Monthly Archives: November 2010

Don’t Tap the Fish Tank!

As your skill level increases, you will begin to distinguish between great players, good players, beginners, and just downright awful players. For the latter of these players, we have a term for them. Fish. Fish are your table’s ATMs if … Continue reading

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Playing the Player: The Tight Wad

Tight Wad. Nit. Scardy Cat. Whatever you want to call them, this type of player is probably the easiest type of player you can face at a table. Play them correctly and you will be profitable. With the Tight Wad, … Continue reading

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Bankroll Management

In poker, you hear a lot about strategy. What are the right moves to make in certain situations? When should I semi-bluff? Forums upon forums can be found on the internet on poker strategies and hand analyses. But there‚Äôs one … Continue reading

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