For a little background: Gambling911.com blasted Dusty Schmidt and Paul Hoppe’s new book, Don’t Listen to Phil Hellmuth. They questioned how a player with zero WSOP bracelets could criticize someone with eleven bracelets. Phil has now commented on the new book.
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A while back I did a post about the top five resources for sit and go players, and this article is in the same vein except that it focuses on multi table tournaments. In this post I am going to list five of my other favorite resources out there for learning how to beat multi table poker tournaments.
Anyone who is considering getting into online poker always asks the same question – “How much money can I make?” This is a question that can never be answered definitively, but this article will hopefully open your eyes as to how much money there is to be made, depending on your goals.
Sit and gos are the perfect arena for learning poker. Your potential losses are limited to the sit and go’s buy-in, and you basically get the full tournament experience in an hour or so. To celebrate the launch of our new SNG strategy section, I have written up a post listing my favorite SNG resources.
It seems unanimous that online poker has gotten tougher over the past few years. There are more sharks, and the fish supply is relatively low. When you combine these two factors, you are going to find that there is less money to be made in online poker nowadays.
In poker, the debate over the toughest game has been around for ages. On one hand you have players stating that tournaments are easy, while tournament players maintain that they have the true skills. There is some validity to both sides, but only one side can be correct.
‘Poker Bankroll Management’ is kind of dull, we know it, you know it, everyone knows it… but get this, those who do not use it are very unlikely indeed to ever be consistent winners in poker. Yep, it is that simple, use it or eventually you lose.
Read this introduction to poker sit and gos, provided by SNGPlanet.com. This article explains the basic structure of sit and gos, and also discusses why sit and go tournaments are the best way to build a poker bankroll. For the rest of the article series, visit SNGPlanet.com.
The WSOP Academy has been hosting poker seminars at live tournaments for a number of years, and now they have announced the beta launch of their online poker training website. It’s quite likely the WSOP Academy will quickly become one of the most popular online poker training sites.
Only a few years ago, the only strategy resources poker players had were paper books and other players. Nowadays, however, there are tons of websites that solely exist to help players improve their poker game. Here are our ten favorite poker strategy resources: