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Donkonomics Series #1: How To Grow A Small Bankroll When You’re Not Chris Ferguson

Posted March 2, 2010 by Chris Wilcox

For Full Tilt players who are under-bankrolled (and I can’t think of many who aren’t right now), it’s important to get as much out of your bankroll as you can.  I started playing micro stakes on FTP, and I’ve learned a bit about how to maximize a minimal amount of money.  Here are two things […]

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No Limit Texas Hold’em Poker Post Flop Play With A-K

Posted September 10, 2009 by Chris Wilcox

Everybody gets excited about A-K. 90% of the internet poker players you will play against will put in a big pre-flop raise with A-K. Hey, why not? It is one of the best starting hands you get get and it can be very powerful. However, too many players don’t know how to play A-K after […]

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Tips on Poker Strategy

Posted August 26, 2010 by Chris Wilcox

Sometimes I wonder why poker players come to me for coaching. I wonder why they read my book. I wonder why they ask me about poker strategy. Well, it all becomes clear when I get an email from Full Tilt like I did the other day. In case you haven’t noticed, Full Tilt sends out […]

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How to Win in Low Dollar No Limit Texas Holdem Games

Posted October 25, 2008 by Chris Wilcox

A question that I am asked a lot by online poker players is how to succeed in the lower dollar levels of No Limit Texas Hold’em. This question may seem like it should have a complicated answer, but the reality of it is, there is one thing that you can do to immediately improve your […]

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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 Multi Table Sit n Go Mistake

Posted July 9, 2008 by Chris Wilcox

A little over half way through a 90 player multi table Sit n go on Full Tilt the other night, I made a mistake that I wanted to share because it re-enforces a belief of mine about calling an all-in during an online game. That is, at least 95% of the time, unless a player […]

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