There is a lot of poker information out there. Various sites cover poker news, update tournament results, or offer poker strategy, products, and services. The problem is, search engines don’t do a great job of helping you separate which poker information sites have reliable information and which ones are just trying to grab page views. […]
James “SplitSuit” Sweeney is one of those poker gurus who can make my head hurt… in a good way. In his APT webinar last week, he examined optimal betting frequencies and value-bet-to-bluff ratios on each street. It made complete sense. Watching him wield Flopzilla to build specific pre-flop ranges to decide specific value hands and bluffs […]
Want to work more bluffs into your game? How about taking it a step further and mastering brilliant bluffing?
A lot of players are adequate at pulling off basic bluffs, but only a few can say that they are truly good at bluffing. Well, APT pro SplitSuit Sweeney is coming to the rescue. SplitSuit is offering […]
In the middle of a tournament you defend your big blind to a raise with gapped suited connectors. You flop your straight draw. Great, you think, but now what do I do? Donk bet into the pre-flop raiser to show strength? Check-raise? Check-call? Check, and see if there is an empty cash table seat because […]
The televised schedule for this summer’s 49th annual series in Las Vegas at the Rio All-Suites Hotel is out. While I am always eager to see the World Series of Poker schedule, it is unlikely that I will be able to attend. But I always like to see what I will be able to experience vicariously. […]
Have you ever wanted to know what is truly critical to tournament poker success? I know I could use that!
Do some people just have more “talent” than others or can anyone be a successful poker player with enough practice? Once again, I’m rooting for the practice side of the fence.
We can all learn some of […]
We at APT wanted to take a moment to wish all of our members a Happy New Year. We also want to thank you for continuing to be members and adding to the APT community. From sending personal emails, to commenting in our discussion forums, playing in live tournaments, and reading this blog, you all […]
Last summer, hoping to see more of the WSOP Main Event, I signed up for a year of PokerGo. I want to love it. I really do. But I have to admit that my experience thus far with PokerGo has been mixed. The necessity of an outlet such as PokerGo is obvious. Ever since Black […]