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Top 10 Worst Mistakes a Poker Player Can Make: Part 3

Top 10 Worst Mistakes a Poker Player Can Make: Part 3

Justin Buchanan - September 26th, 2016

Zooming right along, it’s time for the 6th and 5th items in the Ace Who’s Full Of It’s Top Ten Worst Mistakes a Poker Player Can Make. Even though the mistakes I’ve shown you so far are extremely avoidable, I would hesitate to call them more than moderately stupid or else the consequences of making […]

The Dangers of Trusting Physical Tells

The Dangers of Trusting Physical Tells

Jon Sofen - September 26th, 2016

In poker, you have to make decisions based on incomplete information. You can never be 100-percent certain what your opponent has. That’s exactly what makes poker such a difficult game to master. All you can do is make the best decision based on the sometimes limited information you have. One way to make an informed […]

Middle Position Ranges: Part 2

Middle Position Ranges: Part 2

LD1977 - September 26th, 2016

In the first part of the article, I discussed only the opening ranges, which we use when we are the first player in the pot (= it has been folded to us). Now lets see what can we do in more complicated situations. Facing 3-bets Since our MP ranges are a bit wider than EP […]

Top 10 Worst Mistakes a Poker Player Can Make: Part 2

Top 10 Worst Mistakes a Poker Player Can Make: Part 2

Justin Buchanan - September 20th, 2016

It’s time for Part 2 of the Ace Who’s Full of It’s Top 10 Worst Mistakes a Poker Player Can Make. Today I’ll again be covering at least two of the items on the list, though I’m going to try for three. And if you’re wondering how I put these in order, it’s mostly in […]

Top 10 Worst Mistakes a Poker Player Can Make: Part 1

Top 10 Worst Mistakes a Poker Player Can Make: Part 1

Justin Buchanan - September 16th, 2016

Here’s a riddle for you: what’s a blog on the internet without any Top 10 Lists? A blog that’s missing one of the critical components of internet writing, that’s what! Fortunately, I have just the thing to rectify the situation. Presenting the first _ items on this Ace’s personal list of the stupidest things that […]

Tips for Succeeding at Bounty Tourneys

Tips for Succeeding at Bounty Tourneys

Todd McGee - September 14th, 2016

I love playing multi-table bounty tournaments. There is no greater thrill than to knock somebody out and collect their bounty. Not only do you get a nice pile of chips to add to your stack, but you also get a cash reward for wiping out an opponent. Being successful in bounty tournaments, however, requires a […]

Establishing an Identity at the Poker Table

Establishing an Identity at the Poker Table

Jon Sofen - September 14th, 2016

I always hated looking for a job. The whole process of putting together a resume and then trying to con the hiring manager into thinking I’m something I’m not:  namely, someone who actually cared about the job and not just the paycheck. Strangely, I never had a problem landing jobs because I was good at […]

Aces Full of It: The Problem of Postflop

Aces Full of It: The Problem of Postflop

Justin Buchanan - August 28th, 2016

A while back, my esteemed colleague Todd McGee wrote an excellent piece on methods of gathering information during preflop play. Well, I simply couldn’t resist putting my two cents in on the poker intelligence from. Since he already covered preflop info gathering, I’ll be going into what information to look for in postflop play. Gathering […]

6 MTT Rules to Live By

6 MTT Rules to Live By

Todd McGee - August 25th, 2016

6 Tournament Rules to Live By I love to play multi-table tournaments, both live and on-line. I mess around with cash games and sit-n-goes every once in a while, but by and large, I like to focus on tournaments. Here then, in no particular order, are my rules to live by for tournaments. 1. Trust […]

Middle Position Ranges

Middle Position Ranges

LD1977 - August 25th, 2016

Articles on MP (Middle Position) and LP (Late Position) ranges are mainly intended for full ring tables (9 players) but are applicable for 6-max, assuming readers understand the relative positions: BB, SB, BTN and CO are the same on both types of tables MP (UTG+1) on 6-max table is MP on full ring table (called […]