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No Limit Texas Holdem Poker Semi Bluff

Posted November 4, 2010 by Chris Wilcox

A much more effective weapon to have in your poker arsenal than just the ‘stone cold hope your opponent folds’ bluff, is the semi bluff. Everyone sees the bluffs made by pro players on ESPN where they had 2-5 off suit and took down a pot that had an Ace on the board, by bluffing […]

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More on the Poker Bluff and When to Use It

Posted November 2, 2010 by Chris Wilcox

Yesterday I talked about some good times to bluff. As you learn to read the board better and better you will more easily identify situations that you can successfully bluff in. Today I will point out some obvious and some not so obvious situations where you probably should not bluff. First off, boards when you […]

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No Limit Texas Holdem and Learning to Read the Board

Posted November 1, 2010 by Chris Wilcox

If you want to be successful at NLH, then one of the most important aspects is learning to properly read the texture of the board. Becoming proficient at this will in turn make you better at bluffing and taking down pots that do not otherwise belong to you. What do I mean by this? Let […]

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More on Pocket Pairs in No Limit Holdem

Posted October 29, 2010 by Chris Wilcox

I wanted to follow up today with another posting dealing with the subject I talked about yesterday which is how to play pocket pairs in NLH. When I read advice or strategy tips from other sites and other poker players, they tend to give advice in a ‘one size fits all’ type of format and […]

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Playing Pocket Pairs in No Limit Holdem Poker

Posted October 28, 2010 by Chris Wilcox

Playing pocket pairs gives a lot of players trouble in NL Hold’em. Specifically, low to middle pocket pairs. As everyone knows, having a pocket pair is good, but you are of course beat when another player ends up pairing over-cards on the Flop or after. Conventional wisdom says to compensate for this fact by raising […]

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Expanding Your NLH Starting Hands Part 2

Posted October 19, 2010 by Chris Wilcox

Today I wanted to briefly follow up with a post I did yesterday on expanding your range of starting hands at NLH. This is a topic that bears a lot of analysis as it applies to your poker game, as it can ultimately determine how successful you are over the long haul. One of the […]

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