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Listed on the following pages we have hundreds of gambling articles, dealing with many different aspects of gambling. There are poker articles, casino game articles, strategy articles and a bunch og gambling tips for many different games.

Making a Move with A-10 - In a $1,500 buy-in no limit Hold'em event at this year's World Series of Poker, I was sitting on $9,600 in chips right after the dinner break when this hand played out.

Phil Hellmuths A-Q Gets Lucky in the WSOP - I owe a signed copy of my book, Deal Me In, to a gentleman that I played with at the World Series of Poker. I got lucky and beat him. Hopefully, my gift of a signed book will help ease his pain.

Pokerstars Tournament Poker Promotions - In this article we’ll quickly cover the various tournament promotions available at PokerStars and link you to articles where you can get more information.

Poker : Pokerstars Tournament Leader Board - If you’re looking for recognition in the poker community there is no better way of getting it than winning the PokerStars tournament leader board.

Poker : Pokerstars Sunday Tournaments - PokerStars offers tournaments 24/7/365 with new ones starting literally every minute, but none are more rewarding or more prestigious than PokerStars Sunday Tournaments, often called the Sunday Majors. In this article we’ll give a breakdown of the top tournaments held each and every Sunday at PokerStars.

Poker : Pokerstars VIP Poker Tournaments - The largest valued VIP freeroll PokerStars offers is a quarterly tournament with a $1 million dollar prize pool. Even if freerolls are not your thing, this four times per year tournament is one you’ll never want to miss. To show you why let’s look at the quarterly VIP freeroll tournament held on August 7, 2010. This tournament had 3469 entrants. Divide the $1 million dollar prize pool by 3469 entrants and you’ll that’s $288.27 per entrant!

Pokerstars VIP Program vs. Pokerstars RakeBack - In this article we’ll cover full details of the PokerStars VIP program and how it translates in terms of a rakeback percentage. The first thing we’ll state up front is PokerStars intentionally makes the VIP program a little difficult to understand.

Pokerstars Sit n Go Leaderboard Poker Tournaments - If you’re not familiar with sit and goes, a sit and go,sometimes written sit n go or SNG for short, is a mini poker tournament. These tournaments run around the clock and begin as soon as all seats are filled. The most common Sit and Go is a single table tournament played nine handed, though heads up and shorthanded tables are also available.

Poker Pro's Who Play at Pokerstars - Perhaps the biggest name poker star you’ll find playing online is Daniel Negreanu. Born July 26, 1974 in Toronto, Ontario Canada it didn’t take long for Negreanu to decide on an unconventional way of life. At age 15 with his mind set on being a professional pool player he started to learn poker.

Poker : Feel Or Math - Most people believe they are either a feel player or one that solely looks at the math. In order to be a successful and consistent winner in poker there is a place where experience meets the math.

Poker : The Story Behind Pokerstars - The history of PokerStars.com starts in 1999 when a former IBM programmer from Israel named Isai Sceinberg, and his two sons, established the company and began developing the sites poker software. In September 2001, Terrance Chan (then working PokerStars customer support) announced on the RGP forums this new poker site was available for beta testing.

Chris Moneymaker's Effect on Poker and Pokerstars - In 2003, online poker was exposed to the masses thanks to a 27-year old accountant from Tennessee with the perfect name and story winning the World Series of Poker Main Event. The ten handed final table of this event was stacked with the likes Phil Ivey, David Singer, David Grey, Amir Vahedi, Jason Lester, Dan Harrington and Sam Farha, and was headlined by an unknown chip leader named Chris Moneymaker.

What is Badugi Poker - Badugi is a variant of poker that uses four cards, triple draw format, and its own unique set of hand rankings. In Badugi the goal is to make the lowest hand possible with each card coming from a different suit. Aces are always low and straights are disregarded so the best possible hand is A234 with each card a different suit.

Poker : Pocket Tens with Big Blinds - One characteristic that I use to judge my own play is how often I move all-in and get called during any given poker tournament the fewer all-in shoves the better. By that measure, I played great poker in a $1,500 buy-in no limit Holdem event at this years World Series of Poker.

Mike Caro : Poker Word is Expand - Well, today I'm going to tell you why that's so. If you're still an average player or a beginner, I want you seldom to stray from a predetermined, conservative set of standards. But you still need to understand what I'm about to say for the future. And if you're already a sophisticated poker player, please pay particular attention.

Phil Hellmuth Says Q-Q Had to be Best Hand! - Here's a hand from a $3,000 buy-in tournament at this year's World Series of Poker. To set the scene, we were deep into the event with eighty-two players left and seventy-two of those getting paid.

Poker : Bluffing Strategy and Lying - A bluff in poker is essentially a lie. You are telling your opponent that you have a strong hand when in fact you have a weak hand. In both lying and poker, the key to success is telling a believable story. If the facts you present don’t make sense, you’re going to be called on it.

Pocket Queens in the Big Blind - On Day One of the 2010 WSOP Main Event, at the ESPN televised table, the following hand came up. With blinds at $150/$300, an aggressive and loose young player opened for $700, an older woman -- let's call her Lady X.

Phil Hellmuth on My First WSOP Championship - At this time of year, I'm frequently asked the same question: How did you beat Johnny Chan to win your first World Series of Poker championship?

Overplaying Pocket Jacks and Managing Fatigue - As for the rest of the WSOP, well, it's truly been a grueling tournament comprised of fifty-seven different championship events. Even the best players were challenged, intellectually, physically and emotionally, and many succumbed to mental mistakes that resulted in bad reads, sloppy bets, mounting losses, and early exits.

Phil Hellmuth On Going For 1 Million in Monte Carlo - I played in the $25,000 buy-in Monte Carlo Millions tournament a few years ago where $1 million went to the winner. Sixty players made it to Day Two, including me. I was feeling good about my chances to win.

Phil Hellmuth On My Best Play of 2007 - The minimum buy-in was $100,000, with $50,000 rebuys, although most players bought in for $300,000 or more. Antes were $100 with $300/$600 blinds and a $1,200 live blind posted on almost every hand.

Phil Hellmuth A Look Back at My Tenth WSOP Win - I can't help but think back to 2006 when I won my tenth WSOP title by defeating 1,600 other players in the $1,000 No Limit Hold'em tournament with rebuys.

Phil hellmuth on Fold for Your Country - I was asked to captain Team USA in the recently held World Team Poker Championships but I declined because I knew there was a better man for the job. The legendary Doyle Brunson deserved the honor of leading the American squad.

The 11th most-powerful tips in poker - I figure you can’t play poker at a world-class level if you only know 10 things. So why are there so many top-10 lists? Is the 11th tip so much less credible that the 10th? I say no. I say that there’s sometimes little difference between the best tip and the 53rd best tip

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