Blackjack seems to be the casino game of choice for most poker players rather than the multitude of other offerings on the gaming floor…. but why?
In this article, Ivan Potocki gives us three reasons why 21, aka, blackjack, was, is and will always remain so popular among poker players.
Anyone is capable of playing great poker; the key is being able to play your A-game when it counts. Elliot Roe’s A-Game Master Class gives you all the tools you need to be on top of your game at all times.
Experienced in training many of poker’s great players on their road to success at the felt, Roe now makes his strategies available for everyone to learn. Investing in this course is sure to pay great dividends, as you’ll be able to perform optimally anytime you take a seat at the felt.
If you’re big on cryptocurrency and prefer to use bitcoin when playing card games online, it’s important to know what sites cater to that deposit and withdrawal option. The information contained in this article ought to give you everything you need to know in that regard.
If you’ve ever played both live and online poker, you’ll know that while the two might be “related,” they’re certainly very different from one another.
Ivan Potocki has put together a great list of 7 of the main differences between online and live poker. If you’ve always stuck to one version and have never played the other, this list will be helpful to you before jumping in for the first time.
Many poker courses out there offer plenty of tips, strategies and knowledge, but they’re not specifically focused on one aspect of the game. Red Chip Poker’s MTT 3-Bet Shoves Crash Course by Ben Hayles and Gareth James does the opposite, zooming in on MTT 3-Bet Shove ranges.
Costing just $69.99, you get tremendous value from this crash course, which will surely pay for itself very quickly as you integrate its lessons into your game. We highly recommend it.
Vast tomes have been written about blockchain-based technology representing the next step forward for numerous industries. Online poker, perhaps may also fit into the picture.
This article examines how viable it is with current knowledge and acceptance of blockchain-based technologies to switch over from conventional online payment methods.