Tournaments are more dynamic than cash games. They force you into a lot of situations you’d never encounter otherwise, so to play them successfully, you need to be flexible.
There’s no denying that luck plays a huge roll in poker tournaments, but if you can grasp a few key concepts, you won’t be as reliant on the fickle affections of chance.
The 3 Key Ingredients to Winning NLH Poker TournamentsRead mORE
Let’s talk about every poker player’s favorite accessory, their backpack. A staple in the poker room, my backpack allows me to bring my essentials for my ten-hour (or longer) grind. The fact that I do not like playing short sessions makes my backpack even more important to me because I will be in the casino for long hours, especially during tournament series like the WSOP. I will share some of the key items I bring and hopefully give some of you some ideas for your next tournament series.Read More
After many years of spending 12 hours a day sitting with poor posture and playing poker, I realized I was not in great health. Thankfully, I made a change, got in shape, and learned a lot. Getting in shape will help you think more clearly, play your best for longer periods of time, and be happier! In this video, I will share with you some tips that I wish I knew 10 years ago.Read More
In this video, I am going to teach you the rules of the game, poker hand rankings, and a basic strategy to get you started playing! After this video, you will feel comfortable playing with friends and family, charity events, and fun home games.
The most important thing to do as you begin to play poker is to have fun! Do not get overwhelmed or devastated if you lose, just enjoy the experience.Read More
In this video, I will tell you the mindset flaw that is holding back thousands of small stakes players. If you fix this, you will find yourself playing your “A” game more often and always focusing on the things you can control. Let me know what you think!Read More
The first step to consistently win money in poker is to learn how to think in terms of hand ranges. It’s time to stop trying to put your opponents on one exact hand. Instead, analyze all of the possible hands that your opponents could have in any given situation. In this video, I will teach you how to do this so that you can become a consistent winner in poker.Read More
If you constantly chop in tournaments, you are lighting money on fire! This is because when you chop, you fail to get experience in short-handed, high-pressure situations. And on top of that, it’s unlikely that you’re getting an advantageous deal.
Today, I want to teach you the math behind the 3 most common methods of chopping and convince you to stop chopping unless your opponents pay you to make a deal!Read More