How to Beat 2NL: The Essential Guide [2019]

How to Beat 2NL
People often ask me how to beat 2NL online poker games these days.

And as someone who has made over 20k USD in this one particular game alone (likely the most of all-time?), I feel obliged to give an answer!

2NL by the way (also often referred to as NL2) stands for "no limit" and "2" means $2 which is the maximum buyin. These games have blinds of 1 cent and 2 cent and they are extremely popular online.

Most 2NL poker games in 2019 are full of beginners and people who are still just learning the game. So this is an ideal game for poker beginners to step into and see some quick success.

The best way to beat 2NL is to use a tight and aggressive strategy combined with a high degree of positional awareness. Other keys to beat NL2 include value betting, tilt control and hand reading. Even a beginner can learn how to beat NL2 in a matter of weeks.

However, this is a fairly simplistic answer.

So in this article I am going to reveal step by step my 2NL poker strategy for 2019 games. Follow these strategies and start crushing 2NL, whether you play Zoom, 6max or full ring.


1. Play Tight - The Best 2NL Poker Strategy


The first step to beating 2NL online is very simple and this is where most people go astray. You have to play tight!

This is simply the #1 best 2NL poker strategy that you can have and it isn't even close.

How tight? Well these are my recommendations for 6max and full ring:
  • 6max - play the top 20% of your poker hands
  • Full ring - play the top 15% of your poker hands

So what this means in plain English is that you should mostly only be playing your pocket pairs (33, 88, JJ etc), big aces (AJ, AQ, AK), broadways (KQ, KJ, QJ), suited aces (A5s, A9s etc) and suited connectors (JTs, 98s etc).

Here are some charts that I made to help you out:


2NL 6max suggested starting hands, play the hands marked in yellow (20% range).

how to beat 2nl 6max


2NL Full ring suggested starting hands, play the hands marked in yellow (15% range).

how to beat 2nl zoom

By the way these preflop poker charts were taken from my popular free poker cheat sheet. To learn my complete strategy for beating micro stakes online poker games, get my free cheat sheet right here.

Now I should mention that you can add in a few more hands than this when you are in late position (button or the cutoff) in order to steal the blinds. But for the most part the key to beating NL2 is to simply play tight.

There are tons of really, really bad players in these games who love to play nearly any two cards. The key to beating them is to simply start with a better poker hand.

This way the odds are in your favor to make a better pair, a better flush, have a better kicker and so on. The #1 reason that amateur poker players cannot beat 2NL is because they simply play too many bad hands.

Play better hands than your competition and you will start winning at this stake. This will always be the absolute best NL2 poker strategy especially for you beginners reading this.


2. How to Beat 2NL - Raise Preflop


The next thing you need to know about how to beat NL2 poker games online is that aggression almost always wins in poker.

This is why I suggest that you come into the pot for a raise almost all of the time when you choose to play any of the hands above.

And yes, even if somebody has already limped before you. Raise it up! My suggestion is to raise 3x the big blind at 2NL and add another big blind for each limper.


So for example:

You have AK on the button in a 2NL 6max game and you are first to enter the pot.

You should raise it to 6 cents.


You have AK on the button in a 2NL 6max game and one person has already limped.

You should raise it to 8 cents.


Make sense?

Also, if somebody has already raised it before you get a chance to act then I would suggest 3-betting (re-raising) with your premium hands most of the time (AA, KK, QQ, JJ and AK).

The 3-bet sizing I suggest is 3x when in position and 4x when out of position.


So for example:

You have AK on the button in a 2NL 6max game and somebody has already raised to 6 cents.

You should re-raise (3-bet) to 18 cents.


You have AK in the big blind in a 2NL 6max game and somebody has already raised to 6 cents.

You should re-raise (3-bet) to 24 cents.


I hope this makes sense. To be honest it really isn't that difficult once you get the hang of it.

The bottom line is to be aggressive, don't just limp along like the rest of them. That is why they lose at poker. Always take control of the pot right away, because that is winning poker.

And as I always say, you don't even need to take my word for it.

All you need to do is load up your PokerTracker database and filter for hands where you raised preflop versus hands where you limped preflop.

I can pretty much guarantee that your winnings will be much, much higher when raising preflop versus limping. You can't argue with the cold hard facts!

