Monthly Archives: September 2010

A Vital Concept for Winning Poker: Position

There are so many aspects and situations in poker that it is difficult to generalize a single topic. However, for the beginner, these topics set the fundamentals for any good poker player. Today’s beginner topic is about position. Position is … Continue reading

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Pot Odds: Knowing the Rule of 4&2

It’s a fact: if you want to be successful in poker, you need to know a little math. Regardless of the pro, they all know about pot odds. You have your extremes like Chris Ferguson who is a math wiz, … Continue reading

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20 Poker Dos and Donts

Here are some poker dos and donts that you may find useful. Again, these are targeted to the beginner, intermediate and casual player, though some can apply to advanced players as well. I plan on elaborating on most of these … Continue reading

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Avoid Betting Medium-Strength Hands Out of Position on the River

I was playing in a poker (Texas Hold ‘Em)¬†game about a month ago and a person out of position bet into a very draw-heavy board on the river with two people left to act behind him. Both players called, and … Continue reading

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Poker is Fun for Everyone!

Hi everyone! I’m excited to start this blog. I love poker and I love talking about poker. Hence, this blog. I will say this up front: I am not a pro. I’m an avid player who has won online and … Continue reading

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