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A Preflop Question: Is Limping Lame?

Poker author Steve Selbrede (The Statistics of Poker, Beat the Donks, Donkey Poker) continues his strategy series on low-stakes Las Vegas cash games. One of...

10 Tips for Sit & Go Success: Early Level Play

Last time, we discussed some of the practical applications of ICM, including in the early levels of a sit & go. This week, we...

Bet-Sizing and Value Betting After Flopping a Full House

This week's educational poker hand comes from a $2,000 buy-in side event — a turbo NL tournament. In this one I flop a huge...

Looking for Action and Edges in PokerStars’ Pot-Limit Omaha Spin &...

It still feels like a relatively new addition to online poker, but the Spin & Go format on PokerStarshas been around for quite a...

Talking ‘Advanced Concepts in No-Limit Hold’em’ With Hunter Cichy

Last year Hunter Cichy told PokerNews about "The Template," an algorithm that he uses when consciously considering pertinent factors at the table. “I can...

10 Tips for Sit & Go Success: Practical Applications of ICM

Last time we introduced the Independent Chip Model and discussed how the concept can be useful to players of sit & gos. Knowing about ICM...

Playing a Straight on a Three-Flush, Paired Board

This week I have another tournament hand analysis for you, a hand in which I flop a straight although both the board and my...

Big Stack Strategy in Tournaments with Daniel Negreanu

Much poker tournament strategy revolves around understanding the significance of stack sizes. Smart players are always aware of the amount of chips they (and...

Hand Review: Failing to Disprove Zeebo’s Theorem

Covering live poker tournaments for a living affords me the opportunity to see countless thousands of hands played out, many of which offer interesting...

Deciding When to Attack Cash Game Limpers

You're in a low-stakes cash game, one full of passive players many of whom are on the loose side. A hand arises in which...

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