Pre-Flop Hand Reading Just Posted!
It's never too early to start reading a hand! Learn how to pre-flop action can provide important clues to help you determine the best play of the much later streets.
What are you so afraid?
Are you getting outplayed? Learn to think objectively about their fears and determine just what it would take to use an opponent for you.
biggest risk slowplaying not lose the pot, it is unable to build a pot. Learn when and why to check strong hands and when but they difficult.
From stand against LAG
This in-depth analysis of one hand reflects the important principles as one of the toughest situations without limit hold 'em: playing out of position against a good loose-aggressive opponent.
This article introduces a new term to the lexicon of poker and new concepts that will help you better analyze your bluffs, both those who work and those who do not.
Testament to protect
This is not just about the fish anymore. Learn when and how to protect your hand NLHE.
to your plan for the next street should influence the cards that you choose to play on the current street. Learn how to choose the best bluffing hands, 3-betting, and more!
Explore Game theory behind a common state of the river and learn how to use the concepts of blocking range and balance in order to protect themselves from exploitation.
Once you are sure that your opponent can not have the nuts, then you are almost guaranteed good bluffing opportunities. Also, you should avoid playing in a way that makes it easy to exclude nuts from your range. Learn How!
There is no such thing as a free flair
Sometimes it is undesirable or almost impossible to disguise the strength of your hand. This article discusses how to recognize such situations and the importance of charging your opponents the right price, if you can not avoid disclosing such information.
How to Spot a Level 3 Thinker
Maybe you know how to play against the 2 or 3-level thinker, but how do you know if you're up against one? This article is full of specific behavioral clues to look at your opponents that will help you determine how they think and play.
Continuation Bets for Advanced Players
So far, c-bet feel like the oldest game in the book. Everyone knows about it, and it seems that no one is falling for it anymore. This article explains how to keep your continuation betting strategy up to date, up against the best players.
You know how to bluff and you know how to bluff-raise. But do you know how to bluff-call? This is called a float, and it's every great player's arsenal.
Hand Reading Made Simple
Sometimes figuring out where you stand, is so easy to eliminate one type of opponent's hand range. This article explains a simple method to determine what your opponents are and what you can do about it.
Debunk myths about indirect Odds
Implied odds are one of the most important and misunderstood factors big bet poker. Learn how possible future results would be affected by your play on the current street.
Relative Strength Hand
When the hand is better than a better hand? When it is drawing thin or dead opponent's calling range. Sometimes, it's better to have a drawing than a success, but behind.
Real Time Equity
You can not use the calculator at the same table, but learning what factors affect your equity, and how can help you make better decisions in real time.
Value flow downstream
of advanced article on how the ability to make a thin river value rates can create additional times capital to you on previous streets.
De-polarizing your turn Range
Improved article about when, why and how to mix his range firing a second barrel on the turn.
Creative Size But
Big but poker is a game of opportunities and creativity. There are many more betting options than a fixed size limits, and not all players make full use of.
How to bluff a Calling Station
Conventional wisdom believes that you should do more thin value bets against a very loose player, but never bluff. I argue otherwise in this article.
What does it mean to think about a deeper level than your opponent? Is it possible to overthink a hand of poker?
From any two cards Myth
In this article, examples are not the best, but I stand by the central claims.
"Believe it or not, there are times when you want your bluffs to be called!
Their opponents' Arsenal Part 1: Flop
Recognizing the special error that your adversary will become a flop can help you better pre-flop decisions against him.
Their opponents' Arsenal Part 2: The Turn and River
Acknowledging opposing the specific strengths and weaknesses for future streets can help you make better decisions now.
Making difficult decisions
to the toughest decisions about poker, you have to think about not only the cards you are holding now, but all of the cards that you would keep this place. The key to resolving this dilemma is used in one part of your range in order to protect another.
Thinking about the bands
you probably know that you have provided to your opponent on a range of hands rather than one particular farm. But what exactly does this mean, and how it would affect your decision-making at the tables?
Betting or raising only information is rarely a good idea because you can often get the same information by calling, if you know what to look for.
Standard Bid Sizes Just Posted!
Stop play as a robot and use your head! Various your bet size does not mean giving away information about your hand, and it is one of the most valuable tools available to you NLHE tournament.
Improve your MTT skills
Hone your short-handed skills and your multi-Submission practice, make the most of each final table appearance.
My favorite strategy article I have written. Concise and fairly comprehensive introduction to what is in the back of my mind when I play a hand of poker. Included in the anthology 2 + 2 Wisdom for Multi-table tournaments.
Attacking and defending Dead Money Tournament
Introduction to my basic philosphy tournament play.
The Last But
explication of how and when to apply the aggressive middle and late game tournament situations.
Hidden Costs tournament
this article I will reveal is often over-looked piece of information that can help you make good decisions about when to call, when to steal and when to re-steal.
Game Selection tournament players
Discussion of the factors to consider when deciding which of the thousands of poker tournaments are available every day, you should play.
Making Quick Reads tournaments
This article will suggest a number of strategies to formulate preliminary profiles for new opponents and adapting your game accordingly.
Ten tips to improve your bubble Play
Slightly dated guide to abuse the weak players (and sometimes strong players) money bubble.
Knowing is the (only) half the battle
Some betting lines reveals more than others. Against good players, it is important to find ways to keep their wide range of defining theirs.