1. Today I’m running better so I ran my stack of $200 to $1400. I won two big pots by flopping an set and playing it straight forward. The second set I had, the old man couldn’t fold top 2, so he stacks off for 175 big blinds ($350 or so)Read the rest of this entry »
since a lot of my visitors are non-poker players I thought I would throw in a basic introduction to Bankroll Management, also referred to as Equity Management.Read the rest of this entry »
1. Part of playing poker is learning how to conduct oneself – since you’re sitting at the poker table with other plebs losing big money, where emotions run high and the ego is on the stake, people tend to be emotionally volatile when they play.Read the rest of this entry »
I finally made it back to my place in LV. That was one hell of a journey. One of the coolest yet one of the worst trips of my life.Read the rest of this entry »
Thanks to Grant Rodiek and Hyperbole Games for providing a review copy of this game.
I am not a Poker player. I got into watching it back in 2003 when Chris Moneymaker won the World Series of Poker, but I never have been very good at it. I just can’t get the hang of the betting/bluffing aspect. Now, here’s a game that takes the basic idea of Poker and turns it on its head, taking away much of the randomness and introducing strategic elements. It’s calledRead the rest of this entry »