Tag: folding

Nov 09 2022

Poker Basics – Folding in Poker

Folding is the least attractive topic in poker. When a player folds a hand, he lays down the cards and stops playing that hand. You fold at any point in the game when it is your turn. Folding in poker means you drag yourself out of that particular hand. You cannot bet on the pot, and you will have no claim on the...

Poker Basics – Folding in Poker

Folding is the least attractive topic in poker. When a player folds a hand, he lays down the cards and stops playing that hand. You fold at any point in the game when it is your turn. Folding in poker means you drag yourself out of that particular hand. You cannot bet on the pot, and you will have no claim on the...

Jul 14 2022

Find the Fold and Save Money! 4 Skills to Help

Do you know how to find the fold? It's a skill that all profitable players must learn, and in this episode I give you the 4 skills that will help you save money. Listen to the episode as you follow along below...

Jan 06 2021

Why A Poker Math Approach Is Best

Poker is a game of math. The math can range from simple things like figuring out the size of the pot to very complex things like calculating the EV of multi-street plays. But poker is also a social/psychological game where tells, psychology, and dynamics come into play (especially in live & casino poker). Players that approach […] The post Why A Poker Math Approach...

Aug 27 2018

Want more poker profits and excitement? Play boring poker. | MED Monday #28

http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/MEDMonday Article: Folding = Boring = Grinding = Winning = Exciting Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and poker author. Please visit my poker strategy website at http://www.smartpokerstudy.com and sign up for the Weekly Boost for weekly strategy, study and poker play tips. Support my show on Patreon! http://www.patreon.com/smartpokerstudy Add my Alexa Skill to your Flash Briefing: http://amzn.to/2hRYj75

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