Tim Ryerson

Tim is from London, England and has been playing poker since the late 1990’s. He is the ‘Editor-in-Chief’ at Pokerology.com and is responsible for all the content on the website.

I’m delighted to announce that the Pokerology.com website (which has been completely re-built from the ground up) is now officially re-launched. Read more

Lou first started writing for Pokerology.com in late 2009. It was always a pleasure to read his many written assignments – always on time, always on point. It’s what you’d expect from … Read more

In this lesson you’re going to learn the first and most important step about how to play poker by learning the all important poker hand rankings. Be sure to pay close attention … Read more

Texas hold’em has evolved as the most popular poker game worldwide and is the form we shall use to cover the basic rules of poker in this beginner lesson. Read more

In this lesson you’ll learn two basic betting fundamentals of poker – the all-in bet and how side pots work, when there are more than two players in a hand. Read more

Badugi is a draw game similar to triple draw. In this poker lesson we will teach you the badugi hand rankings and the basic rules of this unique poker game. Read more

The only difference between a full-ring cash game and the 6-max variety is the table size, but they play very differently so let’s cover these factors. Read more

In this poker lesson we’ll examine the main multi-tabling methods and provided some strategy tips to help maximize your profits when playing online poker. Read more

This is a beginners guide to reading the board in Texas hold’em and to explain why evaluating the composition of the flop, turn and river is so important. Read more

Poker is a highly competitive game where the winners stand to win large amounts of cash for beating their opponents. Online poker is no different. As such, player cheating is an issue. … Read more

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