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Top 100 Poker Books for Learning Texas No-Limit Holdem: Places 41 to 50

Top 100 poker books, places 41 to 50 is all about cash games, sit-n-go's and tournaments strategy. Other topics include betting tactics and bluffing.
By |November 16th, 2015|Advanced, Beginner, Intermediate|0 Comments

How to Lie Like a Pro: The Art of Bluffing

In this tutorial, you will learn why you should use bluffing in your game, how to pull off the perfect place, how frequently and when you should bluff.
By |November 7th, 2015|Advanced, Beginner, Intermediate|1 Comment

Top 10 Poker Videos: Tough Luck and Bad Beats

There is no agreement between poker players as to what exactly describes a bad beat. Often poker players will disagree if a particular hand was a bad beat or not. Bad Beats is a poker term that describes a situation in which a player who holds a strong card loses against a player with a weak hand. Mostly the weak hand player made a poor call that eventually hits the board and wins the pot. Here are the top 10 most heartbreaking moments in poker history of incredible tough luck and bad beats caught on video.
By |October 12th, 2015|Advanced, Beginner, Intermediate|0 Comments

Top 100 Poker Books for Learning Texas No-Limit Holdem: Places 31 to 40

Top 100 poker books, places 31 to 40 talks about topics such as tournaments, sit-n-go's, cash games, bluffing, betting, starting hands and general strategy.
By |September 28th, 2015|Advanced, Beginner, Intermediate|0 Comments

Top 100 Poker Books for Learning Texas No-Limit Holdem: Places 21 to 30

Top 100 poker books, places 21 to 30 covers book topics about general strategy, starting hands, cash games, bluffing, tournaments, sit-n-go's and betting.
By |September 22nd, 2015|Advanced, Beginner, Intermediate|0 Comments

Top 100 Poker Books for Learning Texas No-Limit Holdem: Places 11 to 20

We continue with places 11 to 20 in our top 100 poker books series on learning Texas No-Limit Holdem. Today's selection is teaching you about cash game strategy, betting, bluffing in different situations, starting hands selection, tournament and general strategy and how to keep your emotions under control in tight situations.
By |September 8th, 2015|Advanced, Beginner, Intermediate|0 Comments

Top 100 Poker Books for Learning Texas No-Limit Holdem: Places 1 to 10

In this blog post, we will cover the first ten books of the top 100 poker books. We will cover a wide variety of topics such as general strategy, cash game strategy, tournament strategy, betting, starting hands, bluffing, the mental aspect of the game and much more.
By |September 2nd, 2015|Advanced, Beginner, Intermediate|0 Comments

The Perfect Poker Face in 3 Simple Steps

You will learn how to use advanced NLP techniques such as "Dissociation" to develop the perfect poker face that can be activated in a moments notice.
By |September 1st, 2015|Advanced, Beginner, Intermediate|3 Comments

Top 10 Poker Training Apps for Your iPhone

Poker players who want to become successful in Texas No-Limit Holdem require hours of hard training to improve their skills if they don't want to see their bankrolls fade away. To avoid this, you have to find reliable resources first. This article covers current iOS apps for iPhone with topics ranging from training to in-game advice for your next Texas Holdem game.
By |August 25th, 2015|Advanced, Beginner, Intermediate|2 Comments

The Psychology of Tilting: How to Keep Your Emotions in Check

In this article, you will learn to understand tilt, what triggers it and how you can deal with these triggers in a more productive way. We will also cover what you should do if you were unable to prevent tilting and which steps you should take the least amount of damage from it. We define tilt as anger combined with bad play. Once you are in an agitated mental state, making rational choices becomes incredibly difficult.
By |August 24th, 2015|Advanced, Beginner, Intermediate|Comments Off on The Psychology of Tilting: How to Keep Your Emotions in Check