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.

One of the big differences between online poker and live poker is that online poker rooms provide users with a wealth of information and statistics. Every hand you play is recorded and … Read more

Poker is a game of skill, with a small dollop of luck tossed in. Because of this (or perhaps in spite of it) there are many online poker players who have postulated … Read more

Playing poker live for the first time can be a nerve racking experience, and also a bit intimidating. The last thing you want to do is upset another player by doing things … Read more

You have nothing, but after a few words of wisdom from Mr Mind Control, you feel the urge to call his massive bet for all your chips. You lose and are out … Read more

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 reduce the chances 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 self dealt games Read more

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