When Martin Derbyshire was fired from PokerNews, critics said he’d gone too far in criticizing professional poker. But is that right takeaway?
In poker, it’s usually best to focus on the most probable outcomes, rather than on best- and worst-case scenarios. What can this teach us about decision-making in life away from the felt?
Don’t think of poker as ‘just’ a game; games are abstractions of the real world, and poker has a lot to teach us about real life decision-making.
A few final thoughts to conclude the ‘Thoughts on Poker’ series.
Online poker changed poker forever. And nothing is more important for the growth of this game than its return.
Coaching and training sites can turn the fishes into the sharks. But at what cost?
Thoughts on Poker: How to Grow Poker’s Popularity and Global Appeal Part 7B: Tracking Sites and Online Tools
Are script-seating, HUDS, and tracking software -EV in the long run? Part B examines some of their lasting effects.
Thoughts on Poker: How to Grow Poker’s Popularity and Global Appeal Part 7A: Tracking Sites and Online Tools
Script-seating, HUDS, and tracking software are amazingly helpful in the short-term. But are they -EV in the long run?
Thoughts on Poker: How to Grow Poker’s Popularity and Global Appeal Part 6: Shades, Headphones & Hoodies
Sunglasses, headphones and hoodies do more harm than good for the game. And here’s why.
How can we ignite another booker boom? It all starts with the WSOP Main Event champion.