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Easy Step-By-Step Method To Dominate Rush Poker

Important: Online Poker professional Sean Moronse in no way guarantees you will make any certain amount of money playing online poker. It is a "GAMBLE." Never, ever play with any more money then you can afford to lose. DISCLAIMER: You apply the strategies and techniques outlined in this book COMPLETELY at your own RISK. I cannot guarantee you will win or lose and I CANNOT be responsible for your losses. There is a WINNER and LOSER in poker everyday, if you cannot handle losing please EXIT this eBook right now. You will incur losses, our GOAL is to MINIMIZE these losses and MAXIMIZE your profits. NOTHING is GUARANTEED.
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Welcome to Rush Poker Dominator! The only strategy guide on the market that teaches you how to make some serious money playing this CRAZY ACTION PACKED GAME. Since Full Tilt Poker launched Rush Poker, it is all online poker players talk about. The exciting new game can only be found on Full Tilt Poker and players who play at other internet poker sites are switching over to Full Tilt just to play rush poker. But just how should you play and what poker strategy should you use when playing Rush Poker? This is the burning question everyone is asking! First of all what the heck is Rush Poker? Rush Poker is a new, extremely fast-paced variation of internet poker, and can only be found on Full Tilt Poker. Instead of choosing a ring-game table to play at and playing with the same opponents for your whole session, Rush Poker enters you into a ‘pool’ of players. There can be 1,000+ players in that pool (depending on the stakes you choose to play), and once you click ‘join now’ you will be automatically seated at a random table. You will see a ‘quick fold’ button, if you press this you will immediately be moved to a new table so no waiting around for the action to get to you. When playing a hand of Rush Poker, if you fold you are moved immediately, if you play the hand then it plays like a normal hand of poker, and once the hand is over (no matter whether it goes to showdown or not), all players are randomly moved to new tables with new opponents. This happens every hand when playing Rush Poker, and you absolutely will be on the edge of your seats from the amount of hands you will see! On average you will see an astounding 300 hands an hour at least! What is the main difference between rush poker and regular ring games? The biggest change to the game by far is that you instantly change tables when you fold your hand. Meaning you never have history with your opponents. Each hand is at a new table with new opponents. You don’t know who the fish are and you don’t know who the strong opponents are. Everyone has no information on them for the most part. Because you can’t develop reads through playing multiple hands with the same
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opponent, you have to treat each opponent the same. But that works both ways. Since you can’t develop reads on your opponents, they can’t develop reads on you. In Rush Poker you don’t have to worry about leveling, balancing your range, or anything like that because your history with your opponents is going to be minimal.

Factors to Consider When Playing Rush Poker

You Cannot Get A lot of Information On Your Opponents In Rush Poker you are unable to gather a lot of information on your opponents play because you won’t be familiar with them. You will be playing every hand at a new table, against new players. Unless you have played with a player a lot and know their name and game well and how they play, it will be impossible for you to know if your opponent is a shark or a donkey. Knowing an opponents play is a very important characteristic of a winning online poker player, but in rush poker you have to throw this strategy out the door. The best thing you can do is keep a tight image and play strong hands aggressively.

Tighten Your Game In Rush Poker you should only be playing very strong starting hands. Why? Because there is absolutely no need to play marginal hands when you can simply hit quick fold and be moved to a new table and dealt a new hand. One mistake many players were making is playing a lot of suited connectors. Playing suited connectors in this game is acceptable only if you can do so cheaply, and if you have the discipline to get away from the hand if you do not HIT the flop HARD! Many rush poker players will catch top pair on the flop and call anything with it just to see their opponents carrying a huge overpair. With more hands per hour, everyone will be dealt monster hands a lot, which is why you will see a lot of players going all in. ********Please Note******** In rush poker, just about everyone's hands that they are playing will be better than they would be in a regular ring game. Players will fold all their 84's, J6s,

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Q3s, etc. in rush poker since they can insta fold and go on to their next hand.

Rakeback When playing rush poker, getting a rakeback is another key to your success. Playing rush poker can net you some serious rake back. Rush Poker has people playing more than 300 hands every hour. Some players reach closer to 400 hands every hour per table, if you multi-table you can get a huge amount of hands in. Rakeback isn’t determined by how fast you play, but it comes from the total number of hands a player has been dealt during a particular time. In Rush Poker, the amount of rakeback to earn is multiplied significantly because of the increased rate of play. Mathematically speaking, poker players always like good odds. Rakeback and Rush Poker have amazing odds. Let's crunch some numbers: 60 hands per hour at a normal 6max 50nl game playing about 2 hours per day will earn you approximately: $4 daily or $28 weekly Now lets speed this up with Rush Poker 400 hands per hour at a normal 6max 50nl game playing about 2 hours per day will earn you: $26 daily or $180 weekly. Now multi-tabling additional rush poker tables will earn you even more rakeback! For instance, a low stakes solid break even/slight winning player, playing 6max or 9max 50nl grinding 5 hours playing 4 tables, which is not uncommon in today’s games, we’ll estimate 400 hands per hour per table (some will play 300 others 600). That’s an incredible 10000 hands per day and you would net approximately: $300 daily. You could actually be making an income of $80,000+ per year playing 50nl 6max or 9max rush poker, amazing right!

