|Poker Strategy|Dec 6, 2016 |Poker Strategy|Dec 6, 2016 The text below is based on the video above. Most poker players misplay monotone flops (a flop with three cards of the same suit). This is likely because they are under-researched. When poker players study, they … [Read more...] about Poker Millionaire Reveals His Strategy on Monotone Flops (♠️ ♠️ ♠️)
|Poker Strategy|Nov 19, 2019 |Poker Strategy|Nov 19, 2019 Humans are results oriented creatures. When we lose a hand we’ll go over it in our heads numerous times. Yet when we win a hand we often don’t give it a second thought. However, when analyzing your play, it’s … [Read more...] about Flopping Top Set in a $1,000,000 Tournament (Analysis)
|Poker Strategy|Nov 10, 2019 |Poker Strategy|Nov 10, 2019 All of the world's top poker players have something in common: they play extremely aggressively. Playing aggressively allows you to put tremendous pressure on your opponents, which oftentimes forces them to … [Read more...] about Firing a Triple Barrel Bluff with 6♣️ 5♣️ on K-7-4 (Analysis)
|Poker Strategy|Nov 12, 2019 |Poker Strategy|Nov 12, 2019 As I said in part 1 and part 2 of the series, blind vs blind battles are happening way more often than they used to. This means there is more money to be won in these increasingly common spots. The focus of … [Read more...] about How to Win Your Blind vs Blind Battles (as the Preflop Raiser)
If facing a turn check-raise has ever made you hate life, this is the article for you. We are about to go over both the theoretical and practical aspects of this situation so you can quickly identify the winningest strategy for your given hand. Table of Contents: General Advice … [Read more...] about How to React to a Check-Raise on the Turn: Theory vs Practice
|Poker Strategy|Jul 5, 2019 |Poker Strategy|Jul 5, 2019 You're about to improve your final table skills with Nick Petrangelo's third and final free strategy video before the release of his new course High Stakes MTT Sessions. Nick starts the video with a short … [Read more...] about Bluff-Raising the River with $38,381 on the Line (Analysis)
|Poker Strategy|Jun 28, 2019 |Poker Strategy|Jun 28, 2019 As promised, Nick Petrangelo is back to help you improve your tournament skills. The focus of this hand review video is blind versus blind strategy, but some money bubble-related concepts come up as … [Read more...] about Super High Rollers BATTLE on the Money Bubble (Analysis)
High stakes tournament BOSS Nick Petrangelo is here to bolster your multiway pot game. He's also got a special announcement about a new project he's been working on. Watch below! Ready for video #2? Watch it here! Share This Video with Your Friends: … [Read more...] about Advance Your Multiway Skills with Nick Petrangelo (Free Video)
|Poker Strategy|May 10, 2019 |Poker Strategy|May 10, 2019 With 5 players left in the 2019 EPT Monte Carlo Main Event, Ryan Riess and Manig Loeser played a hand that shocked poker fans around the world. Here's what the stacks looked like before the hand was … [Read more...] about When a WSOP Champ Called All-in with Ten-High (Analysis)
I was just listening to a podcast with Doug Polk and Andres "Educa-p0ker" Artinano. This quote from Andres stood out (paraphrased): Solvers are very good for studying the preflop and flop strategy, but not so useful for studying the turn and the river. Andres is basically … [Read more...] about When to Avoid a Solver’s “GTO” Plays
Why do we bet? This question has fascinated the best poker players for decades now. The legendary David Sklansky probably had the biggest contribution to the unraveling of the reasons behind fundamentally sound betting. Until recent years, the consensus was that there are two … [Read more...] about The Only Two Valid Reasons to Bet in Poker (Every Other Reason is Wrong)
Like I said in part 1 of this series, a quick way to increase your win-rate is to improve your c-betting strategy in 3-bet pots. Last time you learned about c-betting in position (IP) as the 3-bettor on two different types of flops (coordinated and uncoordinated). Today you'll … [Read more...] about How to Win More Chips When Out of Position in 3-Bet Pots
A quick way to increase your win-rate is to improve your c-betting strategy in 3-bet pots. This article series will help you get ahead of your competition by improving your understanding of these crucial spots. In this first part, we'll take a look at c-betting in position (IP) … [Read more...] about When Should You Bet on the Flop After 3-Betting?
You're about to learn about a powerful play that was kept secret for years by elite poker pros. It's called "the weak lead", and it entails leading on the turn into a player who just c-bet the flop. If you're thinking "isn’t this called donk-betting?" the answer is yes! A … [Read more...] about This Poker “Cheat Code” Will Help You Win More Hands
|Poker News & History, Poker Quizzes, Poker Strategy|Dec 24, 2018 |Poker News & History, Poker Quizzes, Poker Strategy|Dec 24, 2018 Have you considered upgrading your skills with an Upswing Poker training course? Read on! Take this quick quiz to find out which … [Read more...] about [QUIZ] Which Upswing Poker Training Course is Made for You?
Poker theory can baffle new players, partly because they have preconceived notions about the game -- they’ll say things like, “look him in the eye and you’ll know if he’s bluffing,” or, “I had a feeling that raising was the right play.” Usually, these players learn the hard way … [Read more...] about 3 Spots You Should Actually Consider Minimum Defense Frequency (And 3 Spots You Shouldn’t)