Short Buyins at No Limit Games
The Poker Penguin says - Never buy in for less than the maximum in a NL game. Here's why: Written by Poker Penguin
Why am I so adamant about this?
Well, picture this. It's a juicy $25 NL ring game. I get dealt QQ in early position and raise it to $2. It's small enough to keep four of the suckers in. Flop comes Q72 rainbow. I'm even ahead of the mighty 72o here, so I bet out another $2 trying to entice as many as possible to call me down. Two people call, and the button throws a $10 re-raise out there.
Article continued on: Best Poker Offers
Expected Value and Risk Aversion
Expected Value isn't as simple as we think
The dreaded bad beat - we've all been there
Seven Deadly Sins of Poker
The seven deadly sins will condemn your bankroll to hell! Read all about it here.
Outs and Board Reading in Omaha
Jim Green discusses how to read hands and outs in Omaha8
The most important decision in Holdem
Game selection is the most important decision in holdem.
Two Poker Truths
The Poker Penguin shares two powerful poker truths, read on for more details...