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PKR members with an account on the popular social networking site, Facebook, now have access to exclusive regular freeroll tournaments at PKR. These freerolls run practically daily, with passwords to the invitation-only Facebook Freerolls made available on PKR’s Facebook page. The PKR Facebook Freeroll prizes range from $20 to $100, with the daily freerolls starting […]read more
The new Ultimate Sale promotion at Winner Poker offers discounted buy-ins for regular scheduled online poker tournaments during the first week of April. Winner Poker players can enjoy lowered tournament buy-ins from April 2nd to April 7th, with as much as an 80% reduction in tournament costs. The nine discounted Winner Poker tournaments include the […]read more
Awarded our top poker room with the industry’s best software, Full Tilt Poker has launched a unique and exciting game mode called Rush Poker. As the name suggests, you will be playing an extremely fast-paced No Limit Hold’em poker game. The concept of Rush Poker may seem a bit complicated at first, but is in fact very […]read more
Since mid-summer, we have all been waiting patiently, anticipating the reconvening of the notorious November Nine, when the nine final tablists of the 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event return to the felt to close out the most prestigious poker tournament in the world. The date is fast approaching as we have finally entered […]read more
What happened? In September 2006, the United States congress passed a law that would prohibit foreign gambling corporations from operating in the United States. This legislation is widely considered a flawed and most importantly – according to the World Trade Organization an unlawful act. It is not illegal for any U.S. citizen to gamble at […]read more
I recently made the mistake of entering an online tournament just before the end of registration without paying attention to the structure. When I play tournaments, I play no limit Texas holdem with normal blind structures or Omaha high low pot limit. Needless to say, I was quite surprised when the cards started flying on the […]read more
A good friend of mine plays in at least one poker tournament every week online with a buy in over $100 and he has been trying to get me to play in them with him for quite some time. I have never been a great tournament poker player so I have avoided playing until recently. I […]read more
I recently had quite a long run of poor results at the limit holdem tables, and it took me a long time to figure out what the problem was. Because there are extended up and down streaks in poker, it is often easy to just assume that you are in a down swing instead of realizing […]read more
I was watching a poker tournament on television last night when the following situation came up. It was down to two handed with Barry Greenstein and Phil Ivey, and Greenstein had a very large chip lead with the blinds quickly eating away at Ivey’s stack. Ivey was dealt Q 2 off suit and Greenstein moved all […]read more
One of the areas of my poker game that is lacking is my sit and go abilities. I have tried many different strategies, and continually attempt to improve, but continue to struggle. A friend of mine, who happens to be a very good poker player, suggested one of the most interesting strategies that I have […]read more