How to Win a WSOP Bracelet (a book review)

How to Win a WSOP Bracelet (a book review)

  That grandiose title is going to need some quick clarifications for an understandably skeptical reader. First and foremost, this blog post is a book review of poker pro Dylan Linde’s new book, ‘Mastering Mixed Games: Winning Strategies for Draw, Stud and...
Forced Changes That Helped My Poker Game

Forced Changes That Helped My Poker Game

  Maybe you once experienced a big change in your life that had you stressed out but turned out just fine in the end? Maybe it turned out even better than before. Perhaps a job or career change, or perhaps you had to move to a different school, town, country etc....
Where to Play Poker in the Seattle Area

Where to Play Poker in the Seattle Area

The Seattle area has seen a lot of changes in the poker scene in the last year or so. The trend has been the increased dominance of the smaller, non-tribal rooms at the expense of the tribal poker rooms. A few factors have conspired to make it this way. The most...
GTO Like a Six Year Old

GTO Like a Six Year Old

  Not to brag but I crush my wife at rock paper scissors. Somehow I pick up on her patterns and can employ an exploitative strategy that is +EV. So when my six year old wanted to play I imagined I would have similar success. I mean he’s six, wtf does he...
You Belong at the WSOP

You Belong at the WSOP

The 50th World Series of Poker is around the corner so it’s time to start planning. I know some of you are regular attendees but some of you may think it’s not for you. You are wrong. If you love poker then you should go, it’s as simple as that. I...