There are a number of excellent ways to inject newfound excitement into your home poker game if it’s getting a little stale. Whether it’s a matter of raising the stakes, adding a new poker game to the mix, taking your group of regulars to a proper casino poker room or other ideas, there are plenty of things you can do to keep things exciting when you play poker with your buddies.
I just finished reading Jared Tendler’s The Mental Game of Poker – a true 5-star classic! For years people have said that Brunson’s Super System or the Harrington on Hold’em series are must-reads for the poker playing set. This book shouldn’t just be added to that list, it should be at or near the top. Arguably, having an A+ mental poker game is more important than your poker game itself. Read my full review to see why this book is guaranteed to make you the best poker player you can possibly be.
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PokerStars recorded a Q&A session in which Daniel Negreanu and Jason Somerville spoke at length about the poker economy. What they had to say was pretty eye-opening and is sure to entertain and interest all poker fans from recreational players to pro grinders.
Here’s an excellent strategy poker blog post brought to us by David Shatsky, a longtime member of the Cardplayer Lifestyle family. He writes about 4 excellent moves every live poker player should have in their bag of tricks.
In this guest post by the folks over at Sky Poker, we learn 3 important ways in which playing online poker, as opposed to live poker exclusively, can help you improve your game.