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Why you need to become a better poker player: Guest Post by Carl “The Dean” Sampson

Some years ago I was of the opinion that playing multiple tables was a waste of time simply because no player could play as well whilst playing multiple tables. This opinion lacked in depth knowledge and [...]

Top 5 Differences Between Professional Poker and Professional Blackjack: Guest Post by Colin Jones

For nearly a decade, I made my entire income from card counting at blackjack. More often than not, people who knew about it would mistakenly ask, “How’s poker going?” I’d usually just reply, “Well, it’s blackjack, [...]

A Failed Prediction: No Limit Holdem Still #1 Worldwide: Guest Post by Lorin Yelle

Perhaps as far back as 7 years ago, a prediction I had read by several high stakes pros was that Pot Limit Omaha would eventually overtake No Limit Holdem as the game of choice. Being that [...]

Are you playing for long enough? Guest post by Carl “The Dean” Sampson

There are a multitude of reasons why novices and even many advanced novices do not make money playing online poker. One little discussed topic is session length. When you play live poker then this usually means [...]

An Outside Look at Online Poker in the USA: Guest Post by David L

It’s been so long since players from the USA actually inhabited online poker tables freely and legally it’s hard to remember what it was like. Since the UIGEA there’s been a daily barrage of blog posts [...]

Hearing too many voices: Guest Post by Carl “The Dean” Sampson

As a very avid poker player then I obviously read or make it my goal to read as much as possible. I do this for numerous reasons, firstly I love poker, secondly I want to educate [...]

No Respect: Guest Post by Ian M.

In case you haven’t heard, Phil Hellmuth captured his 13 WSOP bracelet the other week in Cannes. It was his second bracelet of the year after taking down the $2500 Razz event in Las Vegas earlier [...]

“Card Counting is Illegal” and 4 Other Myths Casinos Want You to Believe by Colin Jones

1. Card Counting is Illegal The most common gambling myth I have to debunk is the idea that card counting is illegal. Even some local police officers are in the dark on this one (yes, I’ve [...]