How well do you know Texas Hold'em? You familiar terms such as "float",
"3-bet" and "bid-continuation" (c-bet) "? I will not torment you. All of
these terms of Texas Hold'em No Limit. They know all the experienced
players. Float - an aggressive bid without cards in early position. 3bet
called a raise on the previous raise bluff hoping to clear and reduce
the range of hands that the previous player raises. "Continuation bet"
or "c-bet" is called a bet on the flop after a raise without a map. It
serves the same purpose as the 3-bet. All of these terms come from No
Limit Hold'em, the most popular form of poker in the world. They reveal
some nuances that are familiar to all experienced players.
It is through the skillful use of such techniques professional players get an advantage over the weaker players. Does this mean that you should not play the classic version of Hold'em. No, you may well learn all these techniques, and it is possible that the text reads the next Phil Ivey or Daniel Negreanu. In fact, to learn all this will take some time to learn the theory and practice, but you will be able to cope with it.
Another question. Do you need this? Many of those who wanted to become a professional in a couple years, answered "No" and made progress in other areas (for example, to write a text on the subject of gambling, hehe). Besides the usual Hold'em there is a version for the casino. It's called - Casino Holdem. This version is more dynamic, but not less exciting. With respect to the normal version of it has a number of advantages:
Speed. This game is several times faster than the classic Hold'em. The speed can be compared to blackjack. Immediately after calling the flop you will automatically see the turn and river. Showdown compare to the dealer and take away the win. In Casino Holdem no more betting on the turn and river.