Upstuck – the inseparable element of poker

Chad Holloway, poker journalist and WSOP champion decided to dedicate one episode of his strategic articles to a situation which is inevitable in poker. He...

How to react to a slowroll?

Jonathan Little wrote an article for "Card Player" in which he dealt with the issue of being slowrolled. In his opinion we can use...

How to split a poker pot?

Poker is a zero sum game. It means that for every winner there must be a loser to equalize the financial balance of the...

Poker theories – Copernicus and Gresham’s law

Barry Carter wrote an article at "PokerStrategy" in which he describes an interesting concept that can also apply to poker. The Copernicus-Gresham's law talks...

Sam Trickett says that there is no universal tournament strategy

Is GTO the universal strategy? Sam Trickett claims it is not. According to him we should not just stick to one game plan. Instead...

Which draws to be passive with and which to play aggressively?

Playing your draws well can be a complex problem. Sometimes you need to be very aggressive, other times it's better to be passive. Let's...

What profits can you expect within the first year of playing poker?

Every person who plays poker wants to know how much they can earn playing cards. Poker is a great game and even better when...

Do you use HUD as you play poker? Avoid these four costly mistakes

HUD (Heads-Up Display) stats from tracking programs like Poker Tracker 4 or Holdem Manager 2 may be a powerful weapon at the table. You...

Why should you get interested in Short Deck Hold’em?

Short Deck is a variant of poker that gains popularity day by day. Many pros love it and you should also get interested in...

Poker theories – the law of large numbers

If there is something that poker can teach you, then the law of large numbers is the first thing that usually comes to one's...