Here is an interesting hand from a $1/1 cash game last night. I am the Big Blind, and look down at 9d 8d. My stack is $130. I’ve been playing … Continue reading Multi-Way Action
Click here to watch this hand I played today on Bovada’s Zone Poker. There is so much injustice in poker it is amazing. Coolers, bad beats, suckouts, missed opportunities and … Continue reading Injustice!
After my last post, “Slow Playing for Dummies,” I’m reluctant to be caught slow playing any hand, lest it turn out that I am (or become) to Dummy (or Donkey). … Continue reading Who is the Dummy This Time?
This was just about too good to be true, on Bovada’s Zone Poker. I’ll let the Share My Pair hand replayer take it from here… the turn gave me a … Continue reading Slow Playing for Dummies
Over and over, non-standard plays seem to backfire more than they work. Deceptive play is believed by many to be the biggest key to poker, so making non-standard plays (looking … Continue reading Daily Debacle – Trapping… myself!
I was watching a poker instructional video last night on “Unconventional Wisdom.” Two professional poker players, Vanessa Selbst and Dan Sensei, put together 8 hour-long videos showing hands they played … Continue reading Daily Debacle – Unconventional Wisdom My Ass
One day later… And this happens: I am in the cutoff seat and raise to $9 over an early position limper. Villain (P3) is the small blind and flat calls. … Continue reading Brutal Day After