You can play various forms of poker at an online casino or at different websites. Poker remains remain one of the few beatable casino games, because you are playing against other players,not the house. Here are some suggestions on how to get better at online poker.
If you are playing live, you generally watch for tells, like facial tics, changes in posture, and similar things. You might think a tell is impossible to detect over the internet. It is harder, but there are two things you can look for.
The first is how long it takes someone to make a decision. Many poker sites have a feature that lets you select your action in a hand ahead of time. People can check/raise/bet/fold, and this action is done immediately on their turn, if they selected this option. If you see someone check right away, they may have picked this feature, and they probably have a bad hand. If they raise immediately, it is usually s sign of strength.
You can look at how much people bet too. Some people will bet a smaller amount to attempt to entice you into the pot, because their hand is very good. Other may only consistently large bets when they are bluffing. People are creatures of habit, whether they realize it or not.
You may even have this tendency yourself. To avoid others from learning your patters when you play poker online, vary your bet sizes frequently. Mix up your play, and sometimes bet small amounts with big hands, and vice versa. This will keep your opponents guessing.