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There are MANY websites out there that let you try your hand at poker online. For that matter, most PCs come with built in card games, and there are thousands of freeware, shareware, and for-pay software packages out there that let you learn and build your skills in poker and other card games.

The key of course is to master the basics for FREE, without risking cash. Most of the online party poker websites will let you try out for free. Do NOT give your credit card or any other private information to a website before you really trust them. If they require this for you to even practice, find another site. You never know who is out to steal your identity.

When you find a site that will let you practice without divulging your bank account number and first born's vitals, then practice as much as you can. A lot of the game involves learning the card patterns, learning the rankings and so on. This isn't really "difficult" but it's like riding a bike. The more you do it, the easier it gets.

Once you really are familiar with the system and the cards, then you can advance to the for-cash stage. Again, go with a site that is very large and that has a good reputation. A small site might promise lots of cash, but they also might run off with YOUR cash and never be seen again. Start with small bets, and work your way up. The poker players that win millions do it with a ton of practice. If you want to win money, you need to practice too, and get good at it. Otherwise you'll end up like most of the visitors to Vegas - broke and sad.

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