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.
I've been playing poker for over 39 years and have played professionally for the last 8 years.
Ante Up magazine: October 2008
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Rutgers College of Engineering. MBA in Management Science from Wright State University.
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Ken, In Limit Texas Hold'em, raises are limited to 3. But in No Limit Texas Hold'em you are allowed unlimited raises. Now, let's look at your particular hand. You state that there
Meghan, Thanks for your question. I'm going to assume that you're question is in regards to Texas Hold'em since it's the most widely spread game in casinos and card rooms. That's a pretty common
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
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.
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