In this post we review Texas Hold’em Questions’ continuation betting course. Offering good value for the £299 sticker price (10% discount using code CPL), this course makes for a good investment for serious poker players currently playing NL $25 and up.
There are plenty of ways to improve at Texas Hold’em. Among the more unconventional ones are playing non-Hold’em variants of poker. Beyond poker, plenty of other games also offer players the opportunity to practice strategic thinking, which is a great general skill set that’s transferable to Hold’em analysis.
Having taught hundreds of senior citizens how to play Texas Hold’em, George Epstein knows that, especially if you want to become a winning player, you’ve got to master the basics.
In this article, Cardplayer Lifestyle’s Senior contributor lists 6 great Texas Hold’em tips that are certainly worthwhile to internalize.
The beloved game of poker takes many different forms, the most popular of which is Texas Hold’em. Many casinos have tried to capitalize on the game’s popularity by offering something called Casino Hold’em, where one plays against the house rather than other players. While the two games might be related, they’re certainly not the same. Read this post to better understand the differences between the two.
Video poker and Texas Hold’em are similar to an extent, but for the most part the two games couldn’t be more different. This article examines the extent of how related the two poker games are.
As more and more players are mastering Texas Hold’em, the game is slowly but surely diminishing in popularity. New poker variants like Short Deck Hold’em and stalwarts like Pot Limit Omaha (PLO) are standing at the ready to provide the excitement that “fun players” are looking for. Perhaps the clock is ticking on NLHE’s reign atop poker’s throne?