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Nate Meyvis

Nate Meyvis

Nate Meyvis has been playing poker seriously for over a decade. Currently he is completing a Ph.D. in philosophy, with his dissertation concerning the relationship between mereology and predication in Plato’s Theaetetus while also addressing more general issues in Plato’s late metaphysics. Along with Andrew Brokos he co-hosts the popular Thinking Poker podcast. For more from Nate, visit his blog at natemeyvis.com.

Nate Meyvis Articles

2016 December
Replacing Mistakes with Mistakes in Poker
Assess Strange Poker Situations Accurately with This One Weird Trick
When Weak Means Weak: Analyzing a Clear Bluffing Opportunity
Improving at Poker: What Commodity is Scarce for You?
Three Questions About Blind-Stealing from the Button
Hand Analysis: An Excerpt from “Thinking Tournament Poker, Vol. 2” by Nate Meyvis
Poker and Pool: More Lessons from the (Other) Felt
What Could My Opponent Have? Solving Range-Reading Problems by Counting
A Multi-Street Bluff Made Simple: Using Tells and Board Texture
Continuation Betting in Multi-Way Pots: Plowing Down the Field
A Simple Bluff: Analyzing an Early-Level Tournament Hand
2015 December
Take a Cue from Pool and Consider Your Options Before Acting in Poker
More Live Poker Bankroll Management: Holding Onto Your Money
Live Bankroll Management: Seven Ways to Protect Your Money
Knowing When Your Opponent Might Be Playing “Any Two”
“Game Flow” and the Mechanics of Range-Building in No-Limit Hold'em
Hand Analysis: An Excerpt from “Thinking Tournament Poker” by Nate Meyvis
Dispatches from the WSOP: Tells As Loud As Alarms
Dispatches from the WSOP: Filling the Void; or, Three Ways to Plug Holes in Your Game
Dispatches from the WSOP: In Vegas, In Position
Facts of WSOP Life: The Mechanics of Playing at the Rio
Three Important Points to Consider When Making Your First WSOP Trip
Watching “Jungleman”: Lessons from an Expert at the EPT Grand Final
Thinking Poker: Checking Flops from Out of Position
Thinking Poker: One Heads-Up Hand, Five Valuable Lessons
Thinking Poker: How Preflop Play Affects Postflop Action
Thinking Poker: Playing Bad Hands in Tournaments
Thinking Poker: A Study in Blind Defense
Thinking Poker: Three Poker Books That Hold Up Well
All In Without a Pair: A Memorable Cash Game Hand
Thinking Poker: Fighting Back, Part 2 (Talking and Trapping)
Thinking Poker: Fighting Back, Part 1 (Aggression)
2014 December
Four Ways Poker Players Can Explore the Casino for Other Edges
Thinking Poker: Picking Football Games, Game Theory, and Poker
Worth the Struggle: Why You Should Be Fighting for Blinds and Antes in Tourneys
Seven Attention Targets for Beginning Poker Players
Making Opponents Uncomfortable with Late-Position Limping
Thinking Poker: When is the “Big Move” Coming?
Small Opening Raises in Tourneys: When They Are and Aren’t a Good Idea
A Planning Exercise: What If I Get Ace-King?