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New Float The Turn Push/Fold Poker App

Float The Turn Push/Fold AppAl Hart (co-author of my latest book, Bluffs) and I have just released a Push/Fold Chart App for your phone that you can use during live or online play to help you make better decisions when short stacked.

Click here to try my new push/fold app

The FloatTheTurn Push/Fold App is designed for No-Limit Hold’em players who want to improve their game. Follow the advice in the App and you’ll increase your equity in short stack situations by making unexploitable plays.

The Instructions for Use of the App are available here:

Click here to view the app instructions

Take a look at the app and let us know what you think in the comments below!

Week 1 and 2 of the 2016 WSOP

In this video blog, I share with you my adventures from the first two weeks of the 2016 World Series of Poker. I played only one WSOP event, but I played some cash games, spent some time with Amie, got interviewed for an upcoming TV show, and played in my first Global Poker League match. It was a nice change of the pace to my previous 9 years at the WSOP where I spent every waking moment at the poker table!

2016 California Swing Video Blog

This is the longest video blog I have made, but that is because a lot has happened in the last three weeks. I got drafted to the Global Poker League team, the Las Vegas Moneymakers, I spent a bit of downtime in Los Angeles, and then one of my best friends effectively won the Bay 101 World Poker Tour event. I even got to watch some of the best poker players in the world play basketball. Let me know what you think about this video blog in the comments section below.

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Don’t let them push you around

poker-bullyingThis hand is from the $10,000 buy-in WSOP Asia Pacific Main Event. I arrived to my seat on time, only to find four other players at my table. Everyone was playing what seemed to be a somewhat tight, aggressive strategy besides one player who was clearly trying to win every pot he entered, which happened to be most of them. Prior to this hand, we only played a few pots together, with him winning a few small ones from me.

Tips for success at the WSOP

2011WSOP_ChipsEvery summer, poker players from all over the world flock to Las Vegas for the World Series of Poker. Luckily for the professional players, most of these visitors have little to no chance to actually come away with a big score because they set themselves up to fail from the start. To last the seven weeks at the WSOP you must remain focused and ready to play your “A” game the entire time. …

Five Tips for Poker Success

top 5In this blog post, I will share five tips with you that, if applied intelligently, will instantly improve your level of success at the poker table. While you may already implement these tips on a regular basis, it is always beneficial to have the concepts brought back to the front of your consciousness. I hope you find this post to be useful!

1. Think about your opponents’ ranges.