Poker has gotten tougher than ever in the last decade since the Moneymaker boom. That makes it that much more difficult for new players to the game of poker to break through and become winners. Here’s a brief but important guide for beginning poker players to follow in order to start out on the right path to becoming winners in the poker room.
Jared Tendler, author of The Mental Game of Poker, like my review of his book. He was kind enough to agree to be interviewed for us here at Cardplayer Lifestyle. We specifically asked him for his thoughts on taking notes while playing live poker, as note taking was an oft-repeated theme of his book. Read on to see what Tendler had to say.
Just when you thought recreational poker players had no hope against the pros, who seem to be final tabling and winning every World Series of Poker event there is, Cardplayer Lifestyle is here to give you some great advice for what to do when faced with a name poker player across the table. Follow these tips and you’ll be sure to have an excellent defense against the arsenal that experienced pros bring with them to the felt.
If you’re looking forward to a grea poker vacation, you also probably are aware in the back of your mind that there will be a good amount of costs involved. We’ve thought up 3 ways that you could save money while planning and during your poker vacation, which of course will leave you more money left in your bankroll with which to play poker. Read on for our 3 top tips.
There are a number of excellent ways to inject newfound excitement into your home poker game if it’s getting a little stale. Whether it’s a matter of raising the stakes, adding a new poker game to the mix, taking your group of regulars to a proper casino poker room or other ideas, there are plenty of things you can do to keep things exciting when you play poker with your buddies.
Jared Tendler’s The Mental Game of Poker is a true 5-star classic! For years people have said that Brunson’s Super System or the Harrington on Hold’em series are must-reads for the poker playing set. This book shouldn’t just be added to that list, it should be at or near the top. Arguably, having an A+ mental poker game is more important than your poker game itself. Read our full review to see why this book is guaranteed to make you the best poker player you can possibly be.