Matt Broderick explains how he was able to conquer his feelings of anxiety via playing poker, and working through the experiences with some professional help.
For players who like to get their gamble on, online casinos offer a great escape, are accessible to anyone, and have plenty of action available with the possibility of winning money.
With pandemic-induced lockdowns being the norm right now, it’s highly worthwhile to try and make the most of your time.
Bahman Zarghami put together this top 10 list of ways poker players can improve their productivity.
Recreational online poker players often don’t realize what they’re up against. Specifically, the more studious and pro poker players awaiting you at the felt are extremely well equipped to relieve you of your chips.
Professional poker player and coach Chris Wallace details exactly what advantages experienced, pro online poker players have against recreational players. It’s important to know what you don’t know, as it could hurt you!
Debuting to much fanfare in the poker community, POKERithm incorporates the concepts of duplicate poker and league play into an entertaining live stream with commentary by expert players.
We interviewed POKERithm founder Matt Waxman to learn more about his new, innovative venture.
Our Senior contributor George Esptein gives some timely limit hold’em advice on how to prevent yourself from bleeding chips, namely by seeing cheap flops.
An interview with Indy Mellink, of Holland, who developed a gender-neutral deck of cards featuring gold, silver, and bronze rather than the king, queen, and jack.
On this episode of the Rec Poker Podcast, the crew speaks with Farid Jattin, who is currrently ranked #6 in the Global Poker Index (GPI). He is also a top tier coach and instructor who will be conducting a training course exclusively for RecPoker Nation.
The conversation covers, generally speaking, what recreationally players need to do to become elite players.
Poker media veterans Bernard Lee, Chad Holloway, and Robbie Strazynski review what happened in poker in 2020, including all things WSOP-related, online poker-related, and more, in part 1 of this two-part Year in Review special on the Bernard Lee Poker Show.
A comparison of live casino poker games to traditional online casino poker games. The main difference is social interaction with real people.
Looking to get into mixed games? Mike Patrick has put together this handy beginner’s guide that’ll help all you hold’em junkies dip your toes into other poker variants.
In addition, he’s got some great starter tips that’ll ensure you can hold your own right from the get-go.
It’s a no-brainer that Antonio Esfandiari will some day be inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame. Do his numerous accolades at the felt, however, warrant him consideration in the discussion of players who are unquestionably all-time greats? We examine that question, and Antonio’s career, in this post.
With 2020 consigned to the dustbin of history, many people are happy to say “good riddance.” Notwithstanding all the bad that happened last year, there was good, too.
Here, direct from the poker community, are some great, heartwarming stories from 2020. They’re bound to give you hope for a bright future and imbue you with positivity.
The best poker players have worked hard to master the essential skills as well as the nuances of the game. Whether you’re intending to play live or online, there’s so much to work on if you want to succeed. In this article we examine a couple of the more basic aspects of poker with which to start the learning process.
Part 2 of the Bernard Lee Poker Show’s interview with 2019 World Series of Poker Player of the Year Rob Campbell.
The pandemic has been a time of darkness, but thankfully poker and the poker community have been my saving grace. Here are 7 ways in which I’ve been able to survive the pandemic thanks to the poker community.
If you get distracted too easily at the poker tables, you might end up costing yourself money. Our Senior contributor George Epstein warns of the types of distractions that can not just make you lose focus, but might also cost you your chip stack.
If you’re a poker player who enjoys online casino play, you’ve likely heard of no wagering bonuses. This article briefly explains what the advantages are of playing at online casino sites that offer such bonus deals.
In this post we review Texas Hold’em Questions’ poker bluffing course. Offering good value for the £199 sticker price (10% discount using code CPL), this course makes for a good investment for serious poker players looking to improve on this particular skill.
As 2021 dawns, the future of legalized online poker in the US looks brighter than in years past. Industry expert Steve Ruddock lays out the current state of US online poker, and what’s likely to change over the coming year.
Our Senior contributor George Epstein shares an interesting limit hold’em hand that he dreamed about and asks if he played it properly.
Samuli “TheJudas” Sipila (or Sam for short) is a professional poker player from Finland specializing in PLO, both online and live play.
In this fun conversation, Sam talks about PLO strategies, bankroll management, and the tennis elbow he has from playing about 11,000 hands/day as he pursues Diamond Elite status.
Follow these five mindset tips from poker coach Tadas Peckaitis and you’ll surely find yourself fairing better at the felt.
Sometimes you ought to bluff on the turn. Other times it’s ill advised. In this strategy column George Epstein offers half a dozen tips to assist you in this important spot, specifically when playing limit Hold’em.
Used by thousands of poker players to boost their performance at the tables, there’s a reason that Pokercoaching.com has proven to be one of the world’s premiere poker training sites.
Site founder Jonathan Little’s Tournament Masterclass is the most comprehensive, structured No Limit Hold’em tournament course on the market today. You’re essentially guaranteed to get bang for your buck should you choose to enroll.
The Bernard Lee Poker Show pays tribute to popular Massachusetts poker player Ken Tilden, who passed away due to COIVD-19.
Both offering the potential of big money wins, it’s interesting to examine whether poker or online slots is more lucrative.
The mental game is such an important factor in poker success these days. Here’s poker coach Tadas Peckaitis with three great tips to help you have a solid mental game at the felt.
Sky Matsuhashi is the host of the Smart Poker Study podcast and leads the membership side ThePokerForge.com. Sky is an expert in online play and has years of experience as an author, coach, player, and podcaster. Connect with Sky at smartpokerstudy.com or thepokerforge.com
Some holiday traditions are truly beautiful, none more so than glorious customs of giving. For the tenth straight year, Bernard Lee and his family have put together and distributed personalized gift packages to families in their local area of Boston affected by homelessness.
Reading about the efforts of this great poker player and generous-spirited human being will warm your hearts, and perhaps inspire you to spread some holiday cheer of your own to those less fortunate.