Raising preflop is absolutely essential to a winning 2NL poker strategy.


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3. How to Beat NL2 - Play in Position 


It doesn't matter if you play 2NL Zoom, 2NL 6max or 2NL full ring, the key to beating these games is using the power of position to your advantage.

As I talk about in my book Crushing the Microstakes, the two pillars of success for beating 2NL poker games are the power of initiative and the power of position.

We just discussed the power of initiative above. You should be raising or re-raising the large majority of the time when you choose to play a hand preflop.

But you should also try to get the power of position as often as possible by trying to play as many hands as possible from late position (the button and the cutoff specifically).

If you are in early position or in the blinds you should play very tight. Only play the strongest hands from the charts above.

And here is a poker hand that I recently reviewed which perfectly illustrates why we need to play extra tight from these positions.



But if you in late position (button or the cutoff), then you should play all of the hands on the charts above and even some more as well.

And once again, you do not need to take my word about any of this.

Just load up your PokerTracker database once again and filter for your winnings by position. Your winnings will be much, much higher on the button or the cutoff compared to any other position at the poker table.

Therefore, it only makes sense to play the majority of your hands from these seats.

Check out my complete guide to fixing your poker leaks with PokerTracker if you want to learn how to check all this and more.


4. Patience and Multi-Tabling


So in order to play tight like I suggest above then you are going to have to learn to either be very patient or learn how to multi-table.

The reason why so many amateur online poker players in 2NL games end up playing a lot of bad hands is because they get "bored."

Now, I am sorry but I really just need to be blunt here. If you find yourself getting "bored" often at the poker table, then you simply aren't serious about winning.

Getting bored and playing a bunch of bad hands is for undisciplined amateurs who are just there to have fun.

And that is totally cool if you just play this game as a hobby and do not care about winning or losing. But I suspect that you probably wouldn't be reading this article if that were really the case.

Professional poker players, or people who play poker to make a nice side income, understand that discipline is a huge part of a winning poker strategy.

2nl poker strategy

Now if you seriously cannot control yourself though then my next suggestion is to simply play more poker tables.

The reason why this fixes your issue with playing too many bad hands is because you simply won't have the time to play so much junk anymore!

When you learn to start playing 2, 4, 10 or 20 poker tables at a time, believe me, you won't have time to get "bored" anymore.

Now I know that playing this amount of poker tables might seem absolutely crazy to you at first. But it is not nearly as difficult as you might think.

I believe it is something that anybody can learn how to do over time. I have played millions of hands of low stakes poker online and most of it was done while I was playing 20 or 30 tables at a time.

I have already written the #1 guide on the internet for how to play more online poker tables.


5. Study Advanced Poker Theory to Improve Your Game


If you really want to take your poker game to the next level in 2019 and start crushing the 2NL games then you should also consider studying some advanced poker theory and strategies.

Because the thing is, poker games today (even at 2NL) are always changing. This means that anyone who thinks they "know it all" often quickly gets left behind.

One of the best poker training programs to improve your game at NL2 in 2019 is the Daniel Negreanu MasterClass.


This poker course is taught by one of the best poker players in the world, Daniel Negreanu. In this poker training program Daniel teaches you how to play a fundamentally sound tight and aggressive strategy game to crush 2NL games.

He also teaches you how to start thinking about the game of poker on a world class level by really thinking deeply about their range, and ultimately, how to read their poker hand.

These are some of the most essential poker skills that you need to learn especially when you start moving up to higher limits and playing against better poker players.

The bottom line is that if you want to really starting crushing the NL2 poker games in 2019 then you should consider improving your poker game by learning some advanced poker strategies.


6. NL2 Poker Strategy - Value Bet Them Relentlessly


Most 2NL games these days are still full of calling stations. Even many of the regs can't fold anything!

A "calling station" in poker by the way is somebody who chases every draw, can't fold bottom pair and so on.

Now if you don't believe me, go watch the video series I made awhile back showing how to crush the NL2 games on PokerStars.

I played for 6 hours in total on 2NL Zoom, 6max and full ring games on PokerStars at completely random tables. There were huge fish on every single one of my tables.

So how do you beat a bunch of bad poker players like this? Easy, you value bet the crap out of them and almost never bluff.

