Archive for December, 2015

How Managing Your Poker Bankroll Can Help You at the Casino

Thursday, December 17th, 2015 | Poker Strategy | No Comments

The beauty of poker is that the game pits players against one another, rather than the house, in an extended game of skill. But after a long session spent going deep in a tournament, or competing against cash game regulars, many poker players enjoy the diversion offered by casino games. While casino games carry a house edge which players must overcome to turn a consistent profit, they often offer more in terms of pure entertainment value when compared to poker. After all, you don’t need to set Read more [...]

Doubling Down and Blackjack Optimization

Friday, December 4th, 2015 | Poker Strategy | No Comments

Let me let you in on a big secret: there’s no special DaVinci Code to crack blackjack. You can read every book ever written about advanced blackjack strategy, but you won’t find any new Earth-shattering information. You can find many philosophical nuggets to help you master the mental side of the game, but for the most part, sticking to the basic fundamentals of blackjack strategy is optimal strategy. Discipline, patience, and a good memory are the three most essential traits to a skilled Read more [...]

Real-world or online poker – Which is better?

Friday, December 4th, 2015 | Poker Strategy | No Comments

The great game of poker has spiked in popularity in recent years, and the growth of the online casino world has helped its ascension. Playing online tournaments has never been easier, and it has served to introduce many new players to the cause. But some more seasoned players will argue that it just can’t match the thrill of a traditional sit-down game of poker where you can look your opponents in the eye. When poker first moved to a computerised, online format many people were outraged. Read more [...]

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