In this article, Tadas Peckaitis shares his top three tips for how to best use poker trackers to improve your win rate as well as stop bleeding money at the online poker tables.
An excerpt entitled The Resteal Zone from the newly released book Short Stack Ninja: Tournament Strategy From A Professional Poker Coach written by WSOP bracelet winner Chris Wallace.
While being mathematically pot committed makes decision making simple at the poker table, it’s important to know how you got to that stage and recognize if the maths truly work out.
Tadas Peckaitis gives some good advice in this article with regard to what being pot committed in poker truly means.
In poker, you’ll sometimes be so blinded by the strength of your own holdings that you won’t be thinking clearly about why you’re committing chips to the pot. This often comes at a price, writes Sky Matsuhashi.
Sky advocates that you cannot allow yourself to become confused with regard to why you’re committing chips to the pot and continuing on in the hand until its conclusion.
Aggression is important in limit hold’em, but sometimes it’s so critical pre-flop that it can make the difference between just breaking even versus having a profitable session.
We recommend that you heed the advice of our Senior contributor George Epstein on this matter, as his years of experience playing limit hold’em have taught him plenty.
Tadas Peckaitis shares three solid tips for beginners who are giving 2-7 Triple Draw a try. While it isn’t the most popular poker variant, it’s still fun and enjoyable, so it never hurts to have the fundamentals down to ensure you can be a profitable player when opportunities arise to give the game a try.