Types of Poker Players

There are six main categories of poker style that poker players are divided into: Tight Passive, Loose Passive, Tight Aggressive, Loose Aggressive, Maniac, Solid.

A Tight Passive player is a player who plays very little hands and rarely plays aggressively and, if ever, plays aggressively, most likely has a very strong hand or hand. this type of player is also called ROCK – Rocks. ROCK very rarely does CALL. These are, by the way, losing poker players.

Loose Passive – These are players who play a lot of hands and often call. These players rarely play aggressively, and even if they play aggressively, they probably have a strong hand or hand. These are the losing poker players.

Tight Aggressive refers to players who play with low hands and aggressively when they play. Players who play this style are the most winning poker players.

Loose Aggressive are players who play a lot of hands and are aggressive. This style of play requires good poker skills, as playing many hands requires great maneuverability, crawling over your opponent, and knowledge of your own and your opponent’s psychology. Well-played players in this style are winning poker players.

Maniacs are super aggressive players. They play almost every hand and when they bet they usually bet a lot of chips. These are the losing poker players.

Solid – These are players who easily adjust strategies against an opponent. They can easily play in Tight Aggressive or Loose Aggressive style. These are the winning poker players, the Poker Sharks.

These are the main categories that poker players can be assigned to. But each player is unique and can have more than one category.