“Poker is a hard way to make an easy living” sums up the life of a poker pro perfectly. So few of us that try actually manage to make a lasting career out of poker.
The difference between a strong player and a weak player is what they do after a poker session.
Does your poker career feel stuck?
Everyone seems to have a strong opinion nowadays, and many people present their views as absolute truth. This is particularly common at the poker table.
Players that don’t check-raise are easy to beat.
The small blind is arguably the most difficult position to master in No Limit Hold’em.
Paired boards can be confusing and frustrating.
Every poker player knows how much easier it is to play hands in position.
Even the best poker players make mistakes.
Every micro stakes player should have one goal: make enough money to move up in stakes.
8 Live Poker Tips from Doug Polk, Ryan Fee & Team Upswing
Despite sharing the same rules, live poker games are quite a bit different than their online counterparts.
After eight hours of play in a $25/$50 game on Poker Night in America, Doug Polk picked up pocket kings.
Poker tells are a tricky topic.
Did you know pre-flop is the most important street in poker?
A unique approach is required to avoid spewing away your chips in multi-way pots.
It’s the $25,000 buy-in National Heads Up Championship.
“What separates a decent poker player from a great one?