In this article, I will give you a few tips to help make your trip to the World Series of Poker a success.
This hand is from a $10,000 WPT event I played at Foxwoods. We had just gotten in the money. Once this happens, I tend to not get too out of line while waiting for the short stacks to bust, but I still try to chip up.
When you're playing poker, or doing anything else in life, it's extremely beneficial to think ahead.
In this article, I discuss my back-to-back wins at Beau Rivage's Million Dollar Heater tournament series.
When you're in a tough situation at the poker table, it's necessary to sit back and put all the pieces of the puzzle together to come up with an optimal decision.
Sometimes opponents allow you to win a pot when they clearly should not. I recently played this hand in a $1,500 preliminary event.
When you go from having lots of equity to none, crazy things start happening in your mind. I'm going to let you into my world and let you know what I do to stay sane when things go wrong when there is a lot of money on the line.
People always ask me, "When should I become a professional poker player?" To hopefully avoid re-answering the same again in the future, here are my thoughts on the subject.
There is much discussion over which style of play is better, one where you try to play lots of small pots, called "small ball," or one where you try to play a few large pots, called "long ball." Here's my take on the topic.
In this article, I suggest which hands you should open with based on your position.
I've come up with a few tips that will greatly increase your expectation at a tournament series without even mentioning how to play. It should be noted these are tips for players who want to have the highest expectation possible during a long series and o
When you beat an opponent out of a pot and make them feel dumb, don't be surprised if they go on tilt and compound their error by making another one shortly after the first. These two hands came up in a $1,500 multitable tournament at Beau Rivage.
In this article, I discuss my experience of having to handle multiple cold four-bets in the $25,000 high-roller event at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure.
There's a constant debate as to whether poker players should be allowed to wear sunglasses. Here's my take on the topic.
Often while playing poker, I'll look across the table and see one of my opponents glaring at me. When you spot someone giving you "the look," you can be fairly confident they're going to make a play at you sometime in the near future.