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How to Win More Chips Playing Poker Heat Hero Royale
In this guide, I am going to give strategies you can use to win more chips playing Poker Heat Hero Royale. Hero Royale is pretty simple, so this guide will be quick and easy to follow.
Poker Heat Hero Royale Strategy Overview
- Go all-in with top two pair
- Play three of kind (trips and sets)
- Play full house hands
- Go all-in with four of a kind and straight flushes
- Fold everything else
What Is Hero Royale?
You can only call or fold preflop (though I have seen some errors where people went all-in preflop somehow?!). On the flop, you go all-in or fold.
Hero Royale Preflop Strategy
I call most hands preflop. I fold most of my small blind hands, though. Playing out of position is hard, and I try to avoid it when I can.
But since people can’t bet or raise preflop, I tend to call more hands overall.
Hero Royale Postflop Strategy
My Hero Royale strategy is very simple. I have a list of hands I will go all-in with. I will play these hands whenever they come up. Only play these hands!
Top Two Pair
Top pair is a hand that has a chance to improve to a full house. So I go all-in with it sometimes. Not all the time, as this is one of the weaker hands you can play.
I will go all-in with these hands based on what I know about the current players at the table. I am never enthusiastic about going all-in with two pair.
Trips are a good hand to go all-in with most of the time. Be careful of very tight players going all-in before you, though. They may already have a full house.
A Good Set
Sets are great hands to go all-in with. Often you will improve to a better full house than people holding trips or two pair. An example of a good set is KK with a flop that is KQJ.
A Full House
Always go all-in with a full house! If you lose to a better hand in the end, so be it. But you should never fold a made hand on the flop.
Four of a Kind or a Straight Flush
Surely you don’t need me to tell you to go all-in here, do you!? Go all and LOL as people call anyway.
Losing Hands, You Need to Avoid Playing
Ah, straights. The hand people are so fascinated with sometimes. Even in normal Texas hold ‘em people love to overvalue straights.
Hero Royale is no different. In Hero Royale Straights are a losing hand. Never go all-in with them!
Your hand will never improve to anything else, and people will make a full house and beat you most of the time.
The odds you of holding up are just against you with such a small deck of cards. In Hero or Zero, this would be a great play but not in Hero Royale.
Straight Flush Draws
The other hand, people massively overvalue in Texas hold ‘em. I wish I could understand why people act like flush draws are a made hand.
Just because you got lucky and made a flush with 84 a few times doesn't mean you did the right thing.
In Hero Royale draws of any kind are a losing hand. You will not make a royal flush often enough to justify calling. Trust me on this one.
If you want to waste chips chasing it, by all means, go ahead and call with these hands. But long term this is a bad strategy.
If one person holds one of the suited cards you need, you will never make your draw. You will never know if anybody has the card you need, either.
All Other Hands Are Junk
If you don't have two pair or trips/set, then the hand is junk.
You might get lucky occasionally. But don’t be fooled. You are going to lose if you keep on going all-in with random hands eventually.
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