PokerStars Rake

PokerStars Rake

PokerStars RakePokerStars' rake structure is, for the most part, a flat industry standard 5% across the board. PokerStars gives rake breaks on the $2/$4 through $100/$200 Fixed Limit tables when the pot goes from $40 to $70.
Bovada Bonus

Bovada Bonus

Bovada has a 100% Welcome Bonus that is a great deal for US players. It is unlocked with poker points within the first 60 days of the deposit.

PokerStars Bonus Code

PokerStars Bonus Code STARS600 Players should use this bonus code at PokerStars for a a 100% Bonus up to $600 with signups and deposits. When you enter PokerStars' cashiering screen, you'll see a box on the bottom labeled "Bonus Code" [see image to the left].
PokerStars Bonus

PokerStars Bonus

PokerStars has more than one bonus code. We recommend STARS600 but FREE20 is another option for players with smaller bankrolls.
PokerStars Software

PokerStars Software

The software at PokerStars is among the best in the online industry. Truly seamless, problem-free graphics and site architecture allow the player to concentrate on playing rather than peripheral problems that might arise at some other sites.
PLO Quiz 4

PLO Quiz 4

Playing from the Mississippi straddle, bottom set, value-betting the river - Preflop: It’s a $5-$5-$10 game with a Mississippi straddle.
The Many Faces of Poker Tilt

The Many Faces of Poker Tilt

  While many players will tell you that they never go on tilt, this is rarely (if ever) true. What they probably mean is they never notice they are going on tilt and/or they don’t tilt very badly.
Poker Bankroll Strategy : Wipeout

Poker Bankroll Strategy : Wipeout

It is not a comfortable thought, but every poker player might one day have to deal with the possibility of losing their entire bankroll. There are a number of ways that this might happen, but essentially it will boil down to one of the following:
Turbo SNG Tips

Turbo SNG Tips

Turbos have taken off lately due to their reputation as a quick and exciting way to play tournament poker. In this two-part article, I’ll explain how to adapt your game as you move through the blind levels of a Turbo SNG.
PLO Quiz 2

PLO Quiz 2

Wrap, bare nut straight heads up - It's a 50¢-$1 pot-limit Omaha (PLO) game on the electronic poker tables at Excalibur in Las Vegas, and you are playing heads up.
How Not to Tilt

How Not to Tilt

Across different poker games, there is one thing that can be counted on: there will be players going on tilt. One often hears hold’em players complaining about losing large pots on the river (“oh man, another suckout, I can’t believe this”).
PLO Quiz 3

PLO Quiz 3

A low SPR situation - Excerpt from Jeff’s book, Advanced Pot-Limit Omaha Volume II: LAG Play and The Short-Handed Workbook.
More Poker Lessons From My Daughter

More Poker Lessons From My Daughter

The expertise involved with calculating odds, surmising hand strength with incomplete information, negotiating with bluffers, and staying within a bankroll all offer lessons that my daughters will eventually learn to apply to other aspects of their life journeys. In this world, I think those are especially valuable lessons and applications for women to have learned.

Party Poker Cash Games

Party Poker Cash GamesParty Poker offers a wide variety of cash game options and is well known for some of the loosest cash game poker tables on the internet. Many players who have become very good players online have gotten their start at Party Poker.

bwin Poker Bonus Code

bwin Poker doesn't currently require the use of a Bonus Code Players of bwin Poker are not currently required to input a bonus code at bwin Poker. Players simply are awarded an initial deposit bonus when they open and create a new bwin Poker account.

William Hill Poker Promotion Code

William Hill Poker does not require a Promotion Code Players from ITH are not required to use a Promotion Code when signing up at William Hill Poker. Should this change in the future, the Promotion Code box listed in your new sign-up screen [as seen at left] will be the place to put a promotion code.
Selecting Good Poker Tables : Finding the Best Fish

Selecting Good Poker Tables : Finding the Best Fish

If you want to really excel at the poker tables, then the "need for action" that a lot of us have must be contained while you patiently look for a group that appears to have as many loose/poor players as possible. This reminds me of something that I read in a Doyle Brunson book (the man is such a great poker player....
Following Through in PLO

Following Through in PLO

The betting machine - Editor’s note: What follows is an edited excerpt from Jeff Hwang’s book, Advanced Pot-Limit Omaha: Small Ball and Short-Handed Play.
The Basic Floats in PLO

The Basic Floats in PLO

Naked, weak-stab, and semibluff In my last column, I discussed the basics of floating in pot-limit Omaha (PLO) and identified the key indicators - the weak stab, the continuation-bet, and a possible steal bet - that a float may be in order.
Heads Up Versus ‘TT’

Heads Up Versus ‘TT’

The bluff-raise Here are two hands that I played in heads-up post-flop confrontations against my buddy "TT" in my weekly 50¢-$1 ($100 minimum/$200 maximum) pot-limit Omaha (PLO) game on the electronic tables in the poker room at Excalibur in Las Vegas.

Party Poker Promotions

Party Poker PromotionsParty Poker has a large variety of special promotions, many of which are not available at other online poker venues. Players can find large prize pool tournaments, satellites for huge live poker tournament events and a variety of promotions available only through Party Poker.
PLO Quiz

PLO Quiz

Playing with the initiative, making a combination-call, and value-betting the river - It's a five-handed 50¢-$1 pot-limit Omaha game online (six-max).
Some Pot-Limit Omaha Hands

Some Pot-Limit Omaha Hands

A strategy analysis - Here are a few hands from the regular $1-$2 blinds, $5 bring-in, $500 max buy-in pot-limit Omaha game that a few locals and I started recently at The Venetian in Las Vegas.
The Resteal Float

The Resteal Float

Floating back at a floater Occasionally, when you bet from late position, a player who suspects a steal may try to float you from out of position by calling your bet and then betting out on the turn.