Jason Somerville Daniel Negreanu

Who better than to “properly” introduce PokerStars Power Up to the masses than two of the company’s most popular poker ambassadors, Jason Somerville and Daniel Negreanu.

Just after the latest Run It Up Reno live tournament series, Negreanu and Somerville will take to Twitch to live stream the all-new eSports/poker hybrid game for the first time. It promises to be a must-watch broadcast.

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Poker Fighter

The Poker-Fighter training site is unique in that it gives you a comfortable. risk-free environment in which to learn. The methodology is unique in that it teaches like a strategy guide but plays like a game. Beyond that Poker-Fighter’s step-by-step tutorials help you progressively improve your poker knowledge and, of course, your game.

After you learn more about this innovate approach to poker training, we’re positive you’ll want to give Poker-Fighter a try right away.

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secure online poker

Pretty much the worst nightmare for any online poker player would be their account being compromised. While online poker security is to a large extent the responsibility of the operator, it’s also the player’s responsibility to ensure they’re playing at a safe site to begin with.

Here, then, is a list of four things to keep in mind when selecting a place to play poker online. If the operator meets these criteria, you can be pretty certain that your funds are safe with them.

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50 Mental Biases That Cost You Money at the Poker Table

Roland Jones, a Bankruptcy Attorney, decided to write a book about how to increase your poker bankroll called 50 Mental Biases That Cost You Money at the Poker Table. This is our review of the 178-page book.

In a nutshell, there’s a lot to learn from Jones’ unique perspective and very well-researched examples of biases. We’re pretty positive that after reading what we have to say about the book, you’ll be placing it in your shopping cart right away!

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PokerStars Power Up

The poker world is buzzing with the news that PokerStars has launched the long-awaited real-money version of their newest product, Power Up.

Rather than debate the merits of the game, as so many other poker media outlets and players are doing, this op-ed piece is instead all about recognizing and appreciating the initiative itself. Here’s a company that’s putting it’s money where its mouth is: they’ve invested heavily in trying to grow the game of poker, and that ought to be applauded.

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Las Vegas

Just Hands Poker Podcast co-host Jack Laskey took a road trip across the United States. Along the way, he made it his mission to visit numerous poker rooms. This article is the eighth in a series of 10 articles that compare and contrast how poker is played in land-based rooms in different regions across the country.

The eighth stop on the trip was one of poker’s greatest hubs, Las Vegas Nevada. With so many poker rooms in town, rather than focus on one or two in particular, you’ll get a general review of what sort of poker you can expect to find on the Las Vegas Strip.

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very aggressive

Having an aggressive player to your left is a relatively common situation that many of us face at the poker tables. How to combat such a tough player, however, can sometimes be a mystery.

In this article, we list a number of ways to counter the moves that an aggressive player on your left is likely to make. Appropriately dealing with such players will help you boost your bankroll in the long run.

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bad poker player

In poker, you often find yourself hitting a wall at some point You might be a decent player, but for some reason you keep losing session after session. In times like these, it pays to take a step back and examine what it is that you’re doing wrong. Retool your game by studying your weaknesses.

You might not realize that making just a few solid, but critical, adjustments could be the keys to becoming a winning poker player (once again). We list a few common weaknesses that losing players tend to exhibit. Fix ’em and you’ll likely notice a lot of those poker sessions turning from the red to the black.

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mobile poker

Whether for money or not, you’ll find legions of people who enjoy playing online poker on their mobile devices. Considering they have the choice to also play on a PC or laptop, one might wonder what the advantages and disadvantages are of playing on a mobile device.

In this article, we list a few of the main pros and cons of playing online poker on your mobile. With arguments in favor and against, there’s usually one factor which tips the scales in favor of mobile. Read on to see what we mean.

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etiquette

Just because you know poker’s hand rankings doesn’t mean you understand everything there is to know about how to play the game. Beyond strategy, there’s a litany of poker etiquette rules that players must follow. Unfortunately, not everyone is always capable of doing so.

Here’s our list of five of the most important poker etiquette rules to follow. Even if you know them and abide by them, they’re worthwhile to review, if only to share them (politely) with other players when the situation warrants it.

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