One of the ways to improve your own play, or discover weaknesses in opponents, is to study hand history. Those hands which seem like surefire winners all too often turn out to be coin flips — or worse — in the cold light of day.
An accelerated learning curve, or a worldly wise head? Which is the strongest trait of a poker player? Which road have you traveled to learn poker?
Is a string of good or bad luck really that unlikely? Read on about how to test your luck, along with tips on how to calculate a sample.
If you really want to understand the game of poker and hone your skills at the tables, you need to understand the odds!
How do you figure out what your opponents’ ranges may be? Observe their behavior. We share some tips in this article.
How does game theory and the Split or Steal game apply to poker decisions? Read our article to learn more.
In our recent blog article, we shared some tips on how to spot a liar at a live poker table. Playing online can be much tougher! Wary of a bluff coming your way? Alan25main shares some tips you can use detect them at Replay’s tables.
What should you do after you fold? Don’t just tune out until you play again! Read our tips on how to fill the downtime productively.
Are limpers and “calling stations” bringing you down at the tables? Learn how to successfully handle these inexperienced players.
What are premium starting hands in Seven Card Stud? They’re different than what you may be used to in Hold’em. Alan25main shares his top selections below, along with hands you should be wary of.