Poker Guides Archive

How to Play Good Guys Bad Guys – Learn how to play a new fun card game, Good Guys Bad Guys Poker, a wacky game with big pot potential....
Compilation of active and informative Canada poker forum websites. Since the dawn of the internet, forums have provided a place for every day people like you and me to get together, ask questions, and share information about a specific topic. For Canada’s countless card players, poker forums have been a primary resource for news,...
This is just the beginning of what is to become an exhaustive list of personally reviewed multi-player poker apps to play with friends and others online, for fun or real money....
Phil unveiled the secrets of this zoomorphic assignments, explaining how and why he classifies each opponent as a poker animal. They why is simple – it's easier to associate each face with an animal than a literary label. The how makes more sense we dig deeper into the inner-working of his mind....
Should Daniel Negreanu’s More Hold’em Wisdom for All Players be a part of your library of literary poker strategies? There aren’t many live or online poker players who harvest the respect of Canada’s knight in mirrored armor, Daniel ‘Kid Poker‘ Negreanu. His poker game goes far beyond intrinsic skills and strategies. Daniel’s abilities are...
Etymology of Daniel Negreanu’s Power Hold’em Strategy book in today’s poker world. There are few poker players in the world more famous than Daniel ‘Kid Poker‘ Negreanu. He’s a gregarious player with an extraordinary ability to read opponents. He’s famous for calling out a player’s hand strength, if not exact hole cards, based merely...
Practical review of Daniel Negreanu’s first poker book, Hold’em Wisdom for All Players. Mathematicians and professional gamblers alike are famous for scripting strategy guides. Stanford Wong‘s Professional Blackjack, Edward Thorp‘s Beat the Dealer, Doyle Brunson‘s Super System; all are prolific documents authored by phenomenal players of their respective games. There’s no argument that Daniel...
Does your poker game have a perceivably passive or aggressive personality? We’ve been talking recently about identifiable player types; labels that make others easier to read and exploit. Yesterday’s segment, entitled Get a Grip on Poker, deals with the difference between loose and tight play, and the hand range equated to each. Today, we’re...
Comparative theory of poker grip – loose versus tight hand selection. There are a lot of different player types out there. Pay enough attention, and you can throw multiple labels on everyone you come up against on the felt. Two of the most common types you can expect to come across are loose poker...
A close-up look at small-ball poker, the modern-day bet sizing strategy of Daniel Negreanu. It wasn’t too long ago that tournaments thrived on big bets from big players. You were either a weak limper, or an aggressive pot-multiplying raiser. The unleashing of so much aggression is what reduced the fields so quickly. The aggressors...