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.
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With little time for socializing, poker coach Donna Blevins meets her husband online! Donna loves the competitive aspects of poker that require concentration and focus, but poker tournaments’ long hours often leave little time for social gatherings.
Proud of her roots in the Applachian Mountains of Virginia, Poker Coach Donna Blevins shares intimate details of her family upbringing along with a just found photo from the 1930’s.
Florida poker players rights are in jeopardy. Florida State legislation is under consideration that would, if enacted, mean you as a Florida resident could only play poker online with other Florida residents. Ultimately, fewer players, fewer games, fewer stakes and limits, and the lack of freedom of choice.
There’s plenty of play in this women’s poker tournament on March 6 in Orange Park, Florida, just south of Jacksonville. With 30-minute levels and 20,000 chips to start, this is THE PLACE to be this weekend!
Poker gets the attention of the audience, and poker coach and speaker Donna Blevins keeps it with her humor, charm, and unusual approach to life. Sure, she’s heads above the rest at 6’5 tall, but that is just the beginning of what makes her stand out.
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.
ShareRemember to BREATHE and move to the moment before you take ACTION. This is a good rule of thumb in life as well as at the poker table. Breathe deliberately three times like this: in slowly through your nose; hold for a slow count of five; then, release through your mouth, slowly and gently. Something […]
ShareIn POKER, there are five ACTIONS: check, bet, fold, call, and raise. Whether at the poker table, or in your life, before you decide on what action to take, pause, and ask yourself, "Based on the information at hand at this moment in time, what is my correct action?" "Correct" is the operative word. You can […]
Just after Greg Raymer won the 2004 WSOP® Main Event Championship, I met him at the Bicycle Casino in Los Angeles, CA. When I asked him what counsel he had for people learning to play poker, he said that players often feel they must use fancy moves to win at poker. When, in fact, ABC poker will usually get them much further, especially in tournament poker.