What do I mean by "value bet?"

I basically mean that any time you have the best hand, you bet. And even if you only have middle pair, this is still often the best hand because they are chasing some ridiculous draw.

Here are some hands I played showing how to beat NL2 Zoom where I talk about this further:



The bottom line is that the key to beating 2NL poker games is to value bet them relentlessly. You need to always get all those extra little bets in and make them pay.

You will often be surprised at the kind of nonsense they will call you with! I have been snap called by hands as bad as queen high many times at 2NL.

Gotta love them :)


7. 2NL Poker Strategy - Learn to Hand Read


Hand reading is an important part of a solid winning 2NL poker strategy.

Hand reading sounds like a big fancy term in poker but actually it is pretty simple. If you know your poker player types, (which I suggest memorizing if you don't), then you already know their range.

A "range" in poker by the way is a certain set of hands that a specific player can have in a certain situation.

For example a tight poker player who raises preflop and then bets the flop and the turn is going to have a very tight range made up almost exclusively of strong value hands like top pair or better.

A loose maniac on the other hand can take the exact same line but his range will have far more total bluffs and garbage in it.

Here is another video I made showing you how to hand read at the micro stakes.


Now how do you know what the player type is you might be asking yourself?

Well the easiest way is to simply check their HUD stats. When I am playing 20 or 30 tables of 2NL at a time, there is no way I can do this without the help of my HUD.

And this is because it allows me to have stats on all my opponents displayed right on my screen. This helps me quickly figure out their player type, and therefore, the best strategy to beat them.

But even if you don't use a HUD (or you play live poker for instance), it is still pretty easy to tell what type of player you are up against with some basic observation.

Has your opponent only played 2 hands in the last hour? Did he only win a small pot with a very strong hand? This is a tight passive player type.

Has your opponent played 20 hands in the last hour and routinely calls down to the river with total garbage? This is a classic fish or "whale" player type.

I think you get the point.


8. The River OverBet Shove


Alright, I am now going to let you in on one of my all time top NL2 poker strategies that has literally made me thousands and thousands of dollars in these games.

And this is the river overbet shove.

Now I want to say right away that you should only use this NL2 poker strategy against really bad players who can't find the fold button to save their life.

But luckily this is NL2 we are talking about so this includes a lot of them!

Basically the concept is this. You have an extremely strong hand like a full house on a very draw heavy river board runout.


Let me give you an example:

You have 66 and the board on the river is:

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We have an extremely strong hand in this situation, a full house. But there are a number of very, very good second best hands available on this board.

For example, any 5 makes a straight and any two diamonds makes a flush. If they have a 4 in their hand, then they could also have trips.

Now let me tell you something about bad poker players at 2NL. They don't fold straights, flushes or trips for ANY amount.

Seriously, they will take out a second mortgage on their house if they have to, they are calling you down!

Therefore, it would be a huge mistake to just bet a small amount here like everybody else does. The correct 2NL poker strategy here is simply to go all-in.

Like I said, I have literally made thousands of dollars over the years by simply overbet shoving action rivers like this when I know it is likely that a bad player has a good second best hand.

People often ask me why my 2NL poker win rates over the years have consistently been so much higher than everybody else (20bb/100+).

It is because of plays like this!

I don't make a little bet here and win a little pot like everybody else. Instead, I recognize the player and the situation and I make them pay the maximum, every single time.


9. Enjoy the Madness


The final piece of advice that I have for you to start beating NL2 6max, Zoom or full ring poker games online is to simply embrace the madness.

Look guys, I have some of the highest winnings in online poker history in this game alone, tens of thousands of dollars in winnings.

But I have also perhaps taken more bad beats than anyone in the history of poker in order to create all these profits. People think I am joking when I say that. I am not.

And I could rattle off endless more 2NL poker strategy advice here for you to play your AK better or bluff more or so on.

But the bottom line is that if you don't get the mental game down for 2NL, then none of this even matters at all.

NL2 is pure madness sometimes. They will call you down with anything. The beats are endless and they are completely insane. I often refer to NL2 simply as "The Circus."

You have to learn how to just get away from the game sometimes. I love getting on my motorbike and riding down to the beach for example:


If the bad beats are piling up at 2NL for you, then go do what makes you happy that doesn't involve playing poker or thinking about poker.

