continue playing with them. With those poker starting hands you should not call three bets. Call only one ore two.