Archive for May, 2010

Observing poker opponents

Thursday, May 27th, 2010 | Poker Articles, Poker Cash Games, Poker Strategy | 1 Comment

Submitted by Cory, this article belongs to the Poker Cash Games series. Observing opponents is one of the key skills to hone as a poker player.  You need to notice what hands your opponents are showing down from which positions, how they bet, and their standard bet size etcetera.  The best time to make these observations is when you’re not in the hand. When you’re in a pot, you have a personal vested interest on what you want the results to be.  If you’re trying to make a read in Read more [...]

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Monday, May 24th, 2010 | Poker Articles, Poker Bonus | No Comments

This article belongs to the Poker Bonus series. Poker Bankroll Blog’s Full Tilt Poker bonus deal If you sign up for a Full Tilt Poker bonus deal through the Poker Bankroll Blog you will get the best Full Tilt Poker bonus  deal available on the market: 100% sign-up bonus up to 600$ US players are welcomed Here’s how you sign up for the Full Tilt Poker bonus and deal: Clear all cookies on your computer Create a Full Tilt Poker account through this link: Full Tilt Poker Read more [...]

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Beating the rake in cash games

Friday, May 21st, 2010 | Poker Articles, Poker Cash Games, Poker Rakeback | 2 Comments

Submitted by Cory, this article belongs to the Poker Cash Games series. If you play in low stakes games, you need to be more aware of how the rake effects how you should play.  My bread and butter game is currently $1-$2 no limit.  One of the major reasons I’m able to come out ahead consistently in this game is because I’m always cognizant of how I need to adjust my strategy with the rake as a factor.  Rooms vary significantly on how they get their cut, but if you’re playing in a low Read more [...]

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Why you should build a statistical model for betting baseball

Thursday, May 20th, 2010 | Poker Articles, Sports and Fantasy betting | No Comments

Submitted by Alex, this article belongs to the Sports and Fantasy betting series. Alex is a fantasy betting expert (compared to me at least) who has recently joined forces with one of the top fantasy betting sites, namely FanDuel. Alex has been kind enough to write some general sports and fantasy betting articles. In fantasy betting your opponents are other sports bettors and the format resembles the SNG (Sit and Go)  and MTT (Multi Table Tournament) formats found on poker sites.  Briefly, Read more [...]

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Understanding the Baseball Money Line

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010 | Poker Articles, Sports and Fantasy betting | No Comments

Submitted by Alex, this article belongs to the Sports and Fantasy betting series. Alex is a fantasy betting expert (compared to me at least) who has recently joined forces with one of the top fantasy betting sites, namely FanDuel. Alex has been kind enough to write some general sports and fantasy betting articles. In fantasy betting your opponents are other sports bettors and the format resembles the SNG (Sit and Go)  and MTT (Multi Table Tournament) formats found on poker sites. Read more [...]

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Can you guarantee sports betting success by using a progressive betting system?

Sunday, May 16th, 2010 | Poker Articles, Sports and Fantasy betting | No Comments

Submitted by Alex, this article belongs to the Sports and Fantasy betting series. Alex is a fantasy betting expert (compared to me at least) who has recently joined forces with one of the top fantasy betting sites, namely FanDuel. Alex has been kind enough to write some general sports and fantasy betting articles. In fantasy betting your opponents are other sports bettors and the format resembles the SNG (Sit and Go)  and MTT (Multi Table Tournament) formats found on poker sites. Read more [...]

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How to deal with poker fish

Saturday, May 15th, 2010 | Poker Articles, Poker Cash Games | No Comments

Submitted by Cory, this article belongs to the Poker Cash Games series. Cory wrote this great article on how to deal with poker fish in order to maximize your winnings against them. Basically it's all about treating poker as your business and the poker fish as your customers. Great stuff Cory!! A few of the biggest super stars in poker have made a name for themselves by insulting other players at the table during televised tournaments.  Unfortunately the general public who gets in to poker Read more [...]

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Folding in cash games

Thursday, May 13th, 2010 | Poker Articles, Poker Cash Games | No Comments

Submitted by Cory, this article belongs to the Poker Cash Games series. The thoughts behind folding in cash games are very different to folding in tournaments because of the missing element of the ever increasing blinds. In this article, Cory takes us through the basics thoughts behind folding in deep stack cash games. Deep stacked cash games are all about post flop playing. You rarely need to play a huge pot pre-flop because your real money is made on the later betting rounds. Here’s an Read more [...]

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High Pulse Poker rakeback and freerolls

Saturday, May 8th, 2010 | Poker Bonus, Poker Freeroll, Poker Rakeback, Poker Room | No Comments

This article belongs to the Poker Room series I recently came across High Pulse Poker and liked their approach to online poker. The following is a short review on High Pulse Poker, High Pulse Poker rakeback and High Pulse Poker freerolls. In addition you will find information on how to get the password for the 200$ "Welcome to High Pulse" freeroll hosted by my buddies at WOSB.com on Sunday the 9th of May at 20:00 GMT. In order to get the password for the 200$ High Pulse Poker Freeroll Read more [...]

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Live poker cash game selection

Thursday, May 6th, 2010 | Poker Articles, Poker Cash Games | 2 Comments

Submitted by Cory, this article belongs to the Poker Cash Games series. Playing online poker makes certain things much easier than live poker.  Anything from hand history data bases to game selection.  To find good games on the internet, I just need to open my Full Tilt client and look at the tables for whatever stake I want to play, find the best average pot size with too many players going to the flop and get myself on the waiting list for that table.  Live it’s just not that easy.  Here Read more [...]

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