Calum Grant reviews Mastering Small Stakes Pot-Limit Omaha, written by PLO crusher Fernando “JNandez” Habeggar and published by the venerable D&B Poker publishing house.
To every rule there are exceptions. “Thou shalt not limp into a pot” is thought to be a pretty hard and fast rule, but in this strategy article our Senior contributor George Epstein notes some exceptions to it that warrant consideration.
Ace-rag tends to look like a more powerful hand than it actually is. In heads-up play, it’s relatively strong, but in full ring games it’s a hand that ought to see the muck much more often than the flop, especially in Limit Hold’em.
In this article, our Senior contributor George Epstein explains why this is the case.
If you’ve resolved to improve your poker game in 2021, know that you’re not alone. That’s said, it’s important to have a plan for how exactly you’re going to do that.
In this article, poker coach Sky Matsuhashi outlines a three-step plan to track your poker progress.
With pandemic-induced lockdowns being the norm right now, it’s highly worthwhile to try and make the most of your time.
Bahman Zarghami put together this top 10 list of ways poker players can improve their productivity.
Recreational online poker players often don’t realize what they’re up against. Specifically, the more studious and pro poker players awaiting you at the felt are extremely well equipped to relieve you of your chips.
Professional poker player and coach Chris Wallace details exactly what advantages experienced, pro online poker players have against recreational players. It’s important to know what you don’t know, as it could hurt you!