Pocket Kings is one of the most powerful starting hands in No Limit Hold’em. KK is also known as ‘cowboys’, though, if luck isn’t on your side, you might find ‘Ace magnets’ a more fitting moniker. Even though KK is such a powerful starting hand, it can still create confusion for beginner-intermediate […]
Today I want to talk to you about studying poker in and share my study routine with you. This is especially useful if you don’t already have one, but if you do have a study routine, you can take bits and pieces of this process and improve your own. The thing that
Folding is the least sexy topic in poker. Folding is just so…final. Your cards hit the muck, you concede the pot to your opponent, and you’re off to the next hand. But the honest truth is that poker players fall into two main categories: There is a third type of player though.
Poker contains a lot of repetitive math, especially when studying poker hands away from the table. While you can use software to do a lot of this math, sometimes a good ‘ol fashioned spreadsheet is the best way to visualize and play with the numbers. So to save you a tremendous amount
Preflop play should be fairly simple, but most players struggle preflop because they lack a plan. So to make your life easier, I put together my preflop poker checklist that you can begin using in your next session. This preflop checklist contains just 6 things that will keep you focused on the
Pocket Tens are a huge source of frustration for poker players. It’s a complex starting hand that requires strategic decision-making both before and after the flop. Despite its challenges, pocket Tens remain one of the strongest starting hands that can be dealt. So let’s take some time to delve into the science
King Queen (KQ) hand is a relatively strong hand that creates tons of confusion. Today, we shall examine the science of playing King Queen, exploring its strengths and potential pitfalls and giving you some simple tips so you can play it effectively.
You know the thrill of getting pocket aces. However, shifting from preflop excitement to postflop uncertainty with AA can be a rollercoaster of emotions. Suddenly, the delight of a promising preflop situation can turn into a challenging postflop scenario, leaving you uncertain whether to hold on to your single pair or gracefully
In the poker world, there is a famous saying that goes, “There are three ways to play Pocket Jacks, and all of them are wrong.” Most players can relate to this sentiment about JJ since it is often considered one of the trickiest and most frustrating starting hands to play. What makes
Pocket Queens, or QQ, is often seen as the red-headed stepchild of premium pocket pairs. Most players are super excited when they’re dealt AA and KK, quite cautious with JJ and TT, but QQ sits smack dab in the middle. But when you know how pocket queens actually perform and have a