Las Vegas casino owner backs legalization of online poker

March 26, 2011 by Dan in Poker News

The first major casino owner in Las Vegas has given his support to the new intrastate legalization bill currently under review in the Nevada Assembly.



February 4, 2009 by Nathan Bender in Poker

Is there a great divide amongst poker players today? Are we subconsciously or consciously dividing our opponents into two distinct categories? This is the debate that took place last night through a war of words and chips. On a whim I decided to head to the Seminole Indian Casino last night. As I signed up […]


NL Holdem Tournaments

January 21, 2009 by Craig in Holdem Tournaments

If you are a poker tournament player you already no this, but there no perfect way to play a poker tournament. Whether you play online poker, in a casino or just in home games, you can’t win them all. To help improve your tournament game there is a few basic things you can do. First […]


Texas Holdem Don’ts

November 10, 2008 by Craig in Holdem Tips

As you start to play more and more Texas Holdem there are a few things that you shouldn’t do in live games. Playing online poker eliminates a lot of ethical things that you might run in to whether you play in home games or at casinos. The more you play, most of these things will […]


The Transition to Live Poker Games from Online Poker Rooms

September 17, 2008 by Craig in Poker

If you are having success playing online poker there is no doubt you will eventually want to give a live action game a try. Beyond the obvious there are a lot of subtle differences between the games. You need to look beyond just betting patterns and look for physical tells your opponents are giving you. […]


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