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There’s no simple fix for becoming a winning poker player but there are a handful of simple, easy-to-execute poker moves that can make a world of difference to your bottom line. By fine-tuning these tactics you’ll have more tools to put to work at the poker table. You’ll be able to better understand your opponents and how to manipulate them, and that will translate directly to money in your pocket. Today we’re going to teach you how to defend your blinds. You’re forced to put money into the pot twice per orbit and we're going to show you how to minimize your losses and win more pots when you’re playing from the small and big blind. Th... още ...
There’s no simple fix for becoming a winning poker player but there are a handful of simple, easy-to-execute poker moves that can make a world of difference to your bottom line.   By fine-tuning these tactics you’ll have more tools to put to work at the poker table. You’ll be able to better understand your opponents and how to manipulate them, and that will translate directly to money in your pocket.   In certain situations you don’t want to play a multi-way pot so by isolating one player in particular you can give yourself a better chance of making the best hand or using position to win the pot post-flop.   The What: While... още ...
Poker is a unique game and the best players use a combination of math, skill and observation to beat it.   It takes a brilliant mind to understand and win at poker - and an even more brilliant one to invent the strategy basics that are now commonplace.   These geniuses do their best to solve the game as it’s played at the time.   But the game of poker has evolved a lot over the last decade, and will continue to. What might have worked 10 years ago canseem silly now. And winning strategies today might not be effective at all 10 years from now.   Below are a few of those strategies - endorsed by some of the most famous names in th... още ...
Learning how to play a game of Texas Hold'em can seem much more difficult than it really is.   The game itself is actually very logical and simple and requires just a few minutes to learn. Mastering it, however, will take you a bit longer. This article provides all the information you need to start playing the game. When you feel you've got the hang of it and are ready to play for real, check out our Texas Hold'em toplist for the best places to get started.   Quick Glossary   Before we get into describing the rules and game play, here's a quick glossary of terms you'll encounter. Blinds: Short for "blind be... още ...
 In poker it's not only what's in your hand that counts, but also what people think is in your hand. If you bet as though you have better cards than you actually do this is called bluffing, yet the true skill is knowing when to bluff. A player who never bluffs cannot expect to win as much money as someone who bluffs with the proper frequency, most average players tend to bluff too much, particularly in limit games. When bluffing at the proper frequency not only do you gain by forcing opponents to fold winning hands but also you create an element of disguise with your legitimate hands.   Optimum Bluffing Frequency    Optimum bluffing frequency... още ...
in Europe for years, Omaha poker is rapidly gaining fans worldwide over the last few years and now sits comfortably as the second-most played poker variation in the world. The newfound lust for Omaha can be attributed to a couple of things: For one, there's a natural similarity in the rules to Texas Hold'em, making the switch over an easy one for most players. Second, and likely the biggest draw, is the game's all-out action. Unlike Holdem, Omaha players are much more inclined to make and call more bets and to play more hands to completion. This increased action can make the game incredibly exciting and infinitely more interesting to both beginners and professio... още ...
The "Squeeze Play" is a highly effective, albeit risky move that all good players have in their repertoire. Through it's inclusion in the ever popular "Harrington on Hold'em" books; you'll see this play being made more and more.   Essentially the squeeze play is a bluff from late position used when there are already two other people in the pot: a bettor, and a caller. The play is made with any two cards, with the most important considerations centred on the two players already in the pot.   The player opening the betting should be a loose aggressive player (LAG), who likes to raise and bet out more than his fair share of pots. M... още ...