This blog was inspired by this video, Selbst v Baumann in the WSOP ME. It’s a good hand if you haven’t seen it already: https://youtu.be/Dd_VJ6l29-k I advocate studying poker, if you want to make a profit, or even just... Continue Reading →
20 mins from Evan at gripsed.com on mid/late stage stack building in MTTs. It's beginner strategy, but I think this is relevant to a lot of experienced players, especially cash players who don't play many tourneys, or smaller field players who occasionally... Continue Reading →
This guy is very clever, he has a long list of qualifications and achievements in poker, and life in general. My favourite fact about him is that he was part of the MIT BlackJack team that was featured in book... Continue Reading →
This is a 30 minute documentary about online poker. Interesting viewing for anyone considering playing professionally, and has personal interviews with four young pro-players. There is a brilliant section of the video where the professional players' thoughts on how to play a hand... Continue Reading →
"When I read/study poker in the newly available time originally allotted to poker anyway, I find that the next day, I sit down to a new session with a bit more hope. I feel like I have something else to expect from this game, because I feel like I have something new to bring."
"Nor is this me sabotaging my casino career by blowing the whistle on a giant industry secret. This information is, and has been for many years, available to me in a leaflet in the foyer. The casino industry is required, by law, to exactly inform their clients how they make their profit on their main product. Do you get the same from other leisure industries? Or the Financial Services?"