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  • Show And Tell - Like many of us, Blake Eastman was bit by the poker bug watching Rounders, read every book on the subject, played for hours, and lost his bankroll time and again until he realized he could make a lot more money teaching about tells. Read More

  • Opening In Omaha - Pot-Limit Omaha is no longer that hot new game--it has been the most popular NLHE alternative for about a decade now. But no matter how experienced you are in PLO, success always starts with understanding starting hands. Read More

  • Maniac vs. Maniac - As an aggressive player myself, when I play with other aggressive players, I try to stay out of their way unless I have a good hand. Let them take the lead and hopefully they will hang themselves. Advice from David Rheem

  • Short Order - My advice for what to do when you're short-stacked at the final table can be summed up in two words: Stay positive. Advice from Joe Cada

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  • Pacific Heights Hand 5

    By George, He’s Got It! Poker is a skill game, but winning a big tournament has to involve some degree of luck. Winning multiple tournaments, however—that brings us back to skill! Read More

  • Pacific Heights Hand 4

    Negreanu Burns Burns. Do your best to act and react the best way possible in each situation … and then don’t second-guess yourself! Read More

  • Pacific Heights Hand 2

    Kings, Queens, and Guillotines. The right play depends on what story you’ve been telling throughout the hand. Read More

  • Pacific Heights Hand 1

    Can't Get No Tsatsis-faction. On the flop and turn, think ahead to the river. Make your read and trust it. Read More

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