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Great Job Jack Effel at the 2013 WSOP

Posted June 25, 2013 by Chris Wilcox

As anyone who follows poker on my site knows, in the 2012 WSOP at a $1500 NLH bracelet event I had my entire chip stack stolen while on break. The WSOP did nothing about it and Jack Effel told me it was too bad, but that they did nothing wrong. So check this out: This […]

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Texas Hold’em Starting Hands Cheat Sheet

Posted May 7, 2013 by Chris Wilcox

Here is a cool little starting hands cheat sheet that I found a while back. It shows at a quick glance which hands you should play and when you should play them and percentages that go with each. Kind of nice to have to refer to every once in a while and good practice if […]

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No Limit Texas Holdem Strategy: Playing the Coin Flip

Posted May 20, 2011 by Chris Wilcox

It seems like I am always playing poker against players who are surprised when they lose coin flips. Of course, many times, they are probably too stupid to realize that they are involved in a coin-flip type hand, but for the most part, if you are going to engage in coin flip hands, you have […]

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Tom Dwan on Full Tilt Instructional Poker Video

Posted January 9, 2011 by Chris Wilcox

I don’t know what I bother to watch these little ‘Tips from the Pros’ videos that Full Tilt keeps putting out, other than to get a chuckle out of the mis-information that FT continues to put out under the guise of ‘learning poker. This particular turd has Durrr explaining a hand that he played against […]

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More on Coin Flip Hands in No Limit Holdem

Posted November 30, 2010 by Chris Wilcox

It seems like I am always playing poker against players who are surprised when they lose coin flips. Of course, many times, they are probably too stupid to realize that they are involved in a coin-flip type hand, but for the most part, if you are going to engage in coin flip hands, you have […]

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More on the Best way to Play Small Pocket Pairs in NLH

Posted November 12, 2010 by Chris Wilcox

I tend to discuss how to play pocket pairs a lot. I think it is extremely important to your overall poker strategy and most players seem to struggle with playing smaller pairs like 4’s or 6’s. It’s easy to get excited when you get dealt a pair in Texas Hold’em. It always seems like a […]

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