Elements of Poker is a universal book: A new player can have their eyes opened to the wonder of thinking level poker and others can get a refresher course
Due to WCOOP, September was all about online poker. Live leaderboards are largely unchanged, while PocketFives’s online rankings have been shaken up.
Daniel Negreanu has said that only elite players can produce the best poker books and videos, but there’s more to teaching than just knowing the material.
Review of Jonathan Little’s two-volume series on Live No Limit Holdem Cash Games
Our writer Alex Weldon played in the $1100 Montreal Poker Expo Main Event at Playground Poker. He didn’t make it through Day 1, unfortunately, but here are his thoughts on the experience.
The Montreal Poker Expo Main Event kicks off tomorrow, with starting flights Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Our writer Alex Weldon will be doing a trip report.
Zachary Elwood is one of the most well-respected teachers when it comes to physical and verbal poker tells. He’s written two books and many articles on the subject, and most recently a series of videos, which we review here.
Pokerstoker is a new web tool for casual poker players. It provides some of the bare bones functionality of a HUD, but presented in a much simpler way. Most importantly, it’s free.
Modern Small Stakes is for serious students of the game. The book focuses on low limit No Limit Holdem cash games and the types of players you’ll find at these tables.
Jonathan Little’s 7th book for D&B Publishing is a collaboration with 16 other poker players and enthusiasts. Find out if this poker book is right for you.
MIT’s OpenCourseWare program makes lectures on a variety of topics available for free to the general public. For the first time, that now includes a course in Poker Theory, but unfortunately, most of the lectures aren’t very good.