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Poker, Poker Psychology, Poker Strategy & Training

Poker Tell Training Tips

Some of the old guard laud the current generation of math heads who have all the probabilities of poker on lock-down. While an essential part...
Poker, Poker Psychology, Poker Strategy & Training
Poker, Poker Strategy & Training

Set Mining Fundamentals

Smallish pocket pairs are typically dominated in full-ring games. However, when played under the right conditions, they can be extremely profitable.While it isn’t vital that...
Poker, Poker Psychology, Poker Strategy & Training

The Wrong Time to Bluff

Bluffing is synonymous with poker. Even non-players associate the game with acts of guile and courage when the stakes are high. A good bluff is...
Poker, Poker Psychology, Poker Strategy & Training

Adapting at the poker table

Predictable poker is beatable poker. If your opponents pick up on your patterns, and we all have them, they can dodge your bullets or crush...
Poker, Poker Psychology, Poker Strategy & Training

Table Image

I just returned from a week in Vegas, always an inspiration for some poker analysis. This post is about your table image, an angle few...
Poker, Poker Psychology, Poker Strategy & Training

Sticking to Poker Basics

Complexity science holds that certain systems have multiple interacting agents that do not react to inputs in a linear way. Complexity science is, well, complicated....
Poker, Poker Psychology, Poker Strategy & Training

Poker Inertia

You’ve heard it before. Starting a poker session is easy. Knowing when to quit is the hard part. One of Newton’s first laws of physics...
Poker, Poker Psychology, Poker Strategy & Training

Making Excuses

Rationalizing is the process of thinking about or describing something in a way that explains it. This is usually done to make something we have...