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Playing Pocket Aces in Online No Limit Texas Hold em Post Flop

Posted November 1, 2008 by Chris Wilcox

The other day I talked about strategy for playing pocket Aces, mainly pre-flop. To follow up on that today, we will look at A-A post flop. This is an area that many online players have trouble (or more to the point, invite trouble.) and there are some simply things that you can do to avoid […]

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No Limit Texas Hold em Strategy Playing From The Button

Posted April 16, 2009 by Chris Wilcox

One of the first things most players learn when they start to play No Limit Texas Hold’em, no matter if it is online or in live games at a casino, is position. More specifically, how to play from the button. Playing from earlier positions, like “under the gun” are often over looked by novice players […]

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Heads up Texas Hold em Poker

Posted April 17, 2009 by Chris Wilcox

One nice thing about playing heads up No Limit Texas Hold em is that is a very good test of your skills. You are not generally going to be subjected to odd swings of luck the way you are at a full table cash ring game. What heads up generally boils down to is, who […]

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Full Tilt Knockout Tournament Bubble Play

Posted September 19, 2008 by Chris Wilcox

I notice many players get tight when they get close to the bubble. I also notice many players get loose and really try to build their chip stack for the final table at this point. It seems that there is about an equal amount of both in any tournament where you are getting close to […]

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Online Poker No Limit Hold em Strategy on Note Taking

Posted January 1, 2009 by Chris Wilcox

Talking with several internet players lately reminded me of a subject that is important to playing online poker, but is also one that many players over look. At a live table in a casino you have your memory to rely on as to how other players played certain hands in certain situations. But, online you […]

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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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