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Poker Mind Skills – Have Your Mindset Right 0

Posted on August 04, 2011 by

Thinking like a poker player may be a cliché but it is one that certainly hits the nail on the head. Poker requires a way of thinking which many beginners find difficult to comprehend.

It can be quite easy to get off-track during a game of poker, so this section is designed to help you eliminate distractions and learn to concentrate on the things that you must be concentrating on in order to be a winner – like the four key poker skills.


Online Poker Newbie Advice 0

Posted on June 24, 2011 by

Poker has been around for about 200 years, but online poker has only been around recently. It has gained a great following considering the short time it came out, and it was Chris Moneymaker who inspired a lot of poker enthusiasts into joining online poker tournaments when he won the World Series of Poker by joining a satellite tournament in Poker Stars for an entrance fee of $40.

Now, there are a lot of online poker sites and you can immediately play on one like the one they have at! Online poker has gained so much popularity that even UK recently passed a bill sanctioning and regulating online gambling companies!

Playing Texas Holdem Poker at Home as a Family Activity 0

Posted on May 22, 2011 by

For many professional poker players their first experiences with poker began at an early age playing poker at home with a trusted parent, grandparent or other family member. They learned how to play poker in a nurturing, risk-free and comfortable learning environment where their best interest was foremost in the thoughts of their teachers. The learning  occurred in a positive supportive learning environment, allowing them to develope superior poker skills and strategies plus a healthy respect for the pitfalls of playing the game.

Online Poker Tournaments versus Live Poker Tournaments 0

Posted on May 08, 2011 by

Online Poker Tournaments are poker tournaments organized by different internet poker sites while live poker tournaments are organized at a land-based or brick-and-mortar casino or poker rooms, a hotel or any other local venue. There article highlights different pros and cons of both live and online poker tournaments.

Online Poker Tournaments


1) Online Poker Tournaments are a lucrative opportunity to enjoy the most competitive poker games from the very luxury of your own home. By participating and playing in online poker tournaments, you will not only sharpen your existing poker skills but you can also familiar yourself from the process of Real or Live Poker Tournaments.

Texas Hold em Poker Hand rankings 0

Posted on February 24, 2011 by

Texas Hold em Poker is the most popular poker game.  Though the history and origins of the game are not clear and is debatable, but the popularity of the game has driven masses. The main reasons that can be picked for its popularity are that it is a rapid game which is hugely enjoyable and offers an exciting mix of skill/ strategy and luck.

The other main reason for its popularity is the advancements in technology especially internet. The recent trends in technology are also making advancements into mobile technology.

Variants Of Omaha Poker 0

Posted on January 26, 2011 by

Are you looking for a fast-paced and entertaining game of poker, why not try your hand at a game of Omaha poker. Omaha is a variation derived from popular Texas Holdem poker. Though there are some variations in the rules of both the games, but fun and excitement are not compromised. To add to the variety, Omaha Poker has many variants which make it all more interesting and popular.

This article takes a look at Omaha poker and its many variants and briefly reflects on to what each variant has to offer.

Televised Poker Shows Famous Faces 0

Posted on November 04, 2010 by mosesbet

Poker tournaments and online casino poker games  highlighted poker players, celebrities and pros with their outstanding skills. Some keep simple, just wanted to enjoy with their poker tables while others are known enough and find themselves followed by cameras. Are you wondering who are this players whose performances reaches the screen and televised poker shows? Overexposed? Well, judged them yourself…

Prahlad Friedman

Born on May 20, 1978, Friedman is an American professional poker player form Los Angeles, California. Under the screen name “Spirit Rock” he played for Full Tilt Poker. He has other alias like “Mahatma” on Ultimate Bet, “Zweig” on Prima Network, and “Poopers” on PokerStars.

Develop Your Texas Holdem Poker Skills With Help From The Poker Pros 0

Posted on October 04, 2010 by mosesbet

The approach that works best for you in learning new information or developing new skills is called your Personal Learning Style. Individuals with different learning styles obviously learn in different ways. Some people learn best by actually working with materials touching, feeling and manipulating them. They are Kinesthetic Learners. Individuals who learn by watching others perform and then imitate their movements or behaviors are Visual Learners. They like to read books, work with diagrams and charts and also like to watch videos. Auditory Learners best learn by listening. They are able to sit in lectures, debates and discussions, gathering information from the way the speaker presents their information; the loudness or pitch of the voice, how fast they speak and other subtle hints. They like to listen to audio tapes and watch videos. These learning processes represent the three basic learning styles, Kinesthetic , Visual and Auditory.  Each of these Learning Styles is an acceptable and effective instructional approach that can be applied to any educational situation, including learning how to play Texas Holdem poker or how to improve an individual’s poker skills.  

Play Poker Online for Free 0

Posted on September 01, 2010 by mosesbet

Poker has ascended to the top of the online casino menu of games due to its extensive exposure in the media, although the sport of poker has received international attention ever-since the initial World Series of Poker was televised back in 1970. Back then, announcers, Brent Musburger and Jimmy “the Greek” Snyder, brought the game of Texas Hold’em Poker to a new level.

However, the sport of poker did not further elevate its status until network and cable television stations discovered the immense following poker had among televised viewers. The interest in poker translated into fabulous ratings. So, over the past decade, poker has ascended to a position of one of the major sports in the world today.

How to Play Poker – Texas Holdem Poker – Find the best 9 Great Tips" 0

Posted on June 11, 2010 by mosesbet

Learning to play poker online is becoming one of the most popular games on the Internet. You can choose to play or the free online poker, or the more adventurous or professionals, online poker for real money. A certain Texas Hold’em poker has grown in popularity around the world due to this exposure to the television (World Series of Poker) and the Internet over the past decade.

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