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Vic G

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I've been playing poker for over 39 years and have played professionally for the last 8 years. I can answer just about any poker related question you have from rules to strategy, from home games to poker rooms, and from tournaments to cash games. I can also recommend a number of poker books from the educational to non-fiction to autobiographies. I also have one of the largest collection of $1 casino chips in the world, so if you have questions about casino chip collecting or about specific casinos or poker rooms, I can assist you with those questions as well.

Richard Rost

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I play most forms of poker, including Omaha, Razz, and Stud, but my personal expertise is with everyone's favorite game: Texas Hold'em. I'm happy to answer any questions about the rules of the game or strategy... but save your bad beat stories for your mama. :)

Jason Tullo

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Questions about Poker in just about, if not every, form.

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2016-08-10 Limit Texas Hold'em:

Eric,    Didn't know you were playing on Bovada.  Yup, you'll face collusion as well as bots.  While the rake is lower than the casino you still need to play at fairly high levels, like $30/$60, to overcome

2016-08-09 Limit Texas Hold'em:

Eric,    In fact, if you're looking for a "solution" to Limit Texas Hold'em, it's almost solved.  No-Limit is far from solved, due to the fact that you can bet any amount, but Limit is much different.

2016-08-06 Limit Texas Hold'em:

Eric,    No, you can't always play hands ahead of your opponents' ranges -- simply because their ranges always include A-A.  But it is possible to play a starting hand with less equity than your opponent

2016-07-26 Limit Texas Hold'em:

Eric,    There are dozens of poker equity calculators out there, but perhaps the most widely used app is one called PokerStove.  The app will allow you to calculate the equity of your hand vs. a range

2016-07-23 Limit Texas Hold'em:

Eric,    Second pair vs. 1 opponent is not the same as second pair vs. 2 or 3 opponents.      Let's look at an example.  Assume you're heads-up and see a flop of K-9-4.  You hold A-9 and make second pair

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