Tadas Peckaitis gives his top three tips for how to best play gutshot straight draws. More often than not, they’re not worth chasing, but in certain circumstances you can play them effectively to ensure you lose the least and win the most.
We review The Preflop Advantage mobile app, designed to help tournament poker players improve their preflop range skills. With 625 ranges available to learn from, the ability to store ranges locally without any need for internet connectivity, a user-friendly interface, and a $49.99 price point, getting this app would be great value for any tournament poker player.
2020 has the potential to be your best poker year yet, but it’s largely up to you to make that happen.
In this article poker coach Tadas Peckaitis gives his top three tips to help you achieve that overarching goal of having the best possible poker year.
While luck plays a factor in poker wins or losses, a player can control their decision-making, and that’s often the factor that determines how a session will go.
In this article, Sky Matsuhashi demonstrates how it’s asking the right questions that will get a poker player on the road to making the correct decisions at the tables.
Getting a royal flush or quads at the poker table is a true thrill, but incredibly rare. Like horseshoes and hand grenades, “almost” doesn’t count when it comes to making these kinds of hands.
In this post we run the numbers and examine the math behind rare poker hands. They’re even less common than you might think!
If you’ve ever been the victim of a slow roll in poker, you know exactly how NOT funny it is. “Don’t slow roll” is a simple, important rule of poker etiquette, but some players insist on doing so anyhow.
In this article poker coach Tadas Peckaitis explains why there’s no excuse for slow rolling, and why and how you should avoid doing so.