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Poker Strategy

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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Poker Hands

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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Learning Poker

Playing Short Stacked Late in a Sit and Go

Posted June 22, 2008 by Chris Wilcox

Obviously you never WANT to be stuck playing a short stack. If you could say playing a short stack has never happened to you, you would be the luckiest poker player alive and also a liar! The fact of the matter is, if you play much Texas Holdem, particularly Sit n Go tournaments, then you […]

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Learning Poker

Full Tilt Sit N Go

Posted May 29, 2008 by Chris Wilcox

For your consideration, here is a hand that I played the other night fairly early on in a Full Tilt Sit n Go. You be the judge as to whether or not I misplayed the hand. About 20 minutes into the tournament, I was on the button with 8c-6c. I had improved my stack a […]

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Poker Rooms

Sit N Go’s Poker Tournaments in Las Vegas

Posted May 27, 2008 by Chris Wilcox

Over the weekend I was in Las Vegas playing some poker and I thought I would write a couple of quick notes on some of the activities I found going on in various poker rooms on the Strip. The WSOP is gearing up with events already starting, so I won’t get side tracked with that, […]

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