Poker Strategy – This article provides a general guide
for novice payers who want a better understanding of how
to play Omaha and suggested starting hands. You will also
find details on which hands to avoid. It is meant as a
Bluffing – Bluffing is said to be one of the most over played
tactics players use. Most players attempt to bluff far too often
and don’t wait for the right moment. Once you have mastered
bluffing you should also understand what a reverse bluff is.
Players want the opposite to happen meaning you actually want
your opponent to stay in the pot.
Handed Sit n Go – For most players they learn how to play
tournaments which are more often than not in a full table setting.
While this is a great thing to be able to do, you still need
to learn the other half of playing tournaments which is sit
and gos and more so playing shorthanded. A shorthanded table
is a game with six players or less. This article provides a
step by step guide for playing these games.
Image – Table image is absolutely critical to playing winning
poker. It not only helps you determine who you are up against
but provides you with the ability to read your opponents thus
making better decisions. Although every table will offer a wide
range of players, this article gives a general overview of things
to look for.
Tournament Strategy – Alongside our SNG strategy article
we are also providing a multi-table strategy article which explains
the various stages within an MTT as well as things to look for
during each stage of the game. This article walks through the
early, mid, late and final levels of the game and provides suggestions
for making it through each stage.
Management - This article provides information on
the general rule of thumb when playing in ring and tournament
games. Also provides a guideline on average big blinds
a player should have.
Small Pairs - Provides information on how to play small pairs
from various positions and how to use them to your advantage.
This is a basic article for beginners.
Bullying - Chip bullying and being able to control the table
with your chip stack is critical during the late stages of a tournament
and will allow you to pick up extra pots. This article explains
how to do this effectively while at the same time explaining how
to react should you be the one being bullied.
Bet Size - Deciding how much you to bet can be used to tip
off your opponents on a possible hand or to hide your hand from
them. Using proper betting techniques will in the long run allow
you to take down more pots and reduce your loses.
Position - Another strategy that should always be used in
addition to bankroll management. Playing position allows you to
minimize your loses at the table and gives you information about
your opponents thus enabling you with information to make the