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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 […]

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 […]

6 Steps to Maximize your First Deposit

6 Steps to Maximize your First Deposit

Todd McGee - August 11th, 2016

If you can Learn to Make your Deposit Last, it Might Just be your Last Deposit So you finally took the plunge and made a small deposit into an online poker site. Here are some steps you can take to get as much out of this deposit as you can. Avoid re-buy tournaments: Re-buy tournaments […]

Early Position Ranges

Early Position Ranges

LD1977 - August 9th, 2016

This article will mainly be applicable to full ring tables (9 players) since the proposed ranges are too tight for 6-max. Ranges for 6-max will be discussed in the next article. Early position (EP) is first 2 seats on the table, namely UTG (under-the-gun) and UTG+1. Opening ranges (+ defense against aggression) EP has to […]