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Poker News | PokerWorks Op-Ed

PokerWorks Op-Ed takes the cobwebs off the corners and ceilings and blows the dust out into the universe in an attempt to unplug your brain from the standard 9-5 mentality. It may get confusing, it may be enlightening, but one thing it is for sure, it is an opinion.

Poker Plays with Pokerpeaker: Putting A Guy on A-K Specifically

I'm still not the kind of player who can name the exact hand my opponent has most of the time. Really, I can't do that even half of the time. But I find the hand that's easiest to name tends to be A-K. I've got $50.75 in a .25/.50 NL Holdem game...

The Back Room – Leverage

The only mouse you’ll find in the back room of the Farm Barn is one that scurries away from the light and the sound of a poker game that runs late night once a week – no computers, no internet poker, no electronic gadgets allowed. I was...

How to Care for an Oscar

How do you care for an Oscar?  No, not a statue that is awarded for an outstanding movie performance, a fish.  Oscars can grow quite large and live up to 8 to 10 years if properly cared for.  And Oscars are one of the easiest fish to breed.  Imagine...

The Back Room – Injustice

The only mouse you’ll find in the back room of the Farm Barn is one that scurries away from the light and the sound of a poker game that runs late night once a week – no computers, no internet poker, no electronic gadgets allowed. It was hot...

The Back Room – The Sale

The only mouse you’ll find in the back room of the Farm Barn is one that scurries away from the light and the sound of a poker game that runs late night once a week – no computers, no internet poker, no electronic gadgets allowed. Moustache...

Grinding Online - Patience

There is a famous story about the legendary conqueror Genghis Khan.  He was riding in the mountains one summer day, hunting with his falcon, and became parched by the heat of a blazing hot sun.  For a long time, he was unable to find any water, but...

Get a Hunch, Bet a Bunch

There are a lot of reasons to watch poker in the rear view mirror, one fun one is like the title of this article - sayings from the good old days - when poker had just begun to sweep across the land, back when California couldn't spread hold'em but...

The Back Room – Tournament Talk

The only mouse you’ll find in the back room of the Farm Barn is one that scurries away from the light and the sound of a poker game that runs late night once a week – no computers, no internet poker, no electronic gadgets allowed. “When you...

Poker Tournaments – Love ‘em or Hate ‘em, We keep coming back

Surviving a large field in a multi-table online poker tournament and coming out on top is extremely difficult. Many players face this challenge constantly, trudging through numerous failures and coming up short. Why do we come back? It’s the lure...

Poker Plus - The Game of People

To quote one of PokerWorks bloggers, Linda Geenen, “Poker is a game of people played with cards.” That is a great saying and hits the nail squarely on the head. For many players, anonymity is one of the things they love about playing online. They...

The Back Room – Finding Information

The only mouse you’ll find in the back room of the Farm Barn is one that scurries away from the light and the sound of a poker game that runs late night once a week – no computers, no internet poker, no electronic gadgets allowed. “What do you...

Poker Plus – Curses, Charms and Fairies

The world of poker is fraught with dangers.  Bad luck, hexes and curses await the unsuspecting player, lurking in the shadows or maybe under the poker table. Don’t doubt for a minute they are there, just waiting to pounce as soon as you let your...

Poker Plus - Tournament Frenzy

It wasn’t too many years ago that if you wanted to find a big tournament with huge prize pools you had to do some real planning.  The biggest and most prestigious event of the year of course is the WSOP held in Las Vegas.  To get a ticket to the...

What’s Your Favorite Hand?

Probably the hand poker players love to see is A-A, regardless of what they will tell you about how often they lose with it. But it may not be every poker player's favorite hand. In fact, many poker players have favorite hands for many reasons...

The Back Room – Studly Advice

The only mouse you’ll find in the back room of the Farm Barn is one that scurries away from the light and the sound of a poker game that runs late night once a week – no computers, no internet poker, no electronic gadgets allowed. Rain is...

Boot Camp: Poker, Like A Long Race, Is Just One Long Session

There are always moments of doubt when I run a race. They come when my breath can't match the pace of my feet, and my body screams for more oxygen to power them. They come when I'm facing a long hill, and I wonder if keeping such a demanding pace...

The Back Room – Seamless In the Park

The only mouse you’ll find in the back room of the Farm Barn is one that scurries away from the light and the sound of a poker game that runs late night once a week – no computers, no internet poker, no electronic gadgets allowed. “The Gods...

Introduce Your Significant Other to Poker

Shortly after I began playing online poker, I quickly discovered it was taking precious time away from my wife. I played mostly MTT’s which can take 4-5 hours or more if you get deep. This started to put a strain on our relationship. She couldn’t...

Poker Plus – Defining Poker

While playing poker, have you ever sat in a game and heard (or read) players' comments – and you had no idea what they were saying? Have you ever Bubbled-out because you played like Broomcorn’s Uncle? Were you playing you’re A game when you Went...

Grinding Online - That One Hand

For those who play pot limit and no limit cash games, you know what I’m talking about when I say “that one hand.”  You know the one:  You’ve played for hours, carefully building up your initial buy-in either through the limit games at an 8-game...

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