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Stud, Razz, Omaha, Horse Poker Games on Full Tilt

I am frequently asked by poker players who mainly play NL Hold’em the best way to learn and get into other various poker disciplines. Games like Omaha, Omaha h/l(omaha 8), Stud, Stud h/l (stud 8), Razz, and Horse can be kind of intimidating if you have not played before. No matter how good you are at NL Hold em you may not want to risk much of your poker...

Strategy for Playing Heads Up Online Poker

One of the best ways to improve your poker game is to play heads-up. Many players lack experience playing very short handed, or heads-up, and this can hurt should you get to this point in a major tournament or an SnG. Plus, heads up provides you with the most experience you can possibly get for your money since you are basically playing every hand. Both Full...

Playing Short Stacked No Limit Texas Hold em Poker

Playing NL Hold’em short stacked is quite obviously not where you want to be. I would rather be sitting with the big stack any day, but let’s face it, if you play much poker, you will find yourself short-stacked at various times. What I see way too many players do when this happens, (especially online) is immediately ship their chips to another...

Playing Position in No Limit Texas Hold’em Poker

Playing Position in No Limit Texas Hold’em Poker

Sep 16, 2009

Everyone who plays poker is aware of position. Whether or not you have good or bad position depends on where you are sitting in relation to the dealer. If you are first to play, you have the worst position. If you are the last to play, you have the best position. Why? Because as the last player to play, you have the most information with which to act on, having...

Poker Strategy for Pocket 2’s-6’s

Poker Strategy for Pocket 2’s-6’s

Sep 14, 2009

I have a pretty simple strategy for playing low pocket pairs, 2′-6’s, that I employ most of the time. The only time I feel different about low pocket pairs is late in a tournament where I might be heads up against someone in a coin flip type situation. Otherwise, I play low pocket pairs basically the same in tournaments, cash games, and nearly...