The WSOP is famous for having the best tournament structures in the world. Part and parcel of good structures entails scheduled breaks. How best to spend that break time in between levels, though? What do top pros like Daniel Negreanu, Antonio Esfandiari, and Joe Cada do on their breaks?
Geoff Fisk takes a detailed look at WSOP breaks in this article, which will give you an idea of how best to spend your downtime while playing in a World Series of Poker tournament.
Whatever your reasons for starting to play online poker again after an extended break, it’s critical to be properly prepared to jump back in. Players have gotten better at playing poker online, plus the reality you were used to “back in the day” has vastly shifted as far as HUDs and player reward schemes.
To prep you for a successful return to the online poker tables after a break, we’ve compiled a list of five tips. They’re certainly worth a read!
Every so often, taking a break from playing poker is healthy thing to do. Some grinders, however, have never done so.
Zach Resnick hasn’t taken a break from playing poker for longer than three weeks. He’s in the midst of what will be a two-month-long break, while in Jordan, a country that doesn’t allow gambling.
Read all about how Zach is dealing with this situation and how he’s decided to fill his time.
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.