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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...

Self-Awareness: A Mindset Secret Weapon

"If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not...

Finding Your Way at the Micros: Learning How to Win Consistently

For many people getting started in poker, the hardest part is often just figuring out how to win consistently at the lower stakes. Once...

Tommy Angelo Presents an Excerpt From His New Book ‘Painless Poker’

Poker coach, author, player and PokerNews contributor Tommy Angelo's new book Painless Poker is out and now available in print or ebook versions! As Tommy...

Goal Set Like Daniel Negreanu

I recently sent Daniel Negreanu a message on Twitter asking him what has made him so good for so long. He replied with a...

10 Steps for Controlling Your Own Tells

Many of us are good at noticing patterns of behavior and the playing styles in others. We readily identify our opponents as LAGs, TAGs,...

When to Quit a Poker Game with Daniel Negreanu

We've all been there, feeling "stuck" — literally — in a cash game we just can't seem to leave. The urge to get even before...

Parting Words from a California Cash Game Crusher

It's rare to have access to the mind of an elite high-stakes pro. But one of Southern California's best players has been remarkably candid...

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...

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