After an email exchange with a friend about poker math and strategy guru David Sklansky, I wrote this to wrap up the thread: When Sklansky does math Players must pay … Continue reading Poetry and Math
NOTE: This entry was originally posted on a different site on January 25, 2017 and has been slightly edited prior to re-posting here. It started innocently enough. At a $2/5 … Continue reading Tilting From the Sidelines
Today’s news is dominated by last night’s mass shooting on the Las Vegas strip, leaving at least 58 people dead and over 500 injured. At the time I’m writing this, … Continue reading Fear and Loathing (and Shooting) in Las Vegas
Here is the setting, to be followed by a question: I’m at a private poker game on Saturday night in someone’s garage. The house takes a rake on this game … Continue reading What Difference Does It Make?
Where have I been all these years? Last night I was introduced to the “Button Game,” a form of prop betting during a poker game that may have been around … Continue reading The Button Game
Some ethical concepts came up in this recent post, where a woman pondering my all-in river bet said, “I fold, Will you show?” I said, no, sorry I don’t show, … Continue reading Ethical Theories and Poker Players
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Dear Readers, I’m moving this blog over to the blog section of http://www.anytwo.biz, my e-commerce store for the sale of some excellent custom poker t-shirts. A new post is available … Continue reading How Many Times Do You Want to Run It?
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,200 … Continue reading 2015 in review
I’ve never seen this before. Last night at a $1/1 home game, two of the players got all-in on the flop. One of them, I’ll call him “Eric,” has 5c … Continue reading 2 Straight Flushes in One Hand
In my previous post, I provided a copy of my entry into FiveThirtyEight.com’s reader contest for ideas about how to select the candidates to invite to Fox News’ upcoming Republican … Continue reading Republican Presidential Debate, Part 2
We interrupt KKing David’s poker blog for this special edition on Republican Presidential politics. The first televised debate is scheduled for next Thursday, August 6th, on Fox News. Once of … Continue reading Republican Presidential Debate, Part 1