What kind of payoff are you expecting at the poker table in 2011? It it’s true that, “You seldom receive more than you expect,” it’s time to raise your expectations.
Poker lessons are everywhere. This video with Patrick Antonius and Phil Laak from High Stakes Poker is a perfect example of how to take your time making decisions at the poker table and in life.
When you are trying to determine your correct action at the poker table, the cards you hold are the last thing to consider… certainly not the least important, but the last to consider. Keep in mind these 10 questions in your decision-making process.
My husband’s favorite TV sitcom is Two and a Half Men. He just told me about an episode he saw last night with a vivid poker lesson.
What do you do when you misplay a poker hand? Do you berate yourself for screwing up, or do you go about fixing where you goofed?
Poker lessons everywhere! Who would ever think that having your host server hacked could result in a right-on poker lesson? One of the ways I coach my poker playing students is helping them hear that ever-so-tiny voice inside. Doyle Brunson even talks about it.