Poker coach Tadas Peckaitis explains how even without study, it’s possible to win at poker. So long as you stick to a few basic but critical principles, you can still have the potential to end up a winner at the felt over the long term.
Most card games involve some aspect of luck, and that includes runny, cribbage, and poker. In this article Tadas Peckaitis examines why poker trumps them all in terms of the amount of skill required to succeed.
In another great beginner’s strategy article, our Senior contributor George Epstein explains the concept of outs in depth.
He also explains the idea of positive expected value (+EV) and how making the right mathematical calculations is critical to knowing the right decisions to make at the felt.
George Epstein has played his fair share of limit hold’em over the years. In this article he offers some astute tips for how to best play ace queen offsuit.
With more players transitioning from live to online poker due to the ongoing pandemic, it’s important to brush up your skills and remember that the two games, while similar, are different beasts.
Tadas Peckaitis offers some good tips to assist you in making the transition.
In this article our Senior contributor George Epstein discusses the difference between good and questionable outs. He gives the example of a hand in which knowing your outs can assist you in properly “knowing where you’re at” and further navigating how to play the remainder of said hand.