And then come back to the 2NL tables the next day with a clear head.

But you always need to remember as well that it is actually awesome that 2NL is full of bad players who will call you down with anything.

Because this is why you can have absurd win rates in a game like this of 10 or 20 big blinds per 100 hands (simply impossible in any other game).

But this also means that you are going to take an ungodly amount of bad beats and "suckouts." You simply have to get used to this if you want to learn how to beat NL2.

You can't take it personally every time some guy hits a ridiculous gutshot straight on the river or catches trips with his bottom pair.

It is simply going to happen guys. And it will happen again and again and again and again. It's how the game of poker works.

No matter how bad they are at poker, they almost always some equity in the pot. They are simply going to realize that equity sometimes.

The fact that the bad players can get lucky sometimes is also why they keep coming back again and again to deposit more money and lose it again.

If you are not prepared for this then I am sorry but there is no way that you are going to be able to beat 2NL.

Most people honestly cannot handle it. They tilt all their winnings away every time a fish bad beats them. Then they get online and rant about how rigged it is against them.

But the reality is that they simply cannot handle the madness that is 2NL. You have to embrace it, learn to laugh it off more and understand that at the end of the day, the math is on your side.

As I often say, you cannot fight the math and expect to win in poker. Sooner or later all of their bad plays will catch up to them. And that is why 2NL is actually so insanely profitable.


How to Beat 2NL Zoom


Now I want to touch a bit upon 2NL Zoom games in particular here as well. Honestly though, your Zoom poker strategy really doesn't need to be that different from your strategy at a regular poker table.

The only difference in a 2NL Zoom poker game from a regular poker game is that you are given a random seat at the table every hand and it is also much harder to get reads on your opponents.

Example Zoom Hand (Fold a straight?):


The player pool in a 2NL Zoom game on PokerStars can be over 500 people during prime time hours. This means that if you are playing 2NL 6max Zoom then you might only see the same player once every 83 hands!

500 / 6 = 83

This makes it very difficult to build up any kind of reliable HUD stats or reads on your opponents. And therefore you are often simply playing against a bunch of complete unknowns.

This means that you have to play a much more ABC basic style of poker. You cannot for example increase your bluffing frequency towards weak tight players who have a low WTSD% (went to showdown percentage).

And this is because you simply don't have that data available on your HUD like you would at a regular poker table.

Also, you often won't know who the aggressive regulars are compared to the passive regulars. So you really have to just play it safe and take more straightforward textbook lines in all situations.

If you want a complete breakdown of my strategy to beat NL2 Zoom poker games, I have already written the #1 Zoom poker strategy guide available on the internet today.


2NL Poker Bankroll Guidelines


Alright lastly, let's talk about your bankroll for 2NL. Because quite frankly, this is extremely important.

One of the biggest reasons why many poker beginners end up going broke at 2NL over and over again is because they simply shoot themselves in the foot by not having the proper bankroll.

Your bankroll by the way is the total amount of funds you have allocated to play poker. Many people say that every poker player goes broke sometimes, even the pros.

Frankly, I completely disagree with this.

I have personally never gone broke in my 10+ year poker career and that is because I have always exercised proper bankroll management.

So what is a good 2NL bankroll?

2nl poker bankroll

Well, I would suggest having 30 buyins as a bare minimum. Since a full "buyin" at 2NL is $2, then this means that you should have $60 in your bankroll.

Now I know this might seem excessive to some, but believe me, the swings in poker can be very brutal at times.

It is certainly possible for a good winning player at 2NL to lose 10 buyins. If 10 buyins ($20) is your entire bankroll, guess what? You go broke and have to reload.

This is really psychologically difficult especially for a solid winning player. My advice, do things right in the first place by having a proper bankroll for 2NL.

If you would like to know my bankroll recommendations for all stakes, check out my ultimate guide to poker bankroll management.


Final Thoughts


So there you have my guide to beating 2NL games online. And it doesn't matter if you play 2NL 6max, 2NL Zoom or 2NL Full Ring. The best 2NL poker strategy is similar for all of them.

To be completely honest, any good poker player can still easily crush these games with even a very basic poker strategy.

