Making a Living By Playing Poker

So many recreational poker players have dreams of taking it to the next level and trying to make a living exclusively by playing poker. If you’re seriously thining along those lines, it pays to be prepared and plan for treating your poker play much like you would a business venture. Plan ahead and follow some valuable rules and it’ll give you the best potential shot at succeeding if you’re hoping to make a living from playing poker.

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Review of Xeester Online Poker Tracking Software

We tested the Xeester online poker tracking software over a few cash game sessions and found it to be quite good. From the top-of-the-line Heads-Up display, to the hand replayer, to the other bells and whistles this software has to offer, it’s definitely worth giving a try and will surely improve your performance at the online poker tables if used properly.

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5 Types of Poker Games That Can Be Found in Online Casinos

Whether you’re on tilt, taking a break from poker, or just need to change things up a little with your poker play, once in a while it’s a good idea to try something new with regards to the game you love. Online casinos have plenty to offer you within the realm of poker. Whether it’s the many varieties of video poker of a slew of poker-themed table games, it’s worth having a go at them, if anything, just for the experience.

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Watch Your Language at the Poker Table

In general, it’s not necessarily a great thing to be foul mouthed, but in poker there exists another kind of need in terms of watching your language. Ever heard of poker’s “English only at the table” rule? Here’s a great story that happened to me when I encountered a couple of Israelis in Prague. Hopefully my story will teach you to stick to the “English only” rule no matter how many languages you may know.

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How Does Open-Face Chinese Poker Differ from Hold’em?

In this poker tips and strategy post, we list and then elaborate on the main differences between Texas Hold’em and Open-Face Chinese Poker. It’s the most popular poker discipline versus the hottest up-and-coming variation of the game. We cover the basics, hand values, how the games are scored, and much more. Read on to discover what makes Open-Face Chinese Poker so attractive to the tens of thousands who regularly play the game.

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The Declining Edge in NLH: Time to Switch Variants?

Since No Limit Hold’em seems to be a relatively “solved” game nowadays, with just too many good players for it to remain profitable for the “average Joe”, perhaps the time has come to switch to other poker disciplines?

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