LATEST POKER BLOG POSTS


Dan Addelman and Byron Jacobs

You’ve likely seen them standing at their booth in the Rio hallways in Las Vegas during the World Series of Poker. You’ve almost certainly heard of multiple book titles they’ve published. You’re possibly even aware of their company’s name, D&B Poker. But what do you really know about those two fine gentleman?

Now, for the first time, company co-owners Dan Addelman and Byron Jacobs open up in this comprehensive feature-length interview. They speak about their backgrounds as publishers, how they first became involved in the poker industry, the process of a pitched manuscript eventually becoming a poker book, and much more.

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Fedor Holz

On the cusp of launching Pokercode, a first-of-its kind poker training community, Fedor Holz joins us for an interview. Beyond telling us all about the new product, he shares what fuels him now that he’s reached the pinnacle of poker.

Some inspiring answers from a 20-something who on the one hand has already accomplished so much, but on the other hand has big dreams left to fulfill with his whole life still ahead of him.

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Robbie vacation

The word vacation espouses images of laid back relaxation, carefree fun, and good times. Rightly so, but it’s not always so simple to detach and go on vacation, especially if you’re running your own business.

In this post I open up about the many challenges I faced while trying to keep my poker business running while on vacation over the summer. I hope that my story might resonate with you and that my sharing it may help you with your own challenges.

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multiway pots

It can be very difficult to navigate your way in multiway pots, so playing those spots correctly is critical to both protecting your own hands and getting other players to fold their drawing hands.

Here are three tips for how to play better in multiway pots. Be sure to integrate them into your arsenal of poker tools so that you’re equipped to act correctly next time such a spot comes up.

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