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From private home games to public poker rooms, the game’s roots involve sitting at a table with real people.

I travel a lot. Sometimes my trip is to areas of well established public poker rooms. My recent trip to Las Vegas for the World Series of Poker … Read more

Home or private poker games are played all over the globe on a regular basis. Old ones disband and die and new ones crop up all the time. … Read more

Most knowledgeable, seasoned poker players will agree that table selection is a critical element if one wishes to be a consistent winner on the green felt. Table selection … Read more

When hosting your own poker game it is important to buy quality playing cards that will withstand frequent use. There are several factors to consider before placing your … Read more

Tourists who visit Las Vegas have insisted for years that the main attractions on the Strip are mean for “walking and gawking”, while the far less glamorous destinations … Read more

While poker has maintained its popularity in America and grown into a truly global phenomenon, the impact of the initial wave of poker mania appears to have crashed … Read more

You probably recognize some of these annoying habits and may have others to add to the list. Identification is the first step to removing bad habits from your … Read more

This is a tale of a particular hand of seven card stud which was played seven handed. It was the very first hand of the evening. I was … Read more

Cheating at Cards

By Tim Ryerson | January 11, 2009 | Live Poker

It’s generally known that much deception is practised at cards. I believe it is important to have an understanding of the card cheating methods employed in order to … Read more

Many people have difficulty shuffling playing cards, and this can be problematic when playing at a table without a professional dealer – such as in home games or … Read more

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