Our Senior contributor, George Epstein, has played poker against quite a few maniacs over the years. Effectively competing against them at the felt requires that you make all sorts of adjustments.
In this article, George shares some great advice on how to play against maniacs, and what sort of spots you ought to be prepared for if you’ve got maniac players at your table.
Understanding the “why?” of different actions made at the poker table is a critical component of making the correct decisions. Our Senior contributor George Epstein explains and gives examples from poker and outside of poker in this article.
As people get older, it’s that much more important to stay active, both physically as well as mentally. Ageing is tough, but playing poker can certainly help keep the brain active in an engaging way. Senior citizens have numerous tools at their disposal to learn poker and become quite proficient at playing the game well.
It’s not uncommon for people who enjoy playing poker to dream about the game. Our Senior contributor George Epstein shares the details of a recent poker dream he had, which kept him awake wondering if he played a hand correctly in order to maximize value from an opponent.
What would poker be without bad beats and bad beat stories? Nonagenarian George Epstein has seen his fair share of rivers over the years, but his latest river card story will take you on a wild ride.
Staying ahead in poker is tough, as bad beats happen. While any and every poker player would love to always watch their stacks of chips grow, sustaining some losses is inevitable.
Our Senior Contributor George Epstein discusses how to stay on top of your mental game when the cards aren’t falling in your favor and you’re unable to stay ahead.