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Texas Holdem Strategy

You can become a winning Texas Holdem player in many ways. Some of the best poker pros play tight while other great players are loose and fire at each and every pot. Study PokerJunkie’s Texas Holdem strategy articles and learn a strategy suitable for you.

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Analyzing the Flop in Texas Holdem

Most of your important decisions in Texas Holdem poker take place on the flop. That's why the ability to analyze the flop is essential for your long term results in Texas holdem poker.

28 April 2009

Controlling the Pot in Holdem

Some hands are made for big pots, some for small. Learn to control the pot size in holdem and a lot is won.

16 January 2009
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Playing Tight-Aggressive Poker

When you start out in poker, you should try to be tight and aggressive. In this article you'll learn what this means, and why it's good for you.

20 October 2008

River Betting For Advanced Players

The river is a unique round. During all previous rounds of betting, each person had a chance of improving his hand. On the river, bets are pure value bets or bluffs. There is no need to knock someone out, and it is impossible to semi-bluff. These changes in gameplay require an alteration in strategy. Poker Strategy - River Betting

1 April 2008

Four Key Poker Skills

Poker pros are commonly described as tight and aggressive: "These poker pros do not play many hands, but when they play them, they play them like they had the nuts."

12 June 2005
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