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Every New Black Chip Poker Player from the moment they deposit already has a chance to boost their bankroll.

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Pot Limit Omaha Redraws Article

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In Pot-Limit Omaha, the best hand on the flop may not be the best hand at all. It is all about the “outs” – the cards that will improve your hand as the board develops. If you have the nut straight and there is a flush draw on board, then any flush draw will hugely improve your hand, but, particularly when playing deep stacked, a good rule of thumb when drawing is to try to be the one who is drawing to the nuts. If you improve and there is still betting, you want to know where you stand or you will face some hard decisions. At a full table, the pot will very often end up going to the player holding the best possible hand. If there are three flush cards on the board, the winning... [Read More]


Stealing The Blinds

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The middle stages of a poker tournament can be a tortuous and tedious experience for even the most seasoned pro. The long trek toward the money, combined with a variety of potentially tricky scenarios you may face along the way, make it difficult to come up with one sure-fire strategy to help you through. That said, one aspect of mid-tourney play that is extremely important is picking up pots pre-flop.

If you have been card dead in the first few levels you may only have as many chips as what you started with, or you may have been lucky enough to double or triple up early on. You may be minutes or hours away from making the money, depending on the number of entrants, and... [Read More]


Playing Heads Up

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Heads-up play is one of the most important aspects of poker, and many players could benefit from strengthening this part of their game.

Position is crucial in heads-up play. So is aggression and reading your opponent. In fact, playing aggressively in position can often be the deciding factor in whether or not you win the pot. You can have a much worse hand, but if you trust your reads, you can often take the pot with the right board.

I don't recommend playing that many raised pots out of position - in other words, don't call a lot of raises from the big blind. Hands like two face cards, A-8 and up, and pairs are worth re-raising with. Hands like 8-7 suited... [Read More]


5 Tips to Improve Your Full Tilt Super Turbo Game

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Full Tilt’s super turbo sit and go’s have a very unique structure which can make them very profitable if you know how to use this unique structure to your advantage. In the super turbo’s players start with only 300 chips and the blinds at 15/30, with the blinds increasing every 3 minutes. Full Tilt’s super turbo tourneys can be a good value for the player because the fee is a little bit lower than usual and because a lot of the players who play them do it when they are on tilt because they feel the super turbo’s are just lotteries. However, I’m here to tell you they are not lotteries and there are many ways to increase your advantage in these... [Read More]


Betting Out Of Position

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Every Holdem strategy guide talks about the importance of positional advantage. The standard thinking is that the player who acts last has more information than his opponents, so he will have a better sense of where he stands in a hand and can, therefore, make better decisions. There is no doubt that this is true, but it is important to understand that the power that comes with position is often granted to the late-position player by the early-position player.

I will give an example, consider a pretty typical No-Limit holdem hand. Say that I am in the big blind with 7s-8s - a nice, flop-worthy hand. The player on the button raises to three times the big blind and I... [Read More]


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