When playing live poker, it’s helpful to see if you can spot tells that will assist you with gauging the relative strength or weakness of your opponents’ holdings.
We’ve listed 5 reliable tells that typically indicate that your poker opponents are strong in a particular spot. See which of them you’re already familiar with and which might be new to you.
James Taylor is the man responsible for producing Daniel Negreanu’s daily vlogs at the 2017 WSOP. He was kind enough to grant us an interview during which we got an exclusive behind-the-scenes picture and description of the work involved in putting together the final product we see each day.
We hope you enjoy listening + a transcript is provided for your convenience.
The wait is over! After years of only having been able to purchase WSOP-branded goods and paraphernalia in person at the temporary souvenir shop set up at the Rio each summer, poker fans can now order WSOP-branded merchandise online all-year-round, right from the comfort of their homes.
Visit shop.wsop.com today to place your orders!
Walk into most land-based casinos and you’ll find both poker and blackjack being spread. With both among the most popular gambling games out there, in this article we take a look at the histories of each, and then compare and contrast blackjack vs. poker.
It’s important to understand the differences and nuances of each game when deciding which is the right one for you to play.
Pretty much any and every poker fan, no matter how casual, recognizes the name Doyle Brunson. The unmistakable cowboy hat sitting atop that ever-smiling face; poker’s living legend truly is one-of-a-kind.
I was fortunate enough to have had the opportunity to be introduced to Mr. Brunson. I’d just like to reflect on and share what that was like. In a nutshell: incredible. I’m grateful for a memory that will last a lifetime.
It would take a very unique set of circumstances for me to ever consider “hitting and running” at a poker table. As fate would have it, the stars aligned for a very unique set of circumstances, which led me to play poker, though I hadn’t planned on doing so.
I’m glad I did, as my one-hand session left me with a story I’ll never forget. I figured it’s something you’d all enjoy, so I’ve decided to share it with you.
Get to know World Series of Poker Tournament Director and Caesars’ Vice President of International Poker Operations Jack Effel a little better in this in-depth video interview about his storied career as well as his personal life.
A transcript is also provided for your convenience. Enjoy!
Just Hands Poker Podcast co-host Jack Laskey is in the midst of a road trip across the United States. Along the way, he has made it his mission to visit numerous poker rooms. This article is the fifth in a series that will compare and contrast how poker is played in land-based rooms in different regions across the country.
The fifth stop on the trip was Biloxi, Mississippi, specifically the Beau Rivage poker room. Enjoy the review!
Have you ever wondered what sort of events and life circumstances set into motion the feeling in someone that they need to become a poker coach?
Experienced poker coach Tadas Peckaitis opens up in this article, where he reminisces about the path that took him from “just” being a player to someone who helps other players improve their game via poker coaching.
Poker writer Eileen Sutton had already had a distinguished career prior to her “landmark article” that was published on Salon.com, entitled “Poker for Girls: In New York’s male-dominated world of underground poker, I found my true strength.”
That article went viral, however, catapulting Eileen to near-instant fame. My Top Pair Home Game Poker Podcast co-host, Bruce Briggs, and I were delighted to have Eileen join us in episode #287 for an interview.