Poker Strategy 4: Learn Basic Odds

Like it or not, Texas Hold’em is an odds game. Every action you make, hand you play or bet you face has odds, probability and statistics attached to it. For the math-phobes out there though, don’t worry. You don’t need to... Read more

Poker Strategy 3: Count Your Outs

If you ever want to get a handle on Texas Hold’em poker odds, it’s imperative you learn how to count all your outs. An out is any card that can come which will give you the best hand. Obviously, before you can begin to count outs... Read more

Poker Strategy 2: Play in Position

Position is simply the single most important and valuable commodity to have at the poker table. If you’re unfamiliar with the term, position simply means you are the last to act in the hand (meaning you have the dealer button, or the... Read more

5 Signs You Chose a Bad Online Poker Site

My first online poker experience was on a site called Doyle’s Room. As you may have guessed, the site was named after the legendary Doyle Brunson. Doyle’s Room was, well, let’s just say – not a good place to play poker. It simply wasn’t... Read more

Poker Strategy 6: Have a Bankroll

One of the most important things you can do for yourself when starting out in poker is to set aside a poker-specific bankroll. Meaning a lump sum of money used exclusively for playing poker. This money is “poker money”  and poker... Read more