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Two Plus Two Poker Strategy Magazine - August 2015 Publisher Note - by Mason Malmuth
Andrew Brokos discusses not giving up bluffing opportunities against a poor hand reader.
World Series of Poker Trip Report - by Andrew Brokos
Andrew Brokos reports on his trip to the 2015 World Series of Poker
2015 WSOP Trip Report, Part 2 – Day 1 of the Main Event - by Carlos Welch
A WSOP trip report from Carlos Welch where he describes his personal hapniess discovery in single table satelite poker games.
Poker Faces in the Crowd- Jenn Lien - by Ben Saxton
Ben Saxton interviews professional player Jenn Lien.
Triple Flop Omaha 8 or Better - by Frank Jerome
Frank Jerome discusses omaha 8 or better for beginnners, concentrating on multiple opponent play.
Book Excerpt from Verbal Poker Tells - by Zachary Elwood
The following are two chaptersfrom Zachary Elwood’s book Verbal Poker Tells.
Book Review: Verbal Poker Tells - by Mason Malmuth
Mason Malmuth reviews the book - Verbal Poker Tells (10) - by Zachary Elwood
PPA August Update - by Rich Muny
Rich Muny provides this timely update on the activities of the Poker Players Alliance along with a discussion the machinations of Sheldon Adelson.
If All the Stocks On My Screen Are Red, How Can the Market Be Up? - by Felipe Garcia, CFA and Aaron Byrd, CFA
Felipe Garcia and Aaron Byrd discuss how to tell whether we have reached the peak of the bull market.
Improving the Odds of Finding Quality Pitchers - by Nick Willet
Nick Willet discusses finding quality pitchers in daily fantasy baseball.
Classic Article: When the Antes are 'Eating You Up' - by David Sklansky
David Sklansky discusses tournament strategy when the antes are eating up your stack.
Two Plus Two Poker Strategy Magazine - July 2015 Publisher Note - by Mason Malmuth
Andrew Brokos discusses not giving up bluffing opportunities against a poor hand reader.
Plus EV isn’t Good Enough - by Andrew Brokos
Using an example from a hold'em poker tournament in the WSOP, Andrew Brokos discusses how zero might not be the most appropriate determinator between positive and negative expected value.
2015 WSOP Trip Report, Part 1 - The Great Compromise - by Carlos Welch
A WSOP trip report from Carlos Welch where he describes his personal hapniess discovery in single table satelite poker games.
Coaching the Champ: A Review of Razz WSOP Final Table Play - by Dan Abrams
Dan Abrams reviews Phil Hellmuth's razz poker play .
Interview with Jay Anderson - by Ben Saxton
Ben Saxton interviews Jay Anderson, who came to professional poker after health issues intiated a departure from higher education.
Omaha 8 or Better for Beginners, Part 5 - by Frank Jerome
Frank Jerome discusses omaha 8 or better for beginnners, concentrating on multiple opponent play.
PPA July Update - by Rich Muny
Rich Muny provides this timely update on the activities of the Poker Players Alliance along with a discussion the machinations of Sheldon Adelson.
Making Tough Folds and Tough Calls - by Ray Zee
Ray Zee on poker strategy and life.
The Importance of Eating Your Own Cooking - by Felipe Garcia, CFA and Aaron Byrd, CFA
Felipe Garcia and Aaron Byrd provide advice in choosing financial investment advisors based on whether they personally investment in whe funds that they reccommend .
Active Investing isn’t Dead Yet - by Nick Willet
Nick Willet discusses possibilities in active financial investing.
Moneyback Promotions - by Jacob Danbolt Ajer
Jacob Danbolt Ajer comes up with a forumula for determining when you should make a money back bet - a bet in which you get your money back if pre-determined conditions come true.
Classic Article: Book Review- Power Hold’em Strategy - by Mason Malmuth
Mason Malmuth reviews the book - Power Hold’em Strategy (7) by Daniel Negreanu.
Two Plus Two Poker Strategy Magazine - June 2015 Publisher Note - by Mason Malmuth
Andrew Brokos discusses not giving up bluffing opportunities against a poor hand reader.
