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Jonathan Little has two poker books on the market already. Should you invest in his third, Secrets of Professional Tournament Poker, Volume 3: The Complete Workout? Read on to find out.
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The 888poker iPad App gives your Poker Game Wings!
JaxtrawPoker is a training site that offers both classes and videos to help you improve your poker game. Find out more in our review.
Jonathan Little is putting the finishing touches on Volume 3 of Secrets of Professional Tournament Poker. Before you check that book out when it is published next year, here’s a look at the first two volumes.
New Poker Training site review: Who doesn’t like a free poker training site? MoreEV.com gives you a bunch of poker-themed content that doesn’t cost players a thing.
Carbon Poker recently released an odds calculator for Omaha. It’s free. Read our review to learn more.
Ed Miller’s latest book, “Playing The Player: Moving Beyond ABC Poker To Dominate Your Opponents” is now available as an e-book or paperback. Read our review inside.
More details and screenshots of Carbon Poker’s software update slated to be released in June.
Carbon Poker offers a free Odds Calculator for all players – new and existing. Pot odds, win odds, a HUD with opponent stats and more. Read inside for details.
Understanding equity is one of the most necessary, yet frustrating, skills that poker players of all types have to develop in order to succeed.
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