All you really need to do is just play tight, play in position, value bet the crap out of them and don't tilt. Eventually the math will catch up to them.

This is how I was able to post some of the highest winnings in online poker history in these NL2 games. I would literally just mass multi-table these games in my sleep and play solely for the long run.

I was never interested in my day to day or even week to week results because these never matter in poker. With all the bad players at 2NL, they will get lucky against you sometimes in the short run.

But over the long run I always crush them with a simple tight and aggressive poker strategy. And when I start to feel frustrated by a string of bad beats, I just quit for the day and go do something else completely unrelated to poker

If you want to know the exact poker strategy I used to beat NL2 games for tens of thousands of dollars I explain it all step by step in my free poker cheat sheet.

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How do you beat 2NL poker games online? What is your 2NL poker strategy? Let me know in the comments below.

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The ONLY Poker Beginner Books You Need to Read [2019]

Poker beginner books
People often ask me what are the best poker beginner books. And believe me, I get it. There are so many poker books out there these days, it can be hard to know where to even start!

As a 10+ year poker pro myself I have read a few poker books over the years. So I have a pretty good idea of which poker books are best for beginners.

I also know which poker books helped me the most in those crucial early stages of my poker career when I was still trying to figure it all out.

In this article I am going to list my top 5 best poker beginner books for 2019.


1. Massive Profit at the Micros - Nathan "BlackRain79" Williams


The best poker beginner book in my opinion is Massive Profit at the Micros which was written by me. Now why would I be so bold as to put my own book in the #1 position?

Because unlike every other poker author I actually have some of the best results in online poker history at the stakes that poker beginners are playing (NL2 and NL5 online in particular).

The other reason why I put Massive Profit at the Micros as the best poker beginner book is really simple. It is the only poker beginner book that is 100% free!

Best Poker Beginner Books Massive Profit at the Micros

People actually tell me all the time that I should be charging money for this poker book. Why do I give away all this high level poker strategy for free?

And while I agree with them in theory, my #1 goal on this website has always been to help people start winning consistently in small stakes poker games.

Often people who are just starting out in poker do not have a lot of money to invest in expensive poker training materials and strategy books.

So that is why I decided to write Massive Profit at the Micros, giving away my complete poker beginner strategy, and then simply give it away for free.

The other strength of this poker beginner book is that it is only about 50 pages long. This means that you will be able to study it, and start using the strategies at the poker table, in a hour at the most.

Massive Profit at the Micros provides you with a complete step by step guide (preflop to the river) for what to do in every situation in low stakes poker games.

I wrote this free poker book (or "cheat sheet" as some call it) specifically with poker beginners in mind.

These are the poker strategies that I have personally used to crush the lower stakes online poker games in particular for some of the highest winnings in history.

You can grab your copy of Massive Profit at the Micros (for free) right here.


2. Crushing the Microstakes - Nathan "BlackRain79" Williams


The next best poker beginner book on the list is Crushing the Microstakes which was also written by me. Now why does this book also deserve to be so high on the list?

The reason why is because this is the most popular poker book ever written for the lowest stakes games (NL2 and NL5 online or $1/$2 if you play live).

Why is this book so popular? Because, as mentioned, as the author I have some of the best results in online poker history at these stakes (my results are listed on page 1 of the book).

Best Poker Beginner Books Crushing the Microstakes

This immediately sets this beginner poker book apart from every other one out there. Crushing the Microstakes isn't about "theories" or "formulas" like so many other poker books.

Crushing the Microstakes is instead based on the proven poker strategies that I personally created to make over 6 figures in just these games alone during my poker pro career.

Crushing the Microstakes is a laser focused 250 page guide which teaches you how to absolutely crush 6-max, Zoom and full ring NL2 and NL5 games online or $1/$2 if you play live.

And it is this extremely narrow focus that has allowed so many people now to read it and then subsequently improve their results dramatically in these poker games.

Crushing the Microstakes shows you step by step how I created some of the highest profits in online poker history in these low stakes poker games with countless poker hand examples to guide you through as well.

There is also an optional video course which goes along with the book where you can actually just watch me play and absolutely wreck these games (6+ hours of live play, Zoom, 6-max and full ring).

You can grab your copy of Crushing the Microstakes right here.


