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How to Attack the WSOP, Part 10: The Main Event

Concluding our 10-part "How to Attack the WSOP" series, some advice regarding preparing for poker's ultimate tournament, the WSOP Main Event.

How to Attack the WSOP, Part 9: Outside the No-Limit Hold'em Box

Among the 69 events on the 2016 World Series of Poker schedule are a number of non-NLHE offerings for lovers of limit and mixed game formats.

How to Attack the WSOP, Part 8: Playing on WSOP.com

Players heading to Las Vegas for the 2016 World Series of Poker can also join the action WSOP.com, including the $1K online bracelet event starting July 8.

How to Attack the WSOP, Part 7: It’s Not Just About the Bracelet Events

While the WSOP grabs the spotlight, there's a lot else happening in Las Vegas this summer for poker tournament players. Check out our recommendations.

European Players’ Guide to the 2016 World Series of Poker

Heading from Europe to Las Vegas for this summer's World Series of Poker? Read this list of tips for European players making the trip to play the WSOP.

How to Attack the WSOP, Part 6: Make the Colossus Your Main Event

The $565 buy-in "Colossus" is back at the WSOP this summer, providing thousands a chance to take their shot at a lower buy-in "main event."

How to Attack the WSOP, Part 5: Tips From the Pros

Looking for information on how to attack the World Series of Poker? PokerNews has you covered with our 10-part series readying you for the WSOP.

How to Attack the WSOP, Part 4: Know Your Limits -- Limit Versus No-Limit Strategy

Looking for information on how to attack the World Series of Poker? PokerNews has you covered with our 10-part series readying you for the WSOP.

How to Attack the WSOP, Part 3: Coming Prepared

Looking for information on how to attack the World Series of Poker? PokerNews has you covered with our 10-part series readying you for the WSOP.

How to Attack the WSOP, Part 2: Taking Advantage of Satellites, Live and Online

Looking for information on how to attack the World Series of Poker? PokerNews has you covered with our 10-part series readying you for the WSOP.

How To Attack the WSOP, Part 1: Planning What To Play

Looking for information on how to attack the World Series of Poker? PokerNews has you covered.

In Poker, Being Stubborn as a Mule Can Make You a Donkey

Stubbornness can be a good quality in certain circumstances, but in poker you shouldn't ignore the evidence before you to support wrong-headed theories.

Choosing a World Series of Poker Main Event Starting Day: Does It Matter?

Looking back at the last five years of WSOP Main Events, does playing Day 1a, 1b, or 1c matter when it comes to building stacks -- or just surviving?

Road to the 2016 WSOP: The 300-Day Grind Begins

Matthew Pitt has set his sights on building a bankroll for a trip to the 2016 World Series of Poker. Read his initial thoughts on realizing his goal.

Thinking Poker: Pros Behaving Badly

A discussion of so-called “pros” acting less than professionally, consequences that come from such behavior, and how non-pros should respond when it happens

Sizing Bets Wisely with Cash Game Pro Sangni Zhao

Las Vegas-based cash game pro Sangni Zhao discusses his bet-sizing strategy and why it has proven successful for him in deep-stacked games.

Dispatches from the WSOP: Filling the Void; or, Three Ways to Plug Holes in Your Game

In another of his "Dispatches from the WSOP," Nate Meyvis describes three areas on which players can focus to plus holes in their no-limit hold'em games.

Hold’em with Holloway, Vol. 35: Tilly vs. Brunson in Super High Roller Cash Game Hand

In the latest Hold'em with Holloway, PokerNews' Chad Holloway looks at a big Super High Roller Cash Game hand between Jennifer Tilly and Doyle Brunson.

Dispatches from the WSOP: In Vegas, In Position

Nate Meyvis (co-host of The Thinking Poker podcast) shares the first of his summer reports from Las Vegas where he's playing cash games and at the WSOP.

Tilt Report; I Mean, Trip Report

A series of losing sessions on a Vegas trip causes Jim Dixon to experience "loser tilt" before recognizing it and climbing out of it.

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