Early stage

In the initial stages of a poker freeroll event avoid the action

Stay away from the frenzy at the start of a freeroll




In the initial stages of a freeroll event, try not to get involved in pots unless you hold a very strong hand, and especially not from early position. Too many players will simply shove all their chips into the middle, regardless of what cards they are holding.

Whatever the position

You should go all-in preflop with : AA, KK, QQ an AK (even if someone raised before you)

Middle position (cut-off, cut-off -1, cut-off -2)

  • Preflop, you can add JJ and AQ to your game if nobody raised before you
  • Preflop, you should raise to x4 (or above) BB if you find a 66 or higher pair if nobody raised before you

Late position (BB, SB and button)

Preflop, you should limp with all speculative hands (pair of 55 and under, all AXs and all middle or high suited connectors at least 67s)

After the flop

  • The question is  »did you improve your hand? ». If yes you should go all in with double pair or better.
  • With an open-ended straight draw (OESD) you should go all-in if several opponents already put money into the pot
  • With top pair, you go all in if you have at most two opponents, otherwise you should play the turn and river cautiously