Now with that being said, what is the best Rush Poker Strategy? The best rush poker strategy will consist of playing a very tight game (tighter than usual) while

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playing aggressive when you hit the flop, turn, river hard. The majority of your profits in rush poker are going to come from players that are fish and do not have the patience to wait for excellent hands. Many players do not have the discipline to fold 20 hands in a row until they see a great starting hand. In rush poker you will not know who the good players are and who the bad players are until after each hand is over, unfortunately by that point it is too late. The best thing you can do is play basic fundamental poker and pick and choose your money making hands. There is no point in playing loose and mixing your game up because your opponents will never notice you only play AK, AA, etc. Each time your moved to a new table, everything starts all over. You have different opponents and different cards. No one knows you just folded the last 15 hands and finally have Pocket Qs. Playing tight will not prevent you from profiting lots of money in rush poker. Tight is right, and this is especially true for rush poker!

The Quick Fold button in rush poker makes all the difference in the world. Player's don't have to wait around for a great hand anymore, they can just hit quick fold and move onto another table.

What does this mean? The average players starting hand is going to be much tighter than it normally would in any other ring game. This isn't true for everyone though. Horrible players are going to play horrible hands and will call with any 2 cards hoping to hit 2 pair and luck out. These are your money making players and the majority of the time (95%) or more will LOSE after each session.

The Big Blind – A Very Important Position in Rush Poker

The big blind is the only position where you can’t insta hit quick-fold. You already have
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money invested and you must wait until there is a raise before you can quick-fold. Most players LOVE to defend their blinds. They think someone is raising just to steal their blinds and will call with trash hands hoping to get lucky. If you are on the button or even the small blind and you raise it 3X the big blind and get an insta call, it doesn't necessarily mean that your opponent has a good hand. The majority of people can't stand to get their blinds stolen so if you have a great hand on the button and it has been folded around to you, make sure you raise at least 3X the BB because more than likely you will get a caller with a horrible hand in rush poker. This is your chance to make a killing with someone that can't let go of their crappy hand even though they only maybe hit middle pair. So many players will try to fight until their death to defend their blind. This is your time to shine!

Now that you know the basic fundamental's of rush poker, we are going to discuss every hand you should play and in what position.

Let's start out with the dealer position. Dealer Position

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Being in the dealer position, or "on the button," is the most desirable position in poker in flop/community games like Texas Hold'em, since after the flop, the person on the button will always be the last to act in each round of betting. You can get away with playing more marginal hands on the button because of this advantage. This is especially true in rush poker. Which hands should you play? AA KK QQ JJ Pocket 10's – All the Way to Pocket 2's AJ suited or off suit AQ suited or off suit KQ suited or off suit

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QJ suited or off suit 10 J suited or off suit 9 10 suited or off suit 8 9 suited or off suit 7 8 suited 5 6 suited 4 5 suited

These are all your money making hands you should play on the dealer button. If there is no raise you should always raise on the button with ANY of these hands. You should also always call a raise or re-raise with any of these hands. Obviously with AA, KK, QQ you may be calling all in's but with the suited connectors you should call a raise up to 4 times the big blind. You can really crack someone's big pair with any of these suited connectors.

Here is an example of a great hand played on the dealer button. We are holding pocket 8s. A standard raise 3 times the BB is perfect. More than likely the blinds will fold but in the event they call you are still in really good shape!

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Here is another great screen shot of playing QQ on the button. YOU MUST isolate in this situation to protect your hand.

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Next is another great screen shot of raising with KK on the button. We are raising just enough to isolate any ace rag out of the pot.

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Early Position Next let's move onto early position of rush poker. This is where you need to exactly know which type of hands you should play and what to do in this position.

