## TAG Poker Strategy: Explained

Of the 6 major player types, TAG is the most important.  The average grinder employs a TAG poker strategy, and many players should learn a TAG style before doing anything else.  TAG is an abbreviation for “Tight Aggressive” and is in between a nit and a LAG.  In this guide, you will […]

## Learning Poker: 6 Things To Learn First

When I started learning poker, the entire space was different. We didn’t have solvers or many great training materials, and most of the books out there were garbage. But times have changed, and there are plenty of resources available to help you improve your game. That said, it can still be overwhelming

## Poker Expected Value (EV) Formula

Poker EV, short for expected value, is the most vital mathematical concept in poker.  When we say that something is +EV it means the play is expected to be profitable in the long run.  Whereas a play that is -EV is expected to lose us money in the long run.   The

## The Preflop Poker Checklist

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

## SPR Strategy And Concept In Poker

SPR, short for stack-to-pot-ratio, is a powerful concept that can help you take better lines both preflop and postflop. If you can understand and apply SPR strategy in poker you will have a mathematical framework for commitment. Here is the SPR formula: SPR = Effective Stack Size / Pot Size We simply

## Free Pot Odds & Implied Odds Poker Calculators

Odds in poker can be a bit…odd. So let’s break down pot odds, implied odds, and give you some free tools so you can quickly calculate these on your own. Or skip ahead to the calculator for you: Pot Odds Calculator (Facing Bets) Offering Pot Odds Calculator (Making Bets) Implied Odds Calculator

## How Would I Learn Poker From Scratch In 2024?

When I first entered poker back in 2004, the landscape was quite different than it is today. Back during the ‘Moneymaker Boom’ there were a couple of poker forums worth visiting, a few pieces of poker software, and a limited number of books that deserved a read. Now, the poker learning landscape

## How To Play Pocket Tens (TT)

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

## How Much Poker Money Do You Need To Play?

Do you know the two most important things needed to play poker?  Money and discipline.  Without discipline you are destined to lose all of your poker money…and without poker money, you won’t actually be able to play.  This is why BRM, or bankroll management, is so important. A good BRM strategy ensures

## How To Play King Queen (KQ)

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.

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