Benger, Pons: From Online Qualifiers to WSOP ME Final Table

The 2016 WSOP Main Event final table was formed earlier this week, with nine players now eyeing an $8 million first-place payout. Spain’s Fernando Pons and Canada’s Griffin Benger are both in contention for this massive prize, and what’s amazing is that they both qualified for the Main Event for less than $200. You can Read more…

Daily Fantasy Football Bankroll Management

Much like online poker, daily fantasy football involves a fair amount of skill that players can use to make long-term profits. Of course, the key word here is long term because anything can happen in the short run, and you must be prepared for the times when things don’t go your way. So let’s discuss Read more…

Keeping Opponents on Their Toes

Do you know what is incredibly frustrating in the game of poker? When you feel like your opponent knows your every move. You raise in a bluff situation, they seem to know and decide to three-bet you. If you pick up pocket Aces and attempt to get value with your hand, they immediately know and Read more…

Playing the Board While Also Playing Your Opponent When Bluffing

Whether you’re playing online poker or live poker, one thing that you should absolutely be considering when playing is how you can find the best spots to put out a good bluff. Now, it doesn’t mean that you should simply play every single hand as a way to bluff your way into a nice pot. Read more…

The Strategy of Playing the Big Stack Bully

Do you know what’s fun in the game of poker? Having the big stack when playing in a tournament. It’s not just fun, it’s a completely glorious thing. You have so much control and so much power when playing with the big stack, but there are many times that players just fail to take advantage Read more…

Slow Playing Your Monster Hand

Just like everything else in the game of poker, the idea of every single hand is to try to get as many chips as you possibly can. Now, with that being said, you really need to make sure that you have a sound strategy in place when it comes to knowing how to play your Read more…

Playing Short Stack Poker in Tournaments

One of the most talked about, and yes, most frustrating parts of playing live poker or online poker tournaments, is finding yourself as the short stack. Maybe you just took a bad beat, maybe you had to sit back and let your stack dwindle as you couldn’t pick up a hand, or maybe you just Read more…

Strategy for Multi-Tabling MTT’s and Cash Games Online

Before we go into anything, it’s important to note that while playing online poker and multi-tabling, that you should almost never cross cash games with multi-table tournaments. The reason for this is simply because the strategy behind cash games is quite a bit different than that of tournament poker. You need to know the types Read more…

How to Make Use of Bet Sizes

Bet sizes are such an important aspect of poker that it should be discussed in a separate topic of its own. A skilled player will be evaluating his opponents’ intention just by looking how they play their bets. We will try to discuss here some basics of pre-flop and post flop bet sizes.

A Guide to Play Online Poker

A player needs to enroll in an online poker site and deposit money to begin. Here is a brief explanation on how to find a table, sit in on a game and the technique of playing Texas Hold’em.


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