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How to Effectively Play Out of the Poker Blinds

Playing the poker blinds is difficult for many beginning poker players. What makes the poker blinds dangerous is that most people don’t realize they’re playing…

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Best Texas Hold’em Poker Tournament | How to Play Poker

If you’ve been putting your poker skills to work, you’re probably getting tired of playing with the same group of people every week. You want…

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How to Play Pocket Sevens in Cash Games

Let’s talk about the hockey sticks! Pocket Sevens is one of those “good, but not easy to play” hands. Middling pairs are strong hands that…

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How to Play Double-Paired Boards in Cash Games

When the turn brings a card that puts two pairs on the board — K♠ K♥ 8♥ 8♠, for example — you may find yourself…

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Play Like a Pro When The Turn Pairs The Middle Card

When the turn card pairs the board in a heads-up pot, the dynamic between the players changes greatly. This article will help you play these…

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How to Play A9-A6 Suited in Cash Games

Middling suited Aces are pretty strong hands. You should often play a hand like A♠ 9♠ when it’s dealt to you, but it’s obviously not…

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How to Play Trips (As the Preflop Raiser and Caller)

Playing trips can be pretty simple in some situations, but there are some small nuances that you might be missing. If you are indeed missing…

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How to Play Queen-Jack Suited in Cash Games

Queen-Jack suited is a damn good hand in No Limit Hold’em. It can flop strong pairs, strong open-enders, flush draws, and gutshots. It often has…

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Should You Ever Play Offsuit Connectors in Cash Games?

Most of the time, low and medium offsuit connectors are pretty worthless and should be folded. However, there are some instances, mostly from the Big…

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How You Should Play Four Flush Boards (But Probably Don’t)

(Note: Video not loading? Click here to watch it on YouTube or read on for a written version.) Boards with four cards of the same…

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