2012 WSOP bracelet winner Ronnie Bardah joins the Bernard Lee Poker Show to talk about chopping the 2021 WPT Lucky Hearts Poker Open for his biggest ever win, as well as what it’s like to play live tournament poker under COVID restrictions.
Ace-rag tends to look like a more powerful hand than it actually is. In heads-up play, it’s relatively strong, but in full ring games it’s a hand that ought to see the muck much more often than the flop, especially in Limit Hold’em.
In this article, our Senior contributor George Epstein explains why this is the case.
Looking to get into mixed games? Mike Patrick has put together this handy beginner’s guide that’ll help all you hold’em junkies dip your toes into other poker variants.
In addition, he’s got some great starter tips that’ll ensure you can hold your own right from the get-go.
You haven’t played poker until you’ve gotten your aces cracked, right? While this is bound to happen in a math-based game like Texas Hold’em, is still isn’t fun to be on the receiving end… especially if there’s something you might’ve been able to do to prevent such an outcome.
Our Senior Contributor, George Epstein, shares a recent such hand he played, where he thinks he goofed, big time.