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Avoid Tilt in Poker By Getting Real

Drawing upon “choice theory” and “reality therapy,” Dr. Tricia Cardner shares some practical advice about how to avoid tilt at the tables.

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Cash Advances, Vol. 1: Semi-Bluffing Backdoor Draws

Carlos Welch starts a new series on cash-game strategy called “Cash Advances” in which he shares stories reflecting some of the advances in his game.

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Four Tips for Navigating Large Low Buy-In Online Poker Tournament Fields

Low buy-in, large field online tournaments can be a very profitable form of poker if approached with the right strategy and a lot of patience.

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Reviewing the Gap Concept, Part 2

Aaron Hendrix completes a two-part series reviewing David Sklansky’s “Gap Concept” and how it applies to preflop decisions to raise, reraise, or fold.

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Playing the Big Stack in Tournament Poker

Having a big stack in a tourney is an enviable position for a poker player. Learn how to take advantage and grow your stack even more.

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Reviewing the Gap Concept, Part 1

In the first of a two-part series, Aaron Hendrix reviews David Sklansky’s “Gap Concept” and how it applies to preflop decisions to raise, reraise, or fold.

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Deliberate Practice: Four Steps to Improve Your Poker Game

Dr. Tricia Cardner explains how “deliberate practice” can add much needed focus to your study of poker to help improve your game.

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Showing Your Hand on a River Showdown

When a player bluffs the river, gets called, then mucks, in some cases the opponent doesn’t have to show to collect. Is bet-mucking like this ever correct?

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Cash Catastrophes, Vol. 4: Hero Calling Unexpected River Bets

In his “Cash Catastrophes” series, Carlos Welch looks back on cash game hands to identify mistakes to learn how to avoid them going forward.

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Thinking Poker: Getting Full Value from Strong Hands

Andrew Brokos discusses a hand in which he managed to earn full value with a strong hand by reading the situation correctly and not being hamstrung by risk aversion.

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CardRunners Training: Bluffing at $200NL 6-Max. with Ben “BenaBadBeat” Raven

CardRunners instructor Ben “BenaBadBeat” Raven analyzes an intriguing hand of $ 200NL 6-max. in which he tries a triple-barrel bluff versus a tough opponent.

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