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.
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).
While you’ll have many opponents sitting around the felt, your time and effort is best spent trying to attack the stacks of the weaker players.
Poker coach Sky Matsuhashi explains the importance of that principle in this article.
Our Senior contributor George Epstein explains his favorite kind of bluff, the Esther Bluff, named after his granddaughter.
Over the past year, J. Tucker Adams has transitioned from being a losing novice poker player to a winning poker player. He’s employed four specific strategies that have helped him boost his game, and in this post he shares them.
It can be particularly difficult to maneuver in poker games that feature a maniac with unpredictable tendencies.
In this article, our Senior contributor George Epstein warns of the perils of such loose aggressive games.