Tackling Shuffling Sequences - by Aron Van Harten
Aron Van Harten gives a thorough introduction to shuffling and explains why there are better methods than that used by the World Series of Poker.
Why Bet? - by Andrew Brokos
Andrew Brokos discusses how one decides whether to bet or not in common hold'em poker situations.
Interview with Don Ding - by Ben Saxton
Ben Saxton interviews Ding Dong, a player who won over $40,000 in a week after quitting a six figure job to play poker.
Variance in Sports Betting - by Jacob Danbolt Ajer
Jacob Danbolt Ajer discusses variance in sports betting and how difficult it is to determine if a system is profitable.
Mid-Stakes Tournament Shell Games during the WSOP - by Carlos Welch
Carlos Welch provides a list of the important options and best offerings for mid-stakes tournaments during the World Series of Poker which he defines as those with buy-ins from $300 to $800.
Omaha 8 or Better for Beginners, Part 5 - by Frank Jerome
Frank Jerome discusses omaha 8 or better for beginnners, concentrating on multiple opponent play.
PPA June Update - by Rich Muny
Rich Muny provides this timely update on the activities of the Poker Players Alliance along with a discussion the machinations of Sheldon Adelson.
Bubble Strategy Anomalies - by David Sklansky
David Sklansky discusses tournament strategy when approaching the bubble and how to maximize your EV.
Is the Stock Market Overvalued?, Part 2 - by Felipe Garcia, CFA and Aaron Byrd, CFA
As they did last month, Felipe Garcia and Aaron Byrd discuss whether the stock market is overvalued, but this time from the view of a distinguished economist.
Divining Information from a Horse's Last Race - by Nick Willet
Nick Willet discusses different ways the most recent race can be used to determine the validity of contenders.
Classic Article: No-Limit Hold ’em: Is it too Irritating? - by Mason Malmuth
In this classic article Mason Malmuth discusses how the slow play of players in no-limit hold'em can be irritating and the need to tell slow players to speed up.
Two Plus Two Poker Strategy Magazine - May 2015 Publisher Note - by Mason Malmuth
Andrew Brokos discusses not giving up bluffing opportunities against a poor hand reader.
Don't Give Up So Easily - by Andrew Brokos
Andrew Brokos discusses not giving up bluffing opportunities against a poor hand reader.
Early Decision Hands versus Late Decision Hands - by Jacob Danbolt Ajer
Jacob Danbolt Ajer discusses the idea that the earlier it’s decided whether or not your hand will be the best hand, the more valuable the hand is.
Maximize Your Happiness EV - by Carlos Welch
Carlos Welch discusses the idea that the poker world would be much better off if more people actually enjoyed themselves while playing.
Playing against Loose Opponents in Razz -- Part 2 - by Dan Abrams
Dan Abrams discusses the need to punish loose-passive razz players who play too many hands on third street.
Omaha 8 or Better for Beginners, Part 4 - by Frank Jerome
Frank Jerome discusses omaha 8 or better for beginnners, concentrating on heads up for short handed play.
Status of Las Vegas Poker, Spring 2015 - by Bryan Clark
Bryan Clark surveys Las Vegas poker rooms both on and off the strip.
PPA May Update - by Rich Muny
Rich Muny provides this timely update on the activities of the Poker Players Alliance along with a discussion Restoration of America's Wire Act.
Two Book Reviews - by Mason Malmuth
Mason Malmuth reviews two books: Reading Poker Tells by Zachary Elwood and Strategies for Beating Small Stakes Poker Tournaments by Jonathan Little.
Is the Stock Market Overvalued? - by Felipe Garcia, CFA and Aaron Byrd, CFA
Felipe Garcia and Aaron Byrd discuss whether the stock market is overvalued.
Returning to the Minus Pool Phenomenon - by Nick Willet
Nick Willet returns to the subject of minus pools, using a database to examine more questions surrounding the phenomenon.
How it has not Changed in Las Vegas and Never Will - by Ray Zee
In this classic article Ray Zee how Vegas is unchanged.
Two Plus Two Poker Strategy Magazine - April 2015 Publisher Note - by Mason Malmuth
Feburary 2015 notes from Mason Malmuth.
