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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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Playing Short Stacked No Limit Texas Hold em Poker

Posted September 19, 2009 by Chris Wilcox

Playing NL Hold’em short stacked is quite obviously not where you want to be. I would rather be sitting with the big stack any day, but let’s face it, if you play much poker, you will find yourself short-stacked at various times. What I see way too many players do when this happens, (especially online) […]

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Playing Position in No Limit Texas Hold’em Poker

Posted September 16, 2009 by Chris Wilcox

Everyone who plays poker is aware of position. Whether or not you have good or bad position depends on where you are sitting in relation to the dealer. If you are first to play, you have the worst position. If you are the last to play, you have the best position. Why? Because as the […]

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No Limit Texas Hold’em Betting Strategy

Posted August 24, 2009 by Chris Wilcox

One of the things you need to do to become a successful NL Hold’em poker player is learn how to bet. Sounds easy right? Everybody has heard that you should bet more than check and raise more than call, etc etc. But, too often players will bet without having a reason for betting. There should […]

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No Limit Texas Hold em Stratgey for Sit n Go’s

Posted November 16, 2008 by Chris Wilcox

I think the hardest thing for most people playing Sit n Go’s online is dealing with the number of bad beats you will encounter. If you are a recreational player, you may only be playing 3 or 4 a day or less. By playing a limited number, you run the risk of being affected by […]

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