PokerNerve

With such immense fields these days, navigating MTTs (multi-table tournaments) can seem like trying to cross a minefield. As poker players have gotten better, you’ve got to study hard and up your game to ensure you’ll still get a positive ROI.

If you’re looking to hone your multi-table tournament skills, PokerNerve’s MTT Training course, which we review extensively here, will provide you with the tools you need to consistently go deep and notch great results.

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mind of poker pro

All is equal when you sit down with other players to start a poker tournament, right? Well, there’s a lot that separates the average Joes from the poker pros.

In this article, WSOP bracelet winner Chris Wallace gives us a glimpse into the mind of a professional poker player. Once you can better understand their perspective, you’ll see the extent to which you’re outclassed as a recreational player – but more importantly, also understand how you can counter the pros’ tactics.

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Bitcoin poker

Considering dipping your toes in the crypto waters for the first time? Well, online poker rooms and casinos are happy to oblige, accepting cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and even allowing you to play for crypto stakes.

Before you dive in, it’s worth knowing some important facts about cryptocurrency and how online poker rooms and casinos deal with them. As always, caveat emptor.

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casino poker online

With upwards of 500 online poker rooms out there, it can be a tough task to determine which of them is best for you to play at. We’ve put together a list of 7 select parameters via which you will best be able to distinguish between the online poker rooms and decide where to play.

This is a very long article, but an extremely well-researched one. So, if you’ve looking for the best advice on how to choose an online poker room, you’ll find it in here.

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just bluffing

In his ongoing series of strategy pieces, George “the Engineer” Epstein reminds us that bluffing is essential. This might seem relatively obvious, even to beginner poker players. What might not be as obvious, however, is hot to mix up said bluffs so as to ensure their effectiveness.

Specifically, George reviews the concept of the Esther Bluff, a tried and true method that’s been scientifically proven to be effective at the poker tables.

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C-betting-and-Barreling-Guide

Poker is getting tougher and tougher these days. Sometimes it can seem like everyone has mastered preflop play. Thus, it’s important to have a solid c-betting and barreling strategy, to know how to best proceed post-flop.

In MyPokerCoaching’s Advanced C-Betting and Barreling Guide, which we review extensively here, you’ll get all the tools you need to develop a strong post-flop game that will surely serve you well at the poker tables.

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We’re proud to bring you this feature-length exclusive interview with Josh Leichner, the poker consultant for the Hollywood film Molly’s Game.

Josh gives us a special, behind-the-scenes look at the tremendous effort that went into the movie’s poker scenes, tells us what it was like to give the actors poker training, and reflects on his experiences having had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to work with Director Aaron Sorkin and Hollywood stars like Jessica Chastain, Michael Cera, and more.

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Run It Once poker training

After five years of operations, most people have heard of Run It Once poker training by now. With that said, beyond knowing the brand name and that RIO was founded by poker crusher Phil Galfond, if you haven’t actually signed up to the training site, you might not know what distinguishes it from the competition.

In this interview, Phil gives us a full primer on what Run It Once is all about, what new signups can expect, and what specifically makes RIO unique as a poker training site. Enjoy the read.

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2018 poker goals

For 2018, I’m setting 10 poker goals. This post will also recap and assess my efforts at achieving my 2017 poker goals. It’s a long read, but working hard on this post and publishing it, as always, help me stay focused on what I’m aiming to achieve in the coming year.

Here’s to working hard towards the goals we set in 2018, both poker-related and non-poker-related. Happy New Year!

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