Players to the 3 seats to the left of the dealer are said to be in "early position." This is considered the worst position in poker, since you have to act first without knowing how any of the other players are going to play their hands. Because you have to decide whether to fold or raise (or whatever) without a lot of information on the other players, it's a good idea to only play the best of the best of cards here. This is 100% applied to rush poker. In rush poker here are the only hands you should play in early position unless you are a blind. Even if you a small blind you should fold in almost any circumstance: AA KK
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QQ JJ 10s – 22s (Try to limp in with these hands in hoping to hit a set) Call up to a 4X BB raise. When your set hits you will get PAID. I try to see the flop every time with any small pocket pair! AK suited or off Suit AQ suited Possible KQ suited Possible AJ suited Possible Ace Rag Suited (limping in)

NO OTHER HANDS SHOULD BE PLAYED IN THIS POSITION UNLESS YOU ARE THE BIG BLIND! Your goal in early position is to play extremely good hands. FOLD ANY rags or any marginal hands. It is not worth playing any other hands besides the ones listed in early position. I absolutely love limping in with small pocket pairs in early position. I know a raise is coming but I am willing to call up to 4 X the big blind. This is what you should do also. If your set does not come simply fold and get out. If you are dealt any of these hands in first position, you should raise it 3-4 times the BB. On the flop you should make strong continuation bets. This is your time to pick up chips!

Here are some great examples of early position hands!

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Here is a great example of limping in with Ace suited in early position. Sometimes even if you miss the flop your going to take it down. This is a great example of a nice take down from limping in first position with this hand.

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Here is another example of winning with AJ suited in early position. It is on the list of hands to play in early position. A nice continuation bet on the flop takes it down.

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Here is another great screen shot of raising with AQ in early position. As you can see it really paid off! By following the hands we have listed for you, you will definitely be profiting TONS of money playing rush poker just like us.

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Middle Position

The players highlighted above are in middle position. This is a very tricky position in rush poker. You need to be extremely careful as to what hands you should play in this position. You should also be careful of early position raisers. If a person in rush poker raises in early position, you may think about folding hands such as AJ, A10, QJ, QK, 9 10 , etc. Position is very key here and without great position you will either be left with check raising or you will be left with not hitting the flop and quickly folding.

Here is the breakdown of the hands you should be playing in middle position! These are the BEST possible hands and it will net you the most money in rush poker! AA KK QQ
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JJ 10 10 99 – 22 (Again, you should try to see the flop every time limping in and calling up to 4 X the big blind) This is BY FAR the best way to win a HUGE pot in rush poker. I have cracked so many players aces and kings with hands such as 55, 77, 88 etc. No player can see it coming when there is no card higher than their pair. It is critical for you to see flops with low pocket pairs. AK suited and unsuited AQ suited and unsuited AJ SUITED A 10 SUITED J 10 SUITED 9 10 SUITED 89 SUITED You can also mix in variations of 7 9 suited, 8 10 suited, etc. This includes other suited 2 gappers. Also you can mix in Ace low card suited

Playing these hands in middle position will be a key to your success. With any of these suited cards I would call up to 3 X the big blind. If you flop a flush draw or open ended you should stick around for the right price. These are the hands that are going to win you LOTS of money in rush poker. When you are playing these suited connectors though, if you hit top pair you MUST I repeat MUST be careful. You can't be glued to your top pair and you must be able to fold in certain situations. Players are more than likely holding overcards in these situations especially if they are betting strong. You should fold your top pair in some circumstances.

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This is a great example of a hand in middle position (pocket 9s) where you should just limp in. Your in the first possible middle position. More than likely someone will raise this pot 3-4 times the big blind. I would call and try to hit a set. If your set doesn't come and there is a lot of high cards on the board, GET OUT.

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Here is a great screen shot of a middle position raise with A7 suited. This raise actually won us the pot. No one called. Raising in middle position with a marginal hand can definitely pay off, but you must be ready to fold your hand with a large re-raise from one of these other players in late position.

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Here is a great screen shot of raising with AA in middle position, then firing a LARGE continuation bet to defend that horrible flop for aces. It was a great takedown and won $15.00!

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Now remember how I was saying to limp in with Pocket 10s or less in middle position? Well this screen shot proves it all! We win a $178.00 pot for hitting our set! Simply amazing! This screen shot pretty much sums it all up. Seeing the flop with pocket pairs WILL pay off! These are your number 1 money making hands!

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Late Position

Late position in rush poker is the absolute MOST important position of them all. This is your time to shine and make money. In unraised pots, this is your time to steal blinds. Being in late position is the ONLY time you should try to steal blinds in rush poker. I raise with just about any hand in late position if it comes around to me with no raisers. Roughly 85% of the time you will pick up the pot uncontested. Many of these players have already folded and are playing at another table. You can raise and pick up their blinds instantly! Aside from your ability to steal blinds in rush poker in late position, you should also focus on a majority of hands to play. The hands you should stick to are the following:

AA
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KK QQ JJ Pocket 10's – All the Way to Pocket 2's AJ suited or off suit AQ suited or off suit KQ suited or off suit QJ suited or off suit 10 J suited or off suit 9 10 suited or off suit 8 9 suited or off suit 7 8 suited 5 6 suited 4 5 suited Any 2 Gapper Suited – ie. 10 8, 5 7 etc.

