Slow Play

This strategy falls under the trapping style of poker moves. The aim of slow playing is disguise the strength of your hand by playing it relatively weak so that your opponent over-bets or over-calls with a weaker hand. This strategy adds a layer of deception to your poker and can Read more…

Blinds Bounty

If you ever read an article on playing a short stack you will realize that if you want to get anywhere in the poker world, you will have to master the art of making something from nothing; knowing how to play when things are going good is very important, but Read more…

Short Handed Play

Short handed poker is a very different animal from playing a full 9 player table. Aggression becomes more important. You will necessarily have to play a wider range of hands to make sure you are blinded out. But unless you are planning to stick exclusively to full ring games; you Read more…

Blocking a Bet

Not nearly enough people know about the blocking bet as a tactical move – this is a travesty that is about to be rectified! The blocking bet is essentially a tool used by one player on the River that will prohibit his opponent from making a larger, unmatchable, or unwinnable Read more…

Bankroll Management

To do well in poker you need to know how to manage your bankroll well and this is so no matter what type of poker games you are into. There are several things that are important in order to keep a healthy bankroll. You need to understand the differences between Read more…