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Texas Hold em Poker Playing Too Tight

Posted  September 11, 2009  by  Chris Wilcox

I was talking with a fellow online poker player the other day who had hit a point where he was struggling with his game. His take was, he had gone card dead so he was playing very few hands, and when he did have a big hand like A-K or K-K, he either ran into […]

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Full Tilt Poker and PokerStars Domain Names Reactivated

Posted  April 21, 2011  by  Chris Wilcox

Federal prosecutors say they expect Internet poker companies whose employees are being prosecuted to return money to players, and they’re reactivating two domain names to make it easier for that to happen. “The government announced Wednesday that it has reached agreements with PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker. It will restore the companies’ domain names so […]

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Online Texas Hold em Poker Choosing a Cash Ring Game

Posted  May 14, 2009  by  Chris Wilcox

An aspect of playing poker online that should not be overlooked, is choosing which table to sit down at when you are playing a cash ring game. Most novice players will just find a table with an open spot at the denomination they want to play at, sit down, post the big blind and commence […]

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Strategy for Playing Heads Up Online Poker

Posted  September 28, 2009  by  Chris Wilcox

One of the best ways to improve your poker game is to play heads-up. Many players lack experience playing very short handed, or heads-up, and this can hurt should you get to this point in a major tournament or an SnG. Plus, heads up provides you with the most experience you can possibly get for […]

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