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Feature Articles

Every now and then we publish feature articles here on Poker Junkie that don't fit into any one category like poker news or poker strategy. They can be anything from an interview with a big-name poker pro to a few tips on where to go in Las Vegas to a list of the sickest poker hands this year. There's lots of great stuff to be found though, for sure, so dig around a bit and keep your eyes peeled for new articles as they're posted.

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Matt Stout Interview -

Today I am talking with Matt "All In At 420" Stout. Matt finished in 3rd on Sunday at WPT's Foxwoods World Poker Finals. His 3rd place finish was good for a hefty payday of $265,710. Matt has agreed to take a few minutes of his time to talk to the Poker Junkie nation.

7 December 2009
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The UIGEA Survival Kit: US Payment Options

After the passage of the Unlawful Internet Gaming Enforcement Act (UIGEA), depositing money onto internet poker sites has become somewhat of an arduous task.

3 December 2009
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3 Fashion Bloggers on Poker and Fashion

We asked a couple of popular fashion bloggers what they think of poker in general and poker fashion in particular. No surprise, they had a few thoughts to share.

15 October 2009
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Sport Bloggers on Poker and Sport

We asked a number of well known sport bloggers what they think about poker in general and more specifically poker as a sport.

13 October 2009 1
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3 Political Bloggers on Poker and Politics

From Las Vegas to Washington DC; since the UIGEA bill passed some three years ago, the game of poker has become quite a hot topic among US politicians and lawmakers. But what do they really know about poker?

9 October 2009 1
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Poker Pros on Twitter - the List

Follow your favorite poker pros on Twitter and get real-time updates from their extraordinary lives on the tournament circuit or when chilling out at home. Here's the list.

5 October 2009 1
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SPR Explained - Stack-to-Pot Ratio

The best play for a certain hand depends on how much money you have in your stack. In both holdem and Omaha, the stack-to-pot ratio is an important tool for better decisions.

30 July 2009
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