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Tag: Tips

Strategy Vault: The Out-of-Position Float with David Peters

Poker is a game of information so it is in this vein that PokerNews brings viewers a strategy section devoted specifically to helping to develop one’s game. Titled ‘Elite Strategy,’ these articles feature the wisdom of some of poker’s top players.

Strategy Vault: Turning Your Hand Into a Bluff with Vinny Pahuja

Vinny Pahuja discusses how to turn your made hand into a bluff increasing your chances of winning an otherwise futile hand.

From the Big Screen to the Final Table: Things to Do In Denver When You Are Dead

There have been plenty of mob movies, but few can hold a candle to Things to Do in Denver When You Are Dead starring Andy Garcia. There a number of lines from the film that are applicable to poker players but none more-so than this quote from Bill...

From the Big Screen to the Final Table: The Big Lebowski

The Big Lebowksi has found a cult following thanks to the hilarious dialogue that drives the warped tale of The Dude, played effortlessly by Jeff Bridges. Although Bridges lights up the screen in his turn as a simple stoner trying to get by, the...

Strategy Vault: Turn Semi-Bluff Raise in Limit Hold'em with Jonathan Tamayo

Jonathan Tamayo discusses the benefits of the turn semi-bluff raise and when to use the tactic in limit hold'em.

From the Big Screen to the Final Table: Bittersweet Motel

Todd Phillips' 2000 documentary Bittersweet Motel is an inside look at the rock and roll jam band Phish. Filled with witty observations from the road from the members of the group guitarist Trey Anastasio, bassist Mike Gordon, pianist Page...

From the Big Screen to the Final Table: Spy Game

Modern cinema is a great tool for teaching poker because it crosses cultural barriers in a way that few teaching elements can. All one needs to do is listen to the advice that can be found in the lines of a variety of films and then remember their...

From the Big Screen to the Final Table: Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy

Modern cinema is a great tool for teaching poker because it crosses cultural barriers in a way that few teaching elements can. All one needs to do is listen to the advice that can be found in the lines of a variety of films and then remember their...

From the Big Screen to the Final Table: Role Models

Modern cinema is a great tool for teaching poker because it crosses cultural barriers in a way that few teaching elements can. All one needs to do is listen to the advice that can be found in the lines of a variety of films and then remember their...