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Check or Bet the River With Top Two and an Aggressive...

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

Five Key Differences Between Pot-Limit Omaha and No-Limit Hold’em

For many no-limit hold'em players, pot-limit Omaha is a logical next game to try. On the surface, PLO plays similarly to NLHE. It's also a...

Don’t Let Strong Starting Hands Trick You Into Thinking You “Deserve”...

Most of us understand how the best starting hands don't necessarily become the best finishing hands in no-limit hold'em. It's always nice to look down...

“We Are Both Heroes”: Big River Calls During Heads-Up in the...

"Hero call" is an interesting poker term, usually referring to a difficult river call with less-than-strong hand made by a player who suspects an...

10 More Hold’em Tips: Overbetting

You're in a no-limit hold'em tournament. The board shows {9-Diamonds}{K-Diamonds}{3-Clubs}{10-Clubs}{4-Diamonds} and after raising preflop and leading both the flop and turn with your {K-Spades}{K-Hearts}...

Six Ways of Correcting a Common Poker Probability Error

Many people share a misunderstanding about poker probability calculations — but it's one that almost never gets explicitly addressed. I aim to change that. We...

Paying Attention at the Tables: Learn to Sharpen Your Post-Fold Focus

A poker buddy recently was telling me about a mutual acquaintance of ours who also plays. This fellow was talking with my friend about...

Three Keys To Early Stage Tournament Success

Summer tournament season is in full swing. Have you ever wondered how certain players are able consistently to make deep runs? Each of their...

10 More Hold’em Tips: The Stop-and-Go

The "stop-and-go" play refers to a strategy sometimes used to good effect by short-stacked players in tournaments. It's a two-part move that begins before...

If You’re Not Bluffing, Then It’s Not Poker

During Season 1 of High Stakes Poker, Doyle Brunson ran a failed bluff against his friend,Ted Forrest. After he was caught, Brunson was heard...
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