What do Ranges Want? - by Andrew Brokos
Andrew Brokos discusses thinking in terms of playing a balanced range rather than just the two cards you're currently holding
To Win, You Have To Be Willing To Fight Back - by Carlos Welch
Carlos Welch explains that if you pride yourself on how often you mincash in poker tournaments, then you're doing it wrong.
Playing Draws in No-limit Hold ’em - by Jacob Danbolt Ajer
Jacob Danbolt Ajer explores a situation where it’s quite difficult to decide if we should call a bet with more cards and more betting rounds to come.
Playing against Loose Opponents in Razz - by Dan Abrams
Dan Abrams discusses the need to punish loose-passive razz players who play too many hands on third street.
Omaha 8 or Better for Beginners, Part 3 - by Frank Jerome
Frank Jerome discusses omaha 8 or better for beginnners, concentrating on heads up for short handed play.
PPA April Update - by Rich Muny
Rich Muny provides this timely update on the activities of the Poker Players Alliance along with a discussion Restoration of America's Wire Act.
The Downfall of a Poker Player - by Ray Zee
Ray Zee discusses the importance of sitting down and spending some time admitting your weaknesses and making a list of them and how the activity may pay off big time in your poker game.
From Cigar Butt to Sprawling Conglomerate in Fifty Years - by Felipe Garcia, CFA and Aaron Byrd, CFA
Felipe Garcia and Aaron Byrd discuss Warren Buffet's annual message to stock holders.
Analyzing Promotions from your Betting Provider - by Nick Willet
Nick Willet shows how betting promotions can serve as a way to increase the bottom line if played prudently and that they offer the beginner a way to improve handicapping ability while getting a relief from high takeout rates.
Classic Article: Expert Non-Optimum Random Strategy - by David Sklansky
David Sklansky suggests that if you are first to act on the river against someone who, were you to check, bluffs with a frequency that makes it tough on you, you should strongly consider coming out betting yourself.
Two Plus Two Poker Strategy Magazine - March 2015 Publisher Note - by Mason Malmuth
Feburary 2015 notes from Mason Malmuth.
We are the Robots - by Phil Newall
Phil Newall discusses how the recent bot work at the University of Alberata illustrates that humans are in fact capable of playing poker as well as computers.
Making Money with a GTO Strategy - by Andrew Brokos
Andrew Brokos discusses recent advances in poker software in the context of Game Theoretic Optimal (GTO) play.
Polarized Ranges on the River - by Jacob Danbolt Ajer
Jacob Danbolt Ajer discusses polarized ranges a range of poker hands that contains some strong and some weak hands, and few or no medium-strength hands.
Not Every Jackpot is a Good Jackpot - by Carlos Welch
Carlos Welch discusses how set mining can be a profitable part of your game, but that many players vastly overestimate how profitable it is in certain spots.
Series Variance (or, Bernoulli’s Bad Beat) - by Jeffrey Anbinder
Jeffrey Anbinder discusses how players’ conception of what they deserve is inevitably colored by lacking a view of probability’s big picture.
Omaha 8 or Better for Beginners, Part 2 - by Frank Jerome
Frank Jerome discusses omaha 8 or better for beginnners, concentrating on starting hands.
PPA March Update - by Rich Muny
Rich Muny provides this timely update on the activities of the Poker Players Alliance along with a discussion Restoration of America's Wire Act.
Bluffing to Stop a Bluff - by David Sklansky
David Sklansky suggests that if you are first to act on the river against someone who, were you to check, bluffs with a frequency that makes it tough on you, you should strongly consider coming out betting yourself.
Absolute Zero - by Felipe Garcia, CFA and Aaron Byrd, CFA
Felipe Garcia and Aaron Byrd suggest that it is not worthwhile to pay attention to economic forecasts when investing in the stock market.
Baseball Takes Center Stage - by Nick Willet
Nick Willet examines the difficulty of maintaining performance levels for the baseball’s top players.
Classic Article: It is All about Your Bankroll - by Ray Zee
Ray Zee talks about bankroll management in poker.

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