Debuting to much fanfare, the hype surrounding Exploitative Play in Live Poker is real, writes Shannon Mack in this book review. Alex Fitzgerald’s new book, published by the venerable D&B Poker, has helped Shannon take his already winning poker game to the next level. Definitely worth picking up a copy when you get the chance!
Shannon Mack has long been on a quest to improve his poker game. The process has involved a ton of studying and learning. Part of that learning is learning how to accept and embrace variance, which is – for better or worse – a fact of poker life.
Here’s the process Shannon went through as he learned precisely how to do just that.
Everyone has their own way of showing affection to their partner on Valentine’s Day. I suppose this is my way. 🙂
I hope you enjoy this 1,000-word essay on why my wife is awesome… after all, it’s because she flew abroad for a week that I was able to enjoy a fun-filled “poker staycation” at home. 🙂
This is the second article in a series by Christina Bradfield entitled “What the Flop?” a poker column about the absurdities, humor, and just “random stuff” that goes along with playing poker.
In this second installment, Christina shares a “hidden truth” of her poker play that perhaps some others can identify with: sometimes after a tough session at the felt you need a good cry.
The story of John Henry battling it out vs. a rail driving machine is a well known legend. Recently, WSOP bracelet winner Chris Wallace got to wondering how the story would sound if the tale were adopted to the poker felt.
With that in mind, he came up with this fun creative writing story. We hope you enjoy it.
All Mike Patrick wanted to do was head out to play some poker. A series of events leading up to the beginning of his session induced tilt before he even sat down to play a hand.
This is the (hilariously heartbreaking) story of what went down before and during that poker session, as well as the lessons other players can learn with regard to how to potentially avoid making stupid mistakes.