Poker Tips by George: Tempted to Chase
Chasing cards that will give you the winning hand can be tempting, but in poker it has to be a worthwhile gamble.
Our Senior contributor George Epstein examines a few such situations such that you can learn whether it’s prudent to give in to or resist the temptation to chase.
Poker Tips by George: The Greatest Tell Concept
Our Senior contributor George Epstein shares what he calls “the greatest tell concept”, namely looking to your left. Getting into that habit at live poker tables is something that’s likely to save you and make you a good amount of money in the long run, and it’s a critical lesson for poker beginners.
Poker Tips by George: Buy-in Is Important
You’ll encounter all types at the poker tables, whose who buy in for the minimum, those who buy in for the maximum, and those who fall somewhere in the middle.
In this article our Senior contributor George Epstein discusses the repercussions of buying in for the minimum (and strongly recommends against it).
Poker Tips by George: Politics and Poker – Use Your Imagination
Our Senior contributor George Epstein put together a creative story that illustrates how perhaps politics could have a positive influence through poker.
Cast aside your political leanings; this interesting read will likely make you think about poker — and politics — in a different way.
Poker Tips by George: If It’s Good Enough for Bill Gates…
Bill Gates’ success as the Chairman of Microsoft is legend the world over. What’s somewhat lesser known is that Gates loves poker and that the game played quite the role in his life, especially during his collegiate years at Harvard.
In this article, our Senior contributor George Epstein details how poker influenced Gates and thus the rise of his company into a global powerhouse.