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How Cognitive Bias Affects Your Poker Game: Greg Raymer On 'The Curse Of Knowledge'

by Greg Raymer | Published: May 18, '22

Card Player Magazine, available in print and online, covers poker strategy, poker news, online and casino poker, and poker legislation. Sign up today for a digital subscription to access more than 800 magazine issues and get 26 new issues per year! …

Poker Coaching Hand Quiz: Facing A Tricky Turn Lead With Top Pair

by Jonathan Little | Published: May 12, '22

Join more than 120,000 players worldwide who have taken their game to the next level. To develop your poker skills and learn how to crush games, check out PokerCoaching.com. Key Concept: Facing A Tricky Turn Lead With Top Pair You are six-handed late in …

Poker Strategy: Take Your Tournament Game To The Next Level

by Craig Tapscott | Published: May 10, '22

The Pros: Timothy Adams, Charlie Carrel, and Mark Seif Craig Tapscott: What were the top ‘Ah-Ha’ moments along your career’s journey up the stakes that really made a difference in your results? Timothy Adams: There wasn’t really any ah-ha moments. Just …

Greg Raymer: How Cognitive Bias Affects Your Poker Game

by Greg Raymer | Published: May 05, '22

Card Player Magazine, available in print and online, covers poker strategy, poker news, online and casino poker, and poker legislation. Sign up today for a digital subscription to access more than 800 magazine issues and get 26 new issues per year! …

Poker Strategy With Jonathan Little: When To Deviate From GTO

by Jonathan Little | Published: Apr 26, '22

Most people who play games can intuitively understand how games that only consist of known information, like tic-tac-toe, checkers, and chess, can be solved by computers. But they cannot comprehend how games with unknown information, like poker, can be …

Jonathan Little: When To Deviate From A GTO Poker Strategy

by Jonathan Little | Published: Apr 21, '22

Most people who play games can intuitively understand how games that only consist of known information, like tic-tac-toe, checkers, and chess, can be solved by computers. But they cannot comprehend how games with unknown information, like poker, can be …

Poker Strategy: Minimizing Losses With Decently Strong Hands

by Jonathan Little | Published: Apr 13, '22

I recently played an interesting poker hand in a tough $10,000 buy-in event that demonstrates how to play a strong, but non-premium hand from out of position. At 1,000-2,000 with a 300 ante, everyone folded around to a loose, aggressive young player in …

Poker Strategy: When Should You Fold The Nuts In Pot-Limit Omaha?

by Craig Tapscott | Published: Apr 02, '22

The Pros: Patrik Antonius, John Beauprez, and ‘Suited Superman’ Craig Tapscott: What are some flops where you may consider folding the nuts in pot-limit Omaha? Can you share some examples and explain why? Patrik Antonius: It is true that sometimes the …

Poker Coaching Hand Quiz: Playing An Overpair In A Three-Bet Pot

by Jonathan Little | Published: Mar 30, '22

Join more than 120,000 players worldwide who have taken their game to the next level. To develop your poker skills and learn how to crush games, check out PokerCoaching.com. Key Concept: Playing An Overpair In A Three-Bet Pot You are eight-handed in a $5 …

Poker Strategy: Scouting Your Opponents To Exploit Them

by Craig Tapscott | Published: Mar 22, '22

The Pros: Kyna England, Mike Holtz, and Brian Hastings Craig Tapscott: What kind of information are you looking for when scouting out an unfamiliar opponent or when encountering a past nemesis at a final table? Kyna England: When I sit down at a table I …

 
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