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Texas Hold Em Strategy: Betting the Turn & River

Texas Hold Em Strategy: Betting the Turn & River

Jul 29, 2008

One player who responded to our survey expressed an interest in learning to bet the Turn and the River more effectively. To that player, whoever he is, I say this: Kudos to you for recognizing the need to learn this skill! Betting in general, and most especially the Turn and the River, is a skill that most online players are sorely lacking in. This is a complex...

No Limit Texas Hold em: Playing Against Trips

No Limit Texas Hold em: Playing Against Trips

Jul 28, 2008

Recently we emailed out a short survey to our clients who have signed up for our free e-course. In that survey you were asked what area of your poker game you would most like to improve on/work on. Over the next week or so I am going to be blogging every day on one of YOUR topics. This is a bonus for those of you who were nice enough to answer the survey....

Texas Hold em Strategy: Playing Early in a Multi Table Tournament

Playing early on in a multi table tournament requires a different strategy than playing late or mid-way through. The main thing that you need early on is simply patience. There is a lot going on in the early stages, you have hundreds or thousands of players trying to make their move. Many players going all-in (most times when they shouldn’t) In general,...

Texas Hold Em Strategy: Coin Flip Hands

Texas Hold Em Strategy: Coin Flip Hands

Jul 26, 2008

If you play Sit n Go’s or multi-table tournaments online you are frequently presented with what is known as “coin flip” hands, sometimes quite early in the tournament. There are various schools of thought on how to play these hands, but I have a couple of rules of thumb on how to respond to these plays, especially early on. First, a “coin...

Texas Hold Em Sit n Go Strategy: The Early All In

Most of the time when I am playing online Sit n Go tournaments big or small, I will see players that go all in early in the tournament. Sometimes (a lot of the time) I will even sit down at a table and have one or more players go all-in the very first hand. Inevitably when they flip over their cards, they have less than a premium hand. I have seen players all-in...