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How to Deal With Lengthy Winning and Losing Streaks at the...

Most people who play poker at the lower stakes these days have at least a general idea of what they are doing. For the...

Leveraging Poker Rules to Your Advantage

The rules of poker aren't that complicated, at least for most variants. Texas hold'em, they say, takes only a few minutes to learn (and...

Do You Change Your Strategy After a Big Win or Loss?...

Suppose that you know the optimal poker strategy for every situation. C'mon, admit it — you pretty much think that you do, right? Now suppose...

Breaking Down Momentum in Poker with David Peters

The last final table of the last European Poker Tour happens today in Prague where just six players remain from the record-breaking field of...

Tommy Angelo Presents: Tells from the Beyond

Dear reader: I wrote this article in the beforetime, back when no one specified which kind of hold'em they played because there was only...

Five Great Methods to Increase Home Poker Action

Home poker games can become nitty affairs sometimes. So can public games in casinos and poker rooms, for that matter. Sometimes, for long periods of...

Analyzing Examples of William Kassouf’s Table Talk (VIDEO)

In the first part of this article, we looked at some general verbal patterns of William Kassouf, a talkative player at this year's 2016...

Looking for Patterns in William Kassouf’s “Speech Play”

This is the first of a two-part article examining the speech patterns of William Kassouf, a talkative player featured in this year's coverage of...

How to Beat the Loose-Aggressive Home Game Player

You're a solid player, winning at the $1/$2 level in your nearby card room. You play a disciplined, tight-aggressive game. You know well how...

5 Lessons: The Transition to Becoming a “Semi-Pro”

"Spumoni! Spumoni!" This is the safe word Jackie Moon, played by Will Ferrell, yells in the 2008 comedy Semi-Pro when he is bitten by a...

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