You’re a poker player, so by now you know that the feds have charged the founders of three of the world’s biggest internet poker businesses with money laundering, bank fraud and some other pretty serious stuff.
By Paul Zimbler
Making the maximum from your hands is the key to being a winning player. We all know the importance of playing in position, but what about those times when you’re forced to play out of position? How can we turn it to our advantage? Well, sometimes it’s good to bet your hands out of position (some call this a donk lead) because many players smell weakness in this situation and we can actually use it to get the max.
Lee Davy continues his poker education with Bluefire’s Alan Jackson.
By Alex Rousso
A couple of weeks ago I wrote a post on my Unibet Ambassador blog entitled “Apokerlypse 2: Black Friday”. I’m thinking you can guess what the subject material was. A reply I received to the post was what prompted me to write this month’s piece.
By Matt Perry
The Gospel of Matthew [Perry], 1:40-43
40 A man with severe tilting problems came to Him and begged Him on his knees, “If you are willing, you can make me Ivey.”
41 Jared was filled with compassion. He reached out His hand and touched the man. “I am willing,” He said. “Be Zen!” Immediately the tilt left him and he was cleansed.
In 2009 Chris Moorman had the poker world at his fingertips. Playing up to sixteen tables at once, this prolific tournament grinder consistently topped the PocketFives rankings while routinely crushing the biggest tournaments on the internet. But then, last year his online results seemed to dry up. Had he been left behind by the changing face of the game? Had the King of Online Poker lost his mojo? Jeff Kimber finds the demise of Chris Moorman to be somewhat exaggerated.