The strategies on these pages are not for novices. You will not find any basic information here about what blinds are, how many cards you get dealt or any other crap like that which you might see on a lot of poker sites out there. At Stone Cold Bluff we all see ourselves as intermediate to advanced poker players and as such we give poker tips for the intermediate poker player. These poker tips might seem a bit basic if you are a pro poker player but check them out anyway as you never know, you might learn a little something…
Going all in is NOT an informational raise, use our tips to learn when to unleash this killer move to your advantage.
We've all experienced tilt at one point or another, but when you can channel these feelings of rage and anger into something more productive, you can become the most dangerous poker player in the room.
Managing your poker bankroll well is a key element to long term success within the game. Define your limits and goals, then stick to it.
We like a bit of bluffing at StoneColdBluff. There's no better feeling when youve fired the third bullet and you force your opponent to lay down a monster. Then you turn over your two eight off-suit. Nice.
All of the poker strategies available to you are useful to some extent, however there are a few distinct clear cut rules between playing on a cash table and playing on a tourney table.
Explanation of what a continuation bet is and the best times to use this move.
A general guide for playing your hand on the flop taking into account things like table position, hand strength, table image and a wealth of other factors to consider.
Something everyone should be aware of is when to punt (or when not to punt) into a dangerous board. The texture of the flop will help you determine your next move.
Another strong move to make at the poker table is to fold. Knowing when you are beat is an important part of your chip damage limitation.
Nothing to do with the fashion brand you wear at the table, this kind of Gap Concept is a lot more rewarding.
We all had to start somewhere. This section will tell you the order of hand values listed by strength, as well as your chances of hitting that hand on the flop.
Touching on some of the more advanced poker strategy, minding your P's and M's can significantly help when you are playing in a multi-table poker tournament
Making notes on your opponents at the table is a very vital part of your online poker game strategy. Learn how to make notes properly as Vster takes us through a few examples.
Poker odds are one of the key elements you need to know when sitting down for a poker game. What are the chances of hitting your flush? Is it worth calling another 100 into a 2,000 pot? We teach you a quick and simple way to work out rough odds in the blink of an eye.
Open ended straight draws, flush draws, hitting trips with your pocket pair, we work out all the most common poker outs for you so that you dont have to.
The strongest move you can do at any poker table is to raise. Crank that pot up and make your opponent pay to see your cards.
Where you sit at the poker table is just as important as the poker cards you play. Learn about how your pocket cards get better or worse depending on how far away you are from the dealer button.
A very effective move to push weaker players out of a pot. Find out how to implement the squeeze effect to increase your chip count against loose aggressive players.
You know youve been there before. Youve done nothing wrong the whole game except have a stab at a few pots and seen a couple of worthwhile flops. Next thing you know, you look down and see the big blind of 500 is coming your way and youve only got 350 left in chips. Bugger!
We dont usually see this a lot at our home games but it is a useful nugget of information to know at a poker table in case you come across it in future.
At Stone Cold Bluff we do love a bit of tournament action. Check out our useful tips, help and advice on how to maximise your game play throughout this aggressive game.
Turn your odds and outs into percentages and calculate if you should be raising or folding your hand.
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