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PokerNews Book Review: Thinking Tournament Poker by Nate Meyvis

A review of PokerNews Strategy contributor Nate Meyvis's newest strategy book, "Thinking Tournament Poker."

Shoving Small Pairs in Tournaments: Is There Fold Equity?

Mo Nuwwarah analyzes Neil Blumenfield's decision to reraise-shove his short stack all in holding pocket deuces with three left in the 2015 WSOP Main Event.

“Game Flow” and the Mechanics of Range-Building in No-Limit Hold'em

Nate Meyvis highlights two hands from the 2015 WSOP Main Event final table that show how being aware of "game flow" can greatly affect players' ranges.

Thinking Ahead: A One-Sentence Poker Lesson from Daniel Negreanu

Following a hand between Daniel Negreanu and Neil Blumenfield from Day 5 of the 2015 WSOP Main Event, Negreanu delivers a quick, memorable poker lesson.

Hold’em with Holloway, Vol. 53: Thomas Cannuli Impresses Even After Main Event Bustout

In a new Hold'em with Holloway, Managing Editor Chad Holloway tells you why he was impressed by Thomas Cannuli in the 2015 WSOP November Niner finale.

Road to the 2016 WSOP: Working Day and Night, Playing at Dusk Till Dawn

PokerNews Strategy contributor Matthew Pitt returns with an update from his 300-day challenge to build a bankroll to play at the 2016 World Series of Poker. Forgive me Father for I have sinned. It’s been 22 days since my...

Road to the 2016 WSOP: Thinking Like an Investor

Matthew Pitt provides an update on his quest to earn a bankroll with which to travel to Las Vegas and play in the 2016 World Series of Poker.

Game Theory Optimal Solutions and Poker: A Few Thoughts

Professional poker player and software developer Nikolai Yakovenko explores "game theory optimal" solutions and their applications to poker strategy.

Thinking Through the WSOP Main Event with Andrew Brokos

Reviewing the latest of Andrew Brokos's "The Thinking Poker Diaries" in which he recounts his experiences playing the World Series of Poker Main Event.

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?

Hand Histories: Gold-Wasicka-Binger, Three-Handed at the 2006 WSOP Main Event Final Table

On this date in 2006 came a memorable WSOP hand involving Jamie Gold, Paul Wasicka & Michael Binger -- and an incredibly challenging call-or-fold decision.

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.

Could Joe McKeehen Freeroll His Way To an Extra $2 Million?

With such an enormous chip lead heading into the November Nine, Joe McKeehen could conceivably fold his way to millions, if he so desired.

How I Survived the World Series of Poker Main Event Bubble

Carlos Welch shares his experience surviving the WSOP Main Event bubble to cash and recounts some of the strategies he employed to do so.

Three Triple Draw Tips from Stephen “stevie444” Chidwick

Stephen "stevie444" Chidwick provides some sound 2-7 triple draw strategy advice covering starting hand selection, betting tips, and snowing.

From 27 to 9: How Might the New Payouts Affect Play on Day 7 of the WSOP Main Event?

Each making the 2015 WSOP Main Event final table is guaranteed at least $1 million, which in turn guarantees the final table bubble will be pressure-packed.

Fedor Holz Discusses His Big Day 5 Bluff in the WSOP Main Event

Fedor "CrownUpGuy" Holz discusses a huge hand from Day 5 of the WSOP Main Event in which he found a great spot to make a big river bluff.

The WSOP Main Event Comes of Age: Tracking the Trend Toward Youth

The WSOP Main Event attracts players of all ages, but with each passing year the final table has been getting younger and younger, as Darrel Plant shows.

Playing On Top: 2015 WSOP Main Event Leaders Talk Big Stack Strategy

We talked to three of the big stacks entering Day 3 of the 2015 WSOP Main Event to discover the strategies they intend to employ going forward.

Dispatches from the WSOP: Tells As Loud As Alarms

Nate Meyvis presents another of his "Dispatches from the WSOP," this time relating a cash game hand from the Aria versus a challenging opponent.