A friend recently challended me on my poker knowledge and thought he could get the better of me when he asked if I could name four different varieites of poker in which you’d only face one opponent. After understanding that humans were not the only type of opponent allowed, I quickly rattled off not four, but five different types of poker in which you face only one opponent. Think you can figure them all out by yourself? Take a guess, then check out the list.
The Internet is full of recommendations for things to do when you visit Prague, but here at the Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog, we like to look at vacationing through poker-tinted lenses. Having taken a couple great trips to Prague, I made sure to take in the local poker scene. As it was somewhat tough to find information about Prague poker online prior to the trip, I made sure I experienced a lot while there in terms of poker with a goal in mind of compiling this guide for recreational players to use when playing poker in Prague,
It’s packed with plenty of useful information that you simply shouldn’t be without when anteing up at the Czech felt. Enjoy, and be sure to share this guide with any poker fan headed to Prague in the future.
Robert Turner, who created Omaha, gives you a great reason why he thinks it’s the true “Cadillac of Poker”. He also throws in a list of some of the world’s top places to play Omaha. If you enjoy Omaha, this is a must-read post. If you haven’t yet gotten to love Omaha, then there’s that much more of a reason for you to have a look at this.
For many poker players, knowing how to properly play near the bubble of a tournament is something difficult to master. We’re happy to share with you four good tips that’ll help you get on the right path towards making it past the bubble and into the money.
Who says that professional baseball players can’t teach us a thing or two about the right way to play poker? In this tips and strategy article, we examine what it means to take the Mike Trout approach to tournament poker and how if can work for you at the tables.
While I haven’t completely taken a break from writing for this poker blog, my output hasn’t been as frequent as it has been in months past. Rather than make excuses for “slowing down” I took a step back and asked myself what could be learned from it and how that lesson could extend to the poker table. I think you’ll enjoy this read.