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Tag: poker strategy

Improving Your Game with David Randall, Vol. 6: Arguments Are Opportunities To Improve

David Randall tells us why we should "embrace arguments as an opportunity" in his latest blog.

Don’t Get “Hooked”: Figuring Out When To Fold Pocket Jacks

In Neil Gibson's new article for Learn.PokerNews, he discusses the difficulty of playing pocket jacks, focusing on situations when folding the hand is best.

Learn.PokerNews Weekly: Turbo Strategy, Tipping Tips, and an Amateur Takes on a Pro

The Learn.PokerNews Weekly highlights both recent and previous strategy articles, series, and features of interest to poker players of all skill levels.

Good Chips After Bad: How Mistakes Can Build in a No-Limit Hold’em Hand

A hand from the 2014 WSOP 10-game mix event illustrates how small mistakes early in a hand can lead to larger ones as the hand proceeds.

Improving Your Game with David Randall, Vol. 5: Developing Mental Toughness

In his latest blog, David Randall examines ways to develop your mental toughness for poker.

How Do You Play Pocket Kings or Queens When a Higher Card Appears?

Playing pocket kings or queens when a higher card appears among the community cards can be tricky, as discussed by Neil Gibson for Learn.PokerNews.

Learn.PokerNews Weekly: Survive Large Field Tourneys, Short Stacks, and Trouble Hands

The Learn.PokerNews Weekly highlights both recent and previous strategy articles, series, and features of interest to poker players of all skill levels.

Poker’s Biggest Bubble: Considering the 2014 WSOP Main Event Bubble Hand

Chad Holloway examines the intriguing final-table bubble hand of the 2014 WSOP Main Event for Learn.PokerNews.

Planning a Hold’em Hand: Don’t Stop With Preflop

Preflop might be the easiest round to play in no-limit hold'em, but don't forget about postflop equity when deciding how to play hands before the flop.

Learn.PokerNews Weekly: Tips from Jordan Morgan, Tourney Talk, and Bet-Timing Tells

The Learn.PokerNews Weekly highlights both recent and previous strategy articles, series, and features of interest to poker players of all skill levels.

Improving Your Game with David Randall, Vol. 4: No Substitute for Relentless Belief

In his latest blog, David Randall tells us why "there is no substitute for the relentless belief in your ability to be successful."

Learn.PokerNews Weekly: A WSOP Lesson Learned, Dealing with Maniacs, and Selling Action

The Learn.PokerNews Weekly highlights both recent and previous strategy articles, series, and features of interest to poker players of all skill levels.

How To Win the Money You Deserve Playing Poker

Nick Wealthall is back with another video with poker tips. This time he reveals some winning strategies that will offset the bad beats you take at the table.

CardRunners Instructor Collin Moshman Reviews a $3 Rebuy 180-Man SNG on PokerStars

Check out this training video from CardRunners instructor Collin Moshman who discusses rebuy strategy, maximizing ROI, wide three-bet shoves from a $3 rebuy on PokerStars.

Justin Bonomo Discusses 2-7 Triple Draw Strategy

Fresh of his first World Series of Poker gold bracelet victory, Justin Bonomo discusses strategy for triple draw.

Daniel Negreanu and David “Bakes” Baker Discuss WSOP Shootout Strategy

Daniel Negreanu and David Baker discuss how to approach the shootout format at the World Series of Poker. For those...

CardRunners Instructor Scott "iRock" Augustine Discusses Overbetting, Barreling and More

Check out this training video from CardRunners instructor Scott "iRock" Augustine, who covers topics such as overbetting and barreling.

J.C. Tran: $25K Mixed-Max Event Provides Platform for Short-Handed Improvement

J.C. Tran is deep in the $25,000 Mixed-Max Event at the 2014 World Series of Poker. He explains how the format helps improve his short-handed game.

The Set Mining Strategy When Playing Pocket Pairs

Players often will go "set mining" with small-to-medium pocket pairs, but it's important to know whether or not one can get paid off adequately when doing so.

20 Rounds Part VII: Yakovenko's Step-by-Step Strategy Guide for Pineapple OFC Poker

Nikolai Yakovenko offers advice and strategy through 20 rounds of Pineapple Open Face Chinese poker. Find out what you should do and why.

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