Pick your spots

Pick your spots

Julian Gardner looks at how to work out value, make value plays and avoid getting trapped by the pot odds   You can use the concept of pot odds to communi... Continue Reading
The home front

The home front

Forget the US, the UK is the home of some of the finest and most entertaining poker players on the planet. InsideEdge caught up with five of them to find why t... Continue Reading
The World Champs

The World Champs

Three World Champions give their take on the WSOP, exclusively to InsideEdge   I don’t think any of us believes we’re the best poker player in... Continue Reading
Worthwhile risks

Worthwhile risks

Tony G looks at how to make sure you’re in the right situation before you try to steal the blinds, and explains how to defend against a stealer Stealing is a v... Continue Reading

Pommo #3

Pommo highlights the dangers of playing poker with a chip on your shoulder   Ego can often be a big factor in choosing the right games and ultimately winn... Continue Reading
Playing cowboys

Playing cowboys

Pocket cowboys look great pre-flop, but as our panel of pros show, how you play them will depend entirely on what happens next You’re playing in a 40-player fr... Continue Reading
