You may or may not have heard of Chinese Poker and Open Face Chinese Poker, but either way, the rules and what the games are all about have more likely than not been confusing to you. Have a look at this comprehensive guide to Chinese Poker for the details on what these new poker games are all about.
Mental game coaching is certainly a trend these days as far as improving one’s poker game. One man, Elliot Roe, has created a unique approach to assisting poker players – via hypnotherapy. We caught up with him to ask what poker hypnotherapy is all about and to hear how he’s helped scores of players improve their game. Maybe he could help you too! Read on for more details.
Here’s a great article for those readers of ours who like to focus their poker efforts online. We interviewed Will Tipton, who quite literally wrote the book (actually 2 books!) on Expert Heads Up No Limit Hold’em. Find out how practicing at this specialty can help your overall poker play, as well as plenty other great strategies and tips.
There are dozens upon dozens of online poker sites out there and more are constantly popping up. How to choose which one(s) to play at? Well, there are a number of basic qualities that your selected online poker site should certainly have. Here are 5 main qualities to look for when choosing a site at which to register and play poker online.
Following the excellent feedback we’ve gotten on his first article here on the Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog, A Cyber Security Expert’s Analysis of Online Poker, Eddie Harari was kind enough to contribute this more in-depth piece examining the question of whether or not it’s possible to have a fully secure online poker environment. Mr. Harari has over 25 years of experience in the field and he also plays poker recreationally, both live and online. In addition to an exhaustive review of the prevalent security issues and risk analysis, both on the player and operator sides, he tackles the hot topic of online poker collusion – a MUST-READ!
There’s a lot of poker training software out there these days, so for a player looking to improve his or her game it’s important to understand what makes each product different and stand out among the competition. This blog post is a review of the PokerVIP School learning software. It’s unique selling point, in my opinion, is that it makes a game out of the learning process, which works well in terms of encouraging you to keep on learning more. Curious what I mean by that? Check out the full software review.