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  • Little League Coach Gets Probation

    One of the accused caught up in an underground Staten Island, New York poker game recently was sentenced, but avoided any jail time despite is involvement.

    30. Januar 2015 Pokerwelt

  • Poker Meals

    Poker and food are not necessarily an obvious combination, but one pop up eatery in England is merging the two into an interesting concept.

    30. Januar 2015 Pokerwelt

  • No Poker for Phua

    As a child, when I got in trouble, the first punishment doled out was that I could not play my Nintendo. Well, it seems like the Courts in Las Vegas have taken a page from my parent’s playbook after deciding that Wei Seng «Paul» Phua and Darren Wai Kit Phua are not allowed to play poker while they are out on bail awaiting trial.

    29. Januar 2015 Pokerwelt

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  • The Preflop Player vs. The Postflop Player

    Today, we are going to discuss two conflicting but legitimate strategies: being a predominantly preflop player or a predominantly postflop player. Hopefully, you can see where you fit in the spectrum and use this newfound understanding to play to your own strengths.

    27. Januar 2015 Poker-Strategie

  • Playing Against Short Stackers

    Today, we will discuss how to play against short stackers in ring games (aka cash games, as opposed to tournaments) to maximize your success.

    7. Januar 2015 Poker-Strategie

  • To Peek or Not to Peek

    When it comes to when you should look at your cards in a live game, there are two schools of though, each with valid ideas. Today, we will be discussing when to look at your cards in a live game, including the relative benefits of the two primary philosophies.

    30. Dezember 2014 Poker-Strategie

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Question of the week #136

You’re playing a 5 cash game with $10/$20 blinds with A9 in the small blind. You have bet all three streets out of position and on the river the board shows K10QJ6 with no flush possibilities. What should you do?

What should you do?

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