You haven’t played poker until you’ve gotten your aces cracked, right? While this is bound to happen in a math-based game like Texas Hold’em, is still isn’t fun to be on the receiving end… especially if there’s something you might’ve been able to do to prevent such an outcome.
Our Senior Contributor, George Epstein, shares a recent such hand he played, where he thinks he goofed, big time.
In this second of a two-part series, George Epstein shares some insightful thoughts and insights about the concept of deception as it related to poker.
As it’s a critical component of the game, it’s certainly worthwhile to give this short basic strategy piece a read.
In this first of a two-part series, George Epstein shares some insightful thoughts and insights about the concept of deception as it related to poker.
As it’s a critical component of the game, it’s certainly worthwhile to give this short strategy piece a read.
Stereotypically speaking, poker might be a “young person’s game” but it’s also an older person’s game. In fact, senior citizens LOVE poker.
In this article, our Senior contributor George Epstein recaps a recent special tournament held for seniors at the Lucky Lady Casino in Gardena, California.
If you’re looking for strategies and tips to minimize your losses at the poker tables, you’ve come to the right place. Cardplayer Lifestyle’s Senior contributor George Epstein is back with another great column that not only encourages you to “not lose,” but also illustrates some techniques for how to ensure your chips don’t end up in your opponents’ stacks.
There are some interesting similarities between poker and boxing. In particular, the one-two punch is a weapon that can be used both in the ring as well as at the poker tables.
In this article, Cardplayer Lifestyle’s Senior contributor George Epstein illustrates how that is the case via examples from the felt .