Quite often, you’ll find yourself behind in a poker hand, but with outs to potentially make the winning hand. It’s important not to always chase those winners though, as more often than not you won’t hit. That can be costly, as explained by our Senior contributor George Epstein.
Sometimes, when you don’t know where you are in a poker hand vis a vis your opponents, you fire a probe bet. With that said, making probe bets shouldn’t be a matter of guesswork.
It pays to have a probe betting strategy, and in this article Tadas Peckaitis gives three top tips for when to be making them.
After grinding hard throughout the World Series of Poker, professional players have a variety of ways they choose to tackle the weeks in the immediate aftermath.
In this latest installment of our ongoing Ask the Poker Experts series, poker pros Brian Hastings, Adam Levy, Jonathan Little, and James Obst share what they do post-WSOP. How they handle this unique time on the poker calendar can prove to be instructive for the rest of us.
You haven’t played poker until you’ve gotten your aces cracked, right? While this is bound to happen in a math-based game like Texas Hold’em, is still isn’t fun to be on the receiving end… especially if there’s something you might’ve been able to do to prevent such an outcome.
Our Senior Contributor, George Epstein, shares a recent such hand he played, where he thinks he goofed, big time.
There’s no avoiding 3-bets at the poker table. They come up so often that it’s critical to know how to face them and respond to them.
This article contains three top tips for how to handle 3-bets. Internalize them, and your poker game will thank you!
While poker’s basics are extremely simple to experienced players, if you’re new to the game it does take a little time to master these basics. If you’re committed to improving once you learn the ropes in poker, it behooves your to adhere to solid advice offered by experienced players. This article contains three pieces of such essential advice that are worth checking out.