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Below is a screen shot of a late position call with A 10 suited. We have position on our opponent and we will be able to analyze the flop and make a continuation bet or check depending on what the player does. Again, position is KEY in this situation.

Here is another great example of how to play AQ in late position. Take a look at the results!

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WINNER WINNER CHICKEN DINNER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Here is another great example of raising with A8 suited in late position. What was the result? A NICE TAKEDOWN of the Pot!

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Now that you know how to play rush poker on the button, early position, middle position, and finally late position, lets go over some tips now that can also help make you a winning rush poker player! Proof of Wins Below are some great screen shots that will show you proof that all strategies in this guide work. You will be amazed with how big pots can get in rush poker and how great it feels when you take them down!

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Remember what I told you about small pocket pairs :)? You should always try to see the flop! This is why! Won a nice 400 dollar pot by hitting a set. Fortunately for me, this opponent was a fish and chased my all in on a flush draw.

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Here is a nice $600.00 pot won with AK! My opponent hit the nut flush while I boated on the river! What a nice river card! Won me just under $600.00!

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Now look at this hand! What a thing of beauty! Now this is why I tell you to see the flop with any low pocket pair! I really can't stress it enough! I took down an almost $1000 pot by hitting a set!

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Here is a great screen shot of me sitting with $1052.85. It felt amazing sitting with over $1000. I quickly got out and re-bought back in so I didn't risk losing my stack. I won over $1000 in less than 2 hours! It was an extreme “RUSH”! This is what rush poker is all about! You can make a KILLING off all these donks! Rush Poker Tell There is one way to tell if a person is a solid player, a fish, or an average player. How? By their chip stack!

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Players with a stack size below 100bb tend to be weaker players. Another is a screen name tell, its pretty easy to tell by screen names who is a regular and who is a once in a while player. Finally, the last tell you can get in rush poker are timing tells, fast calls usually indicate a weak made hand or drawing hand. Also, by looking at players that have ENORMOUS chip stacks, they are probably really good players. I have have seen some players with chips stacks of over $1000 in the .50/1 table. That is CRAZY. The max buy-in is just $80.00. If you see players like this they are either extremely lucky or really good.

Best System for Winning Rush Poker Consistently Many rush poker players have no idea when to stop playing rush poker and cash out for each session. Some players get up a few hundred dollars,then LOSE IT ALL! Do NOT let this happen to you. I see some players in rush poker that have over a $1000.00 bankroll when you can only buy in for $160.00 or less on any table. These players have been playing for hours and hours to earn a bankroll this high. It is great that they have such a huge bankroll, but wouldn't it suck to lose it all or the majority of it on a few bad beats and you going on tilt? I am sure it would! When playing rush poker here is the best strategy to follow: Buy in for half the table maximum. Based on this here is what you should be buying in for:

.02/.05 = $2.50 .05/.10 = $5.00
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.10/.25 = $25.00 .50/1.00 =$50.00 1.00/2.00=$100.00 Your goal in rush poker is to buy in to any rush poker game for half of the table maximum. You need to follow ALL strategies and hand selections in this guide. Once you double your chip stack, you need to GET OUT and rebuy back in for half of the table maximum! When I say double up, it doesn't have to be exact. Let's say you bought in for $25.00 and your now at $46.00, GET OUT. Use your best judgment. This is the best way to earn a killing playing rush poker and it is the safest way to protect your bankroll.

The great thing about the “Rush Poker Dominator” strategy is that you can apply all these strategies in this guide to Omaha Hi rush poker. For all you that LOVE Omaha, Omaha Hi is where its at! You can absolutely earn a killing playing Omaha Hi Poker. Check out these huge takedown's from a few sessions of Omaha Hi Poker.

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Takedown 1:

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Takedown 2:

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Takedown 3:

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Takedown 4:

As you can see, applying these strategies to rush poker Omaha Hi can net you some HUGE wins. Only difference between Omaha rush poker and Holdem rush poker is that in Omaha you must be prepared to fold strong hands and only push all in when you have the NUTS. There are so many strong hands that can beat you when you think you are good but in all actuality you are not good. The same bankroll strategies apply to rush poker Omaha. You

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must buy in for half the maximum amount. Once you double up, rebuy back in for this amount :) You absolutely cannot go wrong by using this strategy and method! I wish you the best of luck! Conclusion Rush poker can be a fast paced money making machine, but it can also cause you to have a devastating blow to your bankroll or in worst cases cause you to lose your entire bankroll. Using this “Rush Poker Dominator” strategy you should have no problem making an absolute KILLING at rush poker. Please remember to follow this exact strategy and do not veer off of it. This is the exact blueprint I use to make TONS of money each and everyday playing rush poker. Remember, by knowing when to get out of each session will also prevent you from taking huge losses. I wish you the absolute best of luck make some money at those tables!

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