Archive for April, 2009

Top 100 Poker Blogs of 2009

Posted on30. Apr, 2009 by Gugel.

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Heres a list of the 100 best poker blogs of 2009. The blogs were rated on how often people linked to them and how much traffic they received. Yup, its pretty much a popularity contest. It would be a little too much work to rate each blog on the quality of content [...]

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How I Misplayed Pocket Jacks

Posted on22. Apr, 2009 by Gugel.

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Ive been playing a bit 6max lately and I wanted to share a hand I recently misplayed. Theres definitely some insight you can draw from this example to help you with your heads up game.
SB ($50)
BB ($50)
Hero (UTG) ($50)
MP ($50)
CO ($50)
Button ($50)
Preflop: Hero is Button with J♠, J♣
Hero bets $2, 2 folds, Button raises [...]

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Ryan Fees FREE 6Max eBook Review

Posted on17. Apr, 2009 by Gugel.

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Ryan Fees 6max guide is the best poker literature I have ever read. I read through the whole thing, cover to covertwice. Its really that good. And the fact that its free doesnt hurt
Here are a few nuggets of wisdom:
1. A2-A5 are better than A6 and probably better than [...]

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Clarkmeister Theorem

Posted on10. Apr, 2009 by Gugel.

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This is the 3rd post of Theorem Week. If you havent done so already, check out Zeebo Theorem and Baluga Theory. In this post, were going to dive right into the Clarkmeister Theorem.
Simply put, the Clarkmeister Theorem states that if you are heads up against an opponent and are first to act [...]

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Baluga Theorem

Posted on08. Apr, 2009 by Gugel.

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This is the 2nd post of Theorem Week. If you havent done so already, check out Zeebo Theorem. In this post, were going to dive right into the Baluga Theorem.
Simply put, the Baluga Theorem states that you should think twice about whether your one pair hand is good when youre facing a raise [...]

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Zeebo Theorem

Posted on06. Apr, 2009 by Gugel.

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This week is Theorem Week!   Ill be talking about Zeebo Theorem, Baluga Theorem, Clarkmeister Theorem, The Yeti Theorem, Aejones Theorem, and Ansky Theorem.
So lets kick things off with Zeebos Theorem. Simply put, Zeebos Theorem states that no one ever folds a full house. It doesnt matter if you make a 1/2 pot [...]

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The Best of TwoPlusTwo

Posted on02. Apr, 2009 by Gugel.

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Really exciting news!  Ive been secretly working on a small project that Im ready to release.
If youre like me, youve wished you could separate the good 2+2 threads from the junk.  Now you can.  Think Digg for 2+2.  The idea is for us to share and vote on our favorite 2+2 threads.  If we all [...]

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