Top 5 Posts of 2018

2018 is coming to a close. Congrats on surviving it! Today I wanted to share my top 5 posts of 2018. If you enjoyed them, please share them with your friends!

My 10 Most Influential Poker Players

No one is an island. Without stumbling into these 10 players, I would not be the person I am today.

My Pokerography Episode

PokerGo gave me the immense honor of having a Pokerography episode made about my life, and then was kind enough to make it free for everyone to watch. Thanks PokerGo!

When to Continuation Bet and How Much

When players used to fold too often, I would continuation bet 100% of the time and print money. That stopped working, so I had to figure out the optimal strategy. A simple set of guidelines to have you continuation betting well is outlined in this video.

The Bankroll Bible

I get tons of questions about bankroll management, so I loaded all my advice into this one epic blog post.

Watch Once You Have Won $1,000,000 – Featuring Mike Sexton

Mike Sexton and I explain numerous tips to help you hold onto your money that we wish we knew when we first came into it.

Thank you for your continued support throughout 2018. Without you, I would not be living the life of my dreams. I hope 2019 is your best year yet! Love life and run hot!

6 thoughts on “Top 5 Posts of 2018”

  1. of all the free webinars of yours that I have watched, the one I enjoyed the most was the one where you featured Mike Sexton. He was the most articulate, well spoken guest that I have seen so far. Which is important to me, as I have heard poker players being described as a bunch of degenerates, in the past. But the rest of your guests have not been all that impressive in that particular respect. I also read what you said about Mike in your top posts of 2018 blog; and in regards to giving credit where credit is due, it is hard not to admire him. However, as one who plays on ClubWPT, I can attest to the fact that everything he says about that site is totally false, in fact. It is an allin fest, for the most part. Just like play money sites. Which, admittedly, is due in large part to the ridiculously small starting stacks, and the 6 minute rounds. So, in reality, it is nothing like real poker.

  2. Mike sexton podcast was awesome. I can see why party poker hired him. Charismatic and humble!

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