This article covers the discussion of 3-betting pre flop and how it will lead to more profitable situations in the long run.
Ed Miller introduces us to the free-showdown play. He talks about the strengths and weaknesses that come along with making this play.
Mike Caro discusses deception in poker and how it is not always a profitable decision.
Eric "Rizen" Lynch
Lynch discusses the evolution of poker and how critical it is to adapt your game accordingly.
Nick discusses the very difficult "squeeze play" and goes over why it can be a very dangerous or profitable play.
Justin Bonomo goes into detail about the proper pre-flop bet sizing. You always hear to raise the same amount every hand but Justin discusses why this might not be the best strategy.
Phil discusses the strategy of slow playing with a short stack in a tournament and how to maximize the value of your hand.
Stephen Murphy discusses the topic of chopping. Shockingly little is written about chopping at final tables, which can be an intense few minutes of negotiation that often leads to the gain or loss of huge sums of money.
This article talks about starting hands in Razz and which ones you should play
Ray talks about the importance of protecting your blinds and how it will put fear in opponents at the table
This article talks about the very tough decisions everyone faces and things to think about when deciding on your actions.
This article discusses when the right time is to make a call to gain information on a hand rather than raising.
Bryan stresses the importance of confidence and the negative results you can encounter if you lose it
This is a great article about attacking tight players at the table and accumulating chips without ever showing your hand.
Negreanu talks about when the right time it is to take a stand in tournament action and not get eaten up by the antes and blinds.
this article goes into the decision making process of calling raises with small pocket pairs.
This article touches on bankroll management and players who play too low of stakes. Grapsfan shows examples of the games you should be playing in with your skill level and bankroll.
This article touches on "staying fresh" with poker so you do not encounter a "burnout" like all players do at some point in their careers.
Steve covers more concepts of probabilities and odds to help improve your game.
Steve Zolotow is here to give you some basic understanding of probability theory and discuss some of its practical applications.
Ed Miller talks about how to play aces the correct way to maximize value out of pokers strongest hand
Guy explains a few key mistakes that players make on the river and why they are so costly
Greg Raymer discusses the decision making process of what to do when the action is folded down to you in the small blind.
Daniel Negreanu discusses explaining the idea of being a "pro poker player" to those not in the world. It's a good read for anyone who's trying to figure out how to tell their family they plan on trying to make a living playing poker, and how it's not just "gambling".
Tommy Angelo discusses tilting, and the psychology behind it.
David Williams discusses having a plan for the hand when you make a bet
Bonomo talks about the range differences between cash games and tournaments.
Tony Dunst explains how to approach both good and bad players in MTTs given different dynamics.
High Stakes MTT player Tony Dunst (Bond18) discusses the recent trends in online poker in this article for pocketfives.
This pocketfives article discusses the basic concepts behind staking, and what's important to consider when deciding if you want to be staked.