Float On – Do You know How to Bluff-Call?

By on July 5, 2017

Before we begin, floating in poker or floating a poker table does not mean a floating poker table. Don’t start imagining a bunch of people playing poker in a pool with the table floating on the water. Or a poker player lounging in a pool. That’s a very different kind of floating. The kind we are going to be talking about is a concept. A poker strategy, if you may.

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Strategies for Long Deep Stack Tournaments

By on July 5, 2017

Deep stack poker tournaments are those where players have a stack that is at least 100 times the big blind, and generally more. Such tournaments require a different strategy, because for one, they obviously tend to go on for longer, looking at the stack size. You don’t want to go grinding hard for an entire day and then lose your hard-earned stack in one wrong move.

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Using a Poker Calculator to Win Sit and Go Tournaments

By on July 5, 2017

You may know already that sit and go action is where a good, solid poker bankroll can be built. You get to choose your maximum risk, and play against a variety of talent giving you plenty of value for your buy-in, unfortunately, most poker calculators are not designed for sit and go poker. They calculate odds based on pot size, position, draws, and betting – but only for cash games. If you’re like me and play mostly sit and go poker, you have to make moves counter to your poker calculator recommendations to be in the money consistently. These situations will occur when you are short stacked, when you are playing against a maniac, when you are chip leader, when you are heads up, and when you are 3rd place of 3 left.

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