An article that dissects the critical skill of being able to separate what’s possible from what’s likely when analyzing a poker hand
We cover the basics of online poker bankroll management in this Poker 101 article
When I think about what qualities that are vital to becoming a good poker player a capacity for critical thinking, discipline, and creativity come to mind right away. But in talking to a lot of both good and great poker players over the past several years, I’ve noticed that one quality in particular that isn’t [...]
I think everyone is guilty of making assumptions to a certain extent when playing poker. Overcoming and dismissing some of the predetermined ideas you have in your head every time you sit at a table might be one of the biggest obstacles for some poker players.
The ideas I cover here are more applicable to online [...]
I’ll start off this article by saying this: Hopefully, you probably know a lot of what I am about to tell you. At least subconsciously. This is meant to be a “common-sense” refresher for the casual or serious online player. Because knowing something and putting it into practice in reality are two different things.
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In an era of increasingly tough online games, if you’re not collecting (and utilizing) data on your online opponents, you’re giving up a pretty significant edge. This article is intended to provide a [...]
I’ve always thought it fortunate that you don’t have to be a genius to play winning hold ‘em. As complex and mystifying as the game can be, it’s not rocket science. You can go a long way in this game on the strength of common sense, experience, and a healthy dose of discipline. Though the [...]
This Podcast from Part Time Poker focuses on the gap between theory and practice in poker and offers examples of a few spots where the best play in a perfect world might not work out as well as it seems it should when you’re actually at the table.
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If you’re an avid consumer of sports media, you’ll have noticed that over the last year or so there’s been a bit of a growing backlash against sport giant ESPN for what some have awkwardly coined the “highlitization” of sports – in short, that the cable giants focus on highlights has been one of the [...]