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## Poker Notes Live Premium Review

FTR recently gave the app Poker Notes Live a closer look to see if it would be worth recommending for live poker players. To sum it up in one short sentence, yes we do recommend the app and find it to be useful for live grinders. For the longer version, read our...

## Studying Poker With Spreadsheets (Part 5): Checking to Induce

Following the same organizational ideas as we have used so far in this series, this week we’re going to look at one of my favorite topics in poker: checking to induce a bluff. We’re going to make a simple spreadsheet along the lines of what we have made in...

## Studying Poker With Spreadsheets (Part 4): Increasing Complications

Last week, we looked at putting together a spreadsheet for looking at a turn semi-bluffing situation (link). This week, we’re going to look at our different options after checking. This is a complicated situation, and we’ll be continuing from the...

## Studying Poker With Spreadsheets (Part 3): Semi-Bluffing Calculations

In last week’s column, we looked at how to structure our spreadsheets to stay organized and how to look at multiple EV calculations at the same time with the same data. This week, we’re going to follow these same lines of thought by answering the homework...

## Study Poker With Spreadsheets (Part 2): Multiple Betting Options

In last week’s column, we started looking at how to make a basic spreadsheet to do repetitive EV calculations for us so that we don’t have to do them by hand over and over again. This week, we’re going to look at the homework for last week and some...

## Study Poker With Spreadsheets (Part 1): The Basics

A few weeks ago, I promised a series showing how to study poker using spreadsheets. This week, we start that series. There are some prerequisites that you’ll need to have under your belt before you can get started with this series. First, you need to work...

## Optimizing Your Sessions With Simple Routines

This article is a part of a series on performance psychology regarding poker. In this week’s edition, we are going to look at some basic science behind classic conditioning and how it can be applied to your bottom line in the poker world. We’re also going...

## The Proven Best Poker Training Books of All Time

Poker is easy to play, difficult to win at, and downright tricky to turn a profit at. For those players looking to go from amateur to profitable, it is hard to know where to start. Well, that’s just what this list is for! Below are the top six best poker training...

## How to Review Your Sessions

One of the fastest ways to improve your game is to review your previous sessions. This is typically done through programs such as PokerTracker or Hold’em Manager which store your hand histories and break them down into hundreds of key statistics. If you are not...

## iPhone Online Poker How-To

This article explains some methods for how to play online poker on your iPhone and other iDevices like the iPad. If you would like to read our article explaining more of the background and relationship between the iPhone and online poker, please see this related...

## Do You Need Poker Tracking Software to Make Money?

I often get asked this question by players who hate the thought of getting too technical with their poker playing. Many players want to play poker, but they don’t want to be at a great disadvantage to the “Borg” out there. They are the multi-tabling...