Scott: It’s episode #20 of, “The Postflop Poker Podcast.” The show for serious recreational player, who is looking to improve their game. And since it is a milestone episode, the big 2-0, we’ve got a great show lined up for you. The hand that is sure to bust more people, than an ‘80’s cop movie. I am of course talking about flopping top pair, top kicker, or TP-TK as the kids like to say these days.Read More
The first in our 'Vote for Vids' poker strategy series, Ben "Gamb64" Hayles takes us through the strategy behind playing middle pair.
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The aggression statistic(s) is part of the traditional “holy trinity” of stats (VPIP/PFR/AF), and it is certainly the most useful “general” postflop statistic that becomes meaningful after just 200-300 hands.
However, through speaking to many of my coaching clients, I am acutely aware of 2 problems relating to these statistics:
1. People misunderstand the statistics
2. People ignore the statisticsRead More
One of the single biggest reasons why people fail to become good poker players is that they rush decisions. There are a whole host of sub-reasons why people rush decisions. When I am coaching clients, I often pose this question and get a wide variety of answers. This is not a minor issue. It is absolutely fundamental to your poker game.Read More
Mike Turner’s excellent book Crushing Low Stakes Poker Volume I provides a general action plan for beating lower stakes NL Holdem sit n go's and tournaments. It is a resourceful, modern ebook and Mike is your strategic planner, preparing you for the road ahead, helping you to avoid pitfalls. His writing style is easy to read and persuasive.Read More
A few years ago I made a video presentation for sitngogrinders now purchased by husng.com entitled “No C-bet”. In the presentation I outlined 8 different scenarios in which you may choose not to C-bet. All of these situations will recur in examples throughout this book, but it is useful to examine them altogether:Read More