3. The Theory of Poker - David Sklansky


The Theory of Poker was originally published in 1989 (although it has gone through many different editions since then), and therefore some people will dismiss it immediately as being too outdated.

And I get that believe me.

This is especially since it was originally written well before online poker even existed! However, there is a reason why this is the most popular poker book ever written.

Put simply, The Theory of Poker by David Sklansky teaches you how to think like a winning poker player. This is the very first poker book that I ever read and I still recommend it for beginners to this day.

Best Poker Beginner Books The Theory of Poker

Now to be honest, most of the book isn't even about No Limit Hold'em. It's actually about Limit Hold'em instead.

However, Sklansky excels at teaching the basic fundamentals of winning poker which applies to all poker game types. This poker beginner book for example will finally make you understand the true power of aggression in poker.

The Theory of Poker also includes the very famous "fundamental theorem of poker", which once you fully understand it, is an absolute game changing principle for playing winning poker.

Reading The Theory of Poker was absolutely critical for my early stage development as a professional poker player.

So for this reason, I still recommend this 30 year old book to poker beginners. In fact, every poker player should read this book and absorb the massive amounts of poker wisdom contained within it.


4. The Mental Game of Poker - Jared Tendler


People vastly, vastly under-estimate the mental side of the game of poker. I have been saying this for so many years now.

In fact, in my opinion the mental side of the game of poker is the number #1 thing that separates low stakes poker players from high stakes players and amateurs from the pros.

Specifically I am talking about tilt, but also work ethic, discipline and the ability to handle the extreme emotional swings that come along with playing poker at a high level.

And the absolute best poker book ever written for the mental side of the game is The Mental Game of Poker by Jared Tendler.

Best Poker Beginner Books The Mental Game of Poker

As a quick aside, I respect Jared's understanding of the mental side of the game so much that I have actually even hired him in the past to coach me! I have also interviewed Jared before right here on my blog.

I think the primary reason why Jared's ability to teach the mental side of poker is so high is because he is actually not even a poker player himself.

However, he does have a Master's degree in Psychology and has worked with many of the best poker players (and golfers) in the world to help them with their confidence, tilt control, focus and so on.

Having read this book multiple times, and worked with Jared personally myself to improve my own poker mental game, I always recommend this book as required reading for any poker beginner.


5. Treat Your Poker Like a Business - Dusty Schmidt


The final book on this list of the best poker beginner books was written by the legendary online poker player and original hardcore grinder, Dusty "Leatherass" Schmidt.

Dusty Schmidt has made millions of dollars at the poker tables specifically in mid and high stakes games online. And quite frankly, he was my poker hero when I was first learning how to win at poker.

I would study his poker training videos over and over. I learned how to think about this game on a much higher level primarily by studying his game inside and out.

So when Dusty released Treat Your Poker Like a Business it was literally my bible for learning how to think about this game on a world class level.

Best Poker Beginner Books Treat Your Poker Like a Business

As the title suggests, Treat Your Poker Like Business teaches you how to manage your poker career as a professional both from the financial and the emotional side of the game.

Dusty teaches you about the work ethic necessary to make it over the long run in this crazy game. He also talks about how he manages his emotions after winning (or losing) massive amounts of money every single day.

The bottom line is if you want to learn how to rise above all the other amateurs out there and really think about the game like an elite level poker pro does, then you need to read this book.


Final Thoughts


There are so many poker beginner books out there these days. It can be difficult to even know where to begin!

So this is why I recommend only a handful of poker beginner books that are actually based on proven results at the poker tables.

You always want to be learning from the very best. So that is why for poker beginners I always recommend my own poker beginner books first:

I have some of the best proven results in online poker history in these low stakes games. And this is why no other poker books can compete with them.

I also recommend David Sklansky's The Theory of Poker because it is the most fundamentally sound poker book ever written. This is your bible for learning the basics of winning poker theory.

Jared Tendler's The Mental Game of Poker is the best poker book ever written for the mental side of the game. This is absolutely required reading for all poker beginners in my opinion.

And lastly, Treat Your Poker Like a Business by Dusty Schmidt brings it all together for you, teaching you how to think about this game like a world class pro does.


Let me know in the comments below what you think the best poker beginner books are.

Best Poker Beginner Books