September 21, 2013 2 Comments
One area where poker differs significantly from other sports is the degree to which the competitors are evenly matched, especially among professionals. Read more of this post
June 17, 2012 Leave a Comment
Transitioning to live poker is a topic that was written about a lot even before Black Friday. Since then, it’s been written about even more, and nearly every training site has instructions on how to make the transition a profitable one.
My goal here is not to give you specific advice about playing live, instead, I want to give you an overall strategy/plan that will help you to make the transition faster and more successful. Read more of this post
June 15, 2012 1 Comment
The poker climate is getting tougher, there’s no doubt about it. Game selection is now essential if you want to maintain a stable winrate and knowing your push/ fold ranges from your PSR (pot to stack ratio) is a must. Whether you see poker as a sport or not, it’s becoming increasingly obvious that in order to succeed in today’s game you need to start treating it as though it is. Established sports such a football, golf and chess all have structures in place to nurture participants to become better players. Poker, however, lacks such a system. Read more of this post