This is the last edition of Killer Poker Analysis – at least for the foreseeable future. In this show, I wrap things up by addressing seven important themes that relate to everything I’ve talked about over the past few years.
Not much remains to be said about bad beats in poker. Investing emotional capital in results outside one’s control is illogical. ‘Nuff said – I’m not going to waste hundreds of words flogging that dead horse. However, as one who likes to theorize and generalize, I think it’s important to understand bad beat psychology (and the converse, which I creatively call reverse bad beat psychology)…
1.) Possible merits of buying into no-limit hold’em cash games with stacks shorter than 100bbs
2.) Suited connectors in no-limit hold’em
3.) cEV Mode: What it means to be in chip accumulation mode in tournaments
The 6/23/2011 edition of Keep Flopping Aces is now downloadable. Keep Flopping Aces is a podcast hosted by Lou Krieger and Shari Geller, and I appeared as a guest on the 6/23/2011 show…
The second wave of poker site seizures by the US DoJ makes me even less inclined to put money in an online poker site since I have access to juicy live poker action in Vegas. The decision is tougher for those without access to live poker and for those who enjoyed being able to play for stakes smaller than what live games can reasonably accommodate…
Why the Kentucky Derby should anger online poker players in the US.
I know some people who had $1,000s worth of FPP in their accounts. Fortunately for them – and for you – PokerStars is allowing players to exchange their FPPs for cash…
Black Friday updated regarding PokerStars cashouts for US players.
Why I’m not currently putting money into Merge, Bodog, or Cake. Why putting money into Merge, Bodog, or Cake doesn’t make much sense unless you don’t have easy access to live poker.
1.) Black Friday updates
2.) Brick-and-mortar play following Black Friday
3.) Edges in live play that can’t be had in online play