There are tons of online poker rooms out there, so it’s important to know which ones tick all the important boxes on the checklists such that you’ll be provided with an optimal playing experience.
This article lists five critical measures to check as far as online poker room health before you open up an account and start playing in a particular room.
The Red Chip Poker Podcast recently re-launched with its third season, co-hosted by Zac Shaw and James “Splitsuit” Sweeney.
In this article we recap the highlights of the first half dozen episodes or the popular poker strategy audio show.
Progressive Knockout tournaments, also known as Bounty Hunters, have become increasingly popular in recent years, adding more nuance and excitement to navigating MTTs (multi-table tournaments).
If you’re looking to hone your PKO skills, PokerNerve’s Bounty Hunter course, which we review extensively here, will provide you with the tools you need to consistently go deep and notch great results.
As Texas Hold’em becomes a game that more and more people have solved, poker players are turning to Pot Limit Omaha to get a bigger edge. The best PLO players are raking it in, and while having a solid grasp of the game might protect you from getting felted, if you want to be a winner you’ve got to master the game yourself.
Enter Upswing Poker’s Advanced PLO Mastery course, by Chris Wehner and Dylan Weisman. It’s the best poker training tool that will take your already solid Pot Limit Omaha game to the next level.
With all of the hi-tech, interactive poker study tools out there nowadays, it might seem like working with pencil and paper is old fashioned and outdated. The Poker Workbook, by James “SplitSuit” Sweeney proves that idea to be completely untrue.
Enabling a player to study and work out all of the many calculations poker requires, if you’re serious about studying and improving your mathematical skills at the tables, the Poker Workbook is an excellent resource to utilize and train with.
Getting a royal flush or quads at the poker table is a true thrill, but incredibly rare. Like horseshoes and hand grenades, “almost” doesn’t count when it comes to making these kinds of hands.
In this post we run the numbers and examine the math behind rare poker hands. They’re even less common than you might think!