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Cash Advances, Vol. 2: Checking to Improve Relative Position

In a new installment of “Cash Advances,” Carlos Welch explains the benefits of checking after the flop when out of position to gain information before acting.

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Open-Face Chinese Poker Hand Analysis with Alex Goulder

Alex “PercyPiece” Goulder analyzes a couple of hands of Pineapple Open-Face Chinese Poker played during the TonyBet OFC World Championship Main Event.

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Why I Am a Tournament Poker Player

He admits it’s a personal preference, but Matthew Pitt prefers multi-table poker tournaments over cash games. And he has lots of reasons why.

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Talking Poker: Barreling

This week’s installment of “Talking Poker” discusses what “barreling” is and when it makes sense to “barrel” with bets after the flop.

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If You Lose a Few Hands, Don’t Lose Your Mind

Occasionally players feel the need to “get even” after having lost early in a session, sometimes becoming emotionally affected as a result.

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Psychological Habits of Successful Poker Players: Choosing Excellence

“Positive Poker” author Dr. Tricia Cardner explains how one common trait of successful poker pros is their having consciously decided to choose excellence.

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CardRunners Training: Full Ring NLHE Cash with Ben “BenaBadBeat” Raven

CardRunners instructor Ben “BenaBadBeat” Raven discusses full ring cash game no-limit hold’em hands played at a variety of low-limit stakes.

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Assessing Playing Styles: Too Tight or Too Loose?

Beginning poker players are often too tight or too loose with their style, although being new they may not realize they are “too” anything just yet.

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Talking Poker: The Shootout

This week’s installment of “Talking Poker” discusses “shootout” tournaments and shares some tips for how to approach them.

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Thinking Poker: A Study in Blind Defense

Nate Meyvis takes a close look at a hand from a European Poker Tour Main Event final table that well demonstrated the importance blind defenses.

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How to Turn a Loss into a Win: A Three-Step Exercise

Dr. Tricia Cardner, author of “Postive Poker,” outlines a simple three-step exercise to improve your poker learning and turn losses into wins.

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