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Polk vs. Dwan for $5 Million, Fedor Joins partypoker

Polk vs. Dwan for $5 Million, Fedor Joins partypoker

Hellmuth Wins $200,000 King of the Hill, Joins WPT Team

Hellmuth Wins $200,000 King of the Hill, Joins WPT Team

New Jersey's Scott Blumstein Wins 2017 WSOP Main Event for $8.15m

New Jersey's Scott Blumstein Wins 2017 WSOP Main Event for $8.15m

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Practicing for the WSOP

When practicing for the WSOP, I suggest you practice in three types of games: First, you should play at a brick-and-mortar casino at some point.

7 April 2008

How to Play Poker with Unpleasant People

When you play poker you meet people in a fun way, poker is a social game. Unfortunately, you can't always choose whom to play poker with, and sometimes you will find yourself playing with people you don't particularly like or who are objectively unpleasant.

29 February 2008

Poker Site Finder

When it comes to finding an online poker site, it really comes down to what kind of action you're looking for.

29 April 2006

Interview With Phil Hellmuth Jr.

When he wasn't busy racking up nine WSOP wins and claiming No. 2 on the World Series all-time money list, Phil Hellmuth Jr. managed to write two books and release four DVDs.

17 July 2005

Is Online Poker Legal in the U.S.?

The question of the legality of online poker in the United States is a murky subject, with the United States Department of Justice strongly hinting that it is not and various legal experts strongly stating that it is. Who's right? Who's wrong? Are you breaking the law?

24 June 2005

Shorthanded Tips

Shorthanded poker is a different game then a full 10 player table, you need to be able to adjust your game accordingly and play more hands in order to make a profit or else you'll be eaten by the blinds if you play too tight and your play will be so obvious even when you hit you won't get paid off. Let's look at some hands and situations. 1. ...When you're dealt a small pocket pair (sevens or less)

16 June 2005

Why do people fail at Going Pro?

Recently, there was a simple, yet interesting question posed on RGP... Why do people fail at going pro? Several people jumped into the conversation. According to the posts, the concensus answer seemed to be "they just aren't good enough". It has been said that less than 10% of all poker players are winning over the long haul. In most cases, the reason is because the player is simply not good enough to win, but there are other factors involved as well. Let's take a look at some.

11 June 2005

A New Poker Game To Eliminate Bad Beats

I will guaruntee that 100% of the people reading this article right now have experienced at least 500,000 "bad beats" throughout their poker career. I sure know i have. So what can we do about it? I mean, really, how can we prevent an amateur from having a pair of dueces against our kings and queens and then having them catch an ace on the river to make a higher two pair? I KNOW that you would all love to find a way to solve that problem. I think i have altered the game without changing it too much. The name of the game is called Philly Hold 'em. Here's how it plays out:

10 June 2005 1
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