When trying a new poker variant for the first time, like Short Deck Hold’em, which is currently growing in popularity, it would make sense to go into your initial session having read up on it a little.
Tadas Peckaitis offers three valuable Short Deck Hold’em tips that you ought to internalize before sitting down to play in your first such session.
Bluffing at the poker table isn’t something that should be done at random or with careless abandon. It’s an important tool for any poker player to have, but you’ve got to be prepared to bluff effectively and in the right spots.
In this article Tadas Peckaitis gives his top three tips for bluffing in no-limit hold’em. While the advice itself might not seem groundbreaking, it’s the attention one pays to detail when carrying out bluffs that can be the difference-maker in the long run as regards profitability.
With all that players do to try and improve their game, there are a couple factors they may never consider addressing, such as the amount of time they sit at the tables and the effect of variance on results.
Tadas Peckaitis addresses these topics in his latest strategy article, and while perhaps awkward, the tips offered are worthwhile considering, especially if you’re looking for improved performance at the felt.
Bluff catching is one of the trickiest skills to hone in poker. Always opting to fold in the face of pressure will cost you in the long run, but so will calling in sub-optimal spots.
This article gives you three tips for how to correctly bluff catch that will surely boost your win rate over time.
The lifestyle of a professional poker player looks attractive on the surface, but the most successful players work very hard to attain such a lifestyle, with all it’s trappings.
If you want to become a professional poker player, you’ll need to study, be physically and mentally fit, and work hard to maintain your bankroll and grow it consistently.
It can be very difficult to navigate your way in multiway pots, so playing those spots correctly is critical to both protecting your own hands and getting other players to fold their drawing hands.
Here are three tips for how to play better in multiway pots. Be sure to integrate them into your arsenal of poker tools so that you’re equipped to act correctly next time such a spot comes up.