Featured Cash Games Articles

Most Recent Cash Games Articles

  • Microstakes Grinding
  • Posted by bigspenda73 on Mar 10, 2017
  • Most players who are new to online poker will start at the lowest stakes possible, commonly known as “Microstakes”. In general, microstakes are considered to be any poker stakes up to $0.10/$0.25 blinds in NL and $0.50/$1.00 in Limit games. The concept of bankroll management generally escapes those new to…
  • ISF – Five Rules To Beating Low Stakes
  • Posted by IowaSkinsFan on Mar 10, 2017
  • I have to admit, most of my articles give advice that is hard to understand. When you don’t understand preliminary concepts to the ideas of talking about, it’s almost impossible to truly understand anything I or high stakes players talk about. In later articles I’m going to try to use…
  • The biggest leak among .5/1 and 1/2 grinders
  • Posted by IowaSkinsFan on Mar 9, 2017
  • The indepth discussion on the bet/fold and the check/call: I’d like to discuss a really simple concept that is killing your winrate. I discovered it not to long ago. It’s really not that hard, but truthfully for the 1/2 grinder who just can’t seem to move up, and the .5/1…
  • Rules for Table Selection
  • Posted by Fnord on Mar 9, 2017
  • There are many things you can do to increase your poker skill and you should do them. However, it is unlikely that you will do anything between now and your next poker session that will dramatically increase your skill. Reading the right books, studying some articles, reviewing your play will…
  • Texas Holdem Starting Hands – 19 Hand Strategy
  • Posted by aokrongly on Mar 7, 2017
  • One of the biggest problems new poker players have is that they play too many hands. A simple but effective first step for new players is to learn the 19 hand strategy. This simple strategy forces the new player to exercise discipline and learn a tight game. Aokrongly discusses these…
  • Poker Hand Strategy | Poker Starting Hands with Deep Stacks
  • Posted by BooG690 on Mar 7, 2017
  • Deciding what range of hole cards you’re going to play depends largely on your stack size. If your stack equals 60BB or less, you should aim to hit big pairs. If it’s between 60BB-150BB, you can play suited connectors and gappers. Above 150BB, you can play cards with flush or straight potential.
  • How to Make Actual Adjustments While Playing
  • Posted by spoonitnow on Mar 7, 2017
  • Talking about making adjustments to your play is easier than actually making them at the table. Read through this example of how to make an adjustment to learn how to pull them off when you’re playing. Studying examples of successful adjustments will help you learn to execute them under pressure.
  • Optimizing Your Sessions With Simple Routines
  • Posted by spoonitnow on Mar 7, 2017
  • Establishing a set of routines to perform before you begin playing poker will produce long-term, positive results. By properly training your body, you'll be able to condition your involuntary responses to make you calm, focused and ready to play whenever you want to.
All content
©  2003 - 2017
FlopTurnRiver.com
Testimonials  |   Terms & Conditions  |   Contact Us  |   FTR News & Press  

FTR is your home for Texas Holdem Strategy, Poker Forum, Poker Tools & Poker Videos
http://www.flopturnriver.com/copyscape.gif
This is not a gambling website.