Time left:. You are currently on partypoker. Visit our New Jersey website here to register and play for real money.
This makes it much easier to read your post and understand the situation, which will help get you better feedback. For every self-promotional item you share blogs, vlogs, streams, etc. When sharing your stream, please remove the thread after the stream has ended.
Home-game players want the same thrills as they see on TV but at stakes they can afford. The great thing about home game tournaments is that smart players can make a killing at them. If you're thinking of playing in home game tournaments, here are a few tips to help you win more often.
Want to become a better player, fast? While geared to beginner players, these are poker tips even seasoned pros can reference once in a while. Probably the number one mistake beginning poker players make is that they play far too many hands.
Ever hear this or similar tirades from a player who looks like his head is going to explode? Here are some ways in which the comment above can have devastating consequences on your winnings at the poker table. Dinner just swam away.
Basic gambling skills will only take you so far at the card table. Eye movements can reflect the numerical value of card hands, suggests new research from Colorado College. Scientists found that when players had high-value hands, they tended to look to their right, while having worse cards led to more left glances.
Downswings are something that every single player goes through, it's one of the rougher parts of poker, it's something that I've struggled with, and people I've coached struggled with, and every single friend I know struggle with. I don't think you'll meet a poker player who has been playing poker consistently for a long time that hasn't experienced a downswing of some sort, but let me just start to define what I mean by downswing. Downswings are when you're playing well, you're playing good poker, you're making the right decisions, and no matter what happens you don't win.
It sucks to suck at things. And Texas Hold'em can be a frustrating game for beginners. Are you just unlucky? Are you making huge mistakes?
Cardplayer Lifestyle founder Robbie Strazynski recently mentioned that he would love to have me in his home game sometime, but he suspected that I would be a nit at the tables. I am proud to admit that in many home games I tend to nit it up, especially compared to other players. Here are a few reasons why your friend is being a nit in your home game.