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Casino Poker for Beginners: High-Hand Bonuses, Bad-Beat Jackpots, and More

Robert Woolley discusses different promotions and offers of so-called "free" money you might encounter while playing in a casino poker room.

Casino Poker for Beginners: Sharing Space, or How to Sit at a Poker Table

Robert Woolley continues his "Casino Poker for Beginners" series with a discussion of etiquette to be followed when seated at a crowded poker table.

Casino Poker for Beginners: Covering When to Keep Your Cards Covered

In a final installment his series discussing playing cards, Robert Woolley covers a few more examples of when it is important to protect your hand.

Casino Poker for Beginners: The Many Meanings of “Protect Your Hand”

Continuing his discussion of playing cards, Robert Woolley addresses players' responsibility to protect their cards from a variety of possible dangers.

Casino Poker for Beginners: Exposed or Boxed Cards, Fouled Decks & More

Continuing his discussion of playing cards, Robert Woolley talks about exposed or "boxed" cards, fouled decks, "spading" the deck, and more.

Casino Poker for Beginners: New Setups, Marked Cards & Shufflers

Continuing his discussion of playing cards, Robert Woolley discusses new setups, marked cards, automatic shufflers, and chocolatey fingers.

Casino Poker for Beginners: Protecting Your Hand from Prying Eyes

Robert Woolley continues his "Casino Poker for Beginners" series with a discussion of playing cards in poker -- and why bending them is okay.

Casino Poker for Beginners: Lammers and a Few More Buttons

Robert Woolley concludes his series on all of the different kinds of buttons used in poker, here discussing lammers, rebuy buttons, and more.

Casino Poker for Beginners: All In, Call, and Kill Buttons (& More)

Robert Woolley continues his discussion of all of the buttons used in live poker including the "all in," "call," "kill," "overs," and more.

Casino Poker for Beginners: Missed Blinds and Other Buttons

Robert Woolley continues to explain the meaning of all of those different buttons you may encounter at a live casino poker table.

Casino Poker for Beginners: Buttons, Buttons, and More Buttons

Robert Woolley continues his "Casino Poker for Beginners" series with the first of several articles discussing all of those buttons used during play.

Casino Poker for Beginners: All About Chips, Part 3 -- Rules, Tricks, Making Change & Collecting

Robert Woolley discusses the "oversize chip rule," handling chips, making change, chip tricks, chip-stacking, and even collecting chips.

Casino Poker for Beginners: All About Chips, Part 2 -- Betting and Raising

Robert Woolley continues with his advice for those new to casino poker, this time explaining what to do with your chips when betting and raising.

Casino Poker for Beginners: All About Chips, Part 1

Robert Woolley continues to introduce casino poker to new players by starting a discussion of chips, an integral element to game play.

Casino Poker for Beginners: Your First Round of Play

So you've bought into a cash game and are about to play your first hand of poker in a casino. Do you post the blinds right away or wait?

Casino Poker for Beginners: Keeping and Changing Seats

Robert Woolley continues his series introducing casino poker to new players with advice about keeping and changing your seat once you begin.

Casino Poker for Beginners: Getting Into the Game

If you've never played live poker before, the prospect might seem daunting. Here's a quick overview of what you need to know when getting into the game.

Stay Away from Soft Play

"Soft play" in poker refers to deliberately playing "soft" against an opponent in order to prevent him or her from losing too much -- and it's wrong!

How to Handle Disputes When Playing Poker in a Casino

Disputes over rules and other matters often occur when playing poker live. Knowing how to handle them correctly can be of great benefit.

Deceive Others at the Poker Table, But Not Yourself

Deception is a big part of poker, but while it's good to mislead and misdirect others at the table with your play, don't deceive yourself about your game.

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