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One of the areas of my game that requires constant watch over is the way my current opponents are playing and my estimate of their abilities. I play in a wide range of games, from the lowest limits, filled with players who act like they have never seen a Texas holdem game, up to games […]read more
So much of the poker information that I talk about here in the Poker Column every week touches on the psychological aspects of the game, that you would think that I would recognize when I am not mentally prepared to sit down at a poker table. Sadly, this is not the case. I must maintain a […]read more
Yes, 100% of the time, you must raise pre flop with AA. I am sure that I have covered this somewhere before, but it is so important that I felt a refresher was in order. The reason this subject came to mind again was a limit game I was playing in recently. It was an […]read more
As I was browsing the Internet for poker information recently, I ran across a page about chopping the blinds. I don’t chop, even when the room where I am playing allows it, but there is nothing wrong with it, as long as you keep it consistent. If you aren’t familiar with the term, you have […]read more
I do not recommend limping with pocket Aces with the exception of a few very specific situations and I almost never limp with them, because it seems every time I do, it comes back to bite me. However, I was in a no limit Texas holdem game a few days ago where the following situation came up. […]read more
One of the most underrated and overlooked skills in Texas holdem, particularly no limit Texas hold em, is getting an opponent to bluff at a pot when you have a better hand. In many situations, if you bet a player with a very poor hand will fold, but if you play the hand correctly, you may […]read more
My wife enjoys playing the slot machines, a little too much in my opinion, and as most of us know, they drain your bankroll pretty quickly, sometimes as much as 10% of every dollar played. She also plays poker, mostly Texas hold em, so I decided to teach her how to play video poker so she […]read more
If you have bothered to look around, you may have noticed that there seem to be thousands of poker forums online. These range in size from very large, with thousands of people online every day, to very small with only a few posters, and of course every size in between. I used to spend a […]read more
Though I have written about pot odds in the past, it has been a long time and it has always been a more technical discussion than we will be having today. Below is a method that I have not discussed before. I have never used this method for determining my pot odds, and it is […]read more
Though the World Series of Poker, often abbreviated WSOP, is still a few months away, there are hundreds of satellite tournaments running both online and off for seats to the $10,000 buy in main event. This has already created a “buzz” that will continue to grow until the WSOP starts. Though all of the satellite tournaments […]read more