Min-Raising Has Become a Conservative Move


Earl Burton - Nov 16th

While watching this year’s World Series of Poker Championship Event final table, I noticed something that has become commonplace, the practice of min-raising. It wasn’t like I was noticing a new p [...]

When In the Blinds, You Don’t ALWAYS Have To Defend

category Earl Burton - Sep 21st

One of the things that I see in virtually all cash games and tournaments is players, when they are in either the big or small blind, defending them as if they were their first-born child. Despite [...]

Starting Off Your New Poker Year Correctly

category Earl Burton - Jan 3rd

Whether you are a professional or just a casual player, the start of a new year wipes the slate clean for everyone involved in poker. Everyone’s reset back to zero as to winnings, there’ [...]

When There’s Three Bets, Slow It Down

category Earl Burton - Jul 18th

One of the things that I noticed at this year’s World Series of Poker was the amount of action that was going on pre-flop on some hands. Players were laying out three, four, even as much a [...]

Using Obvious Plays to Your Benefit

category Jeremy Miller - Feb 20th

There are certain situations where it can be more than beneficial to take obvious plays and turn them into your favor. Have you ever called down a bet that was so clearly a bluff only for yo [...]

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