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Online No Limit Hold’em Poker Strategy for Playing Junk

If you are one of the many online poker players who has a tendency to play junk hands, I have a strategy that will help you out immensely and immediately impact your game: DON’T!!!! Junk hands are tough sometimes for seasoned pros to play, but novice players, and those just getting started they are impossible and will do nothing but get you into trouble...

No Limit Texas Hold em Grinding it Out During Tournament Play

No Limit Texas Hold em Grinding it Out During Tournament Play

Jul 29, 2009

Tournament play is obviously a different animal than cash ring games. A much different poker strategy is needed to be a successful tournament player, and it is a mistake to play like you would in a normal cash game. Knowing this, however, many online players that I come up against employ an “all or nothing” type strategy that can work, but ultimately...

More No Limit Hold’em Poker Strategy

Today I wanted to continue the topic from yesterday on spotting monster hands and running into them when you think you have the nuts. The bottom line is that you need to become familiar with that is truly the nuts and what is not. You also have to concern yourself with the chances that someone else has the absolute nuts even when you have a monster hand. Here...

No Limit Hold em Poker Strategy Spotting the Monster Hand

Here is a Q&A from a poker student last night that I thought showed some good thoughts and was worth posting: “One hand worth mentioning, I had Ah 9h, the flop came 10h  6h  Jc, I was on the button and put it a pot size bet of $60, three players folded and the guy to my right, called, the turn card was 7h, after sitting out many hands I finally...

Online Texas Hold em Multi Table Tournament Strategy

Last night when playing a large multi-table tournament on Full Tilt ($24+$2, $25k guarantee) I was reminded of a common mistake I see many players make once they get past the tournament bubble: they quickly ship their chips to someone else with some very poor starting hands. There is generally no need to do this, and a little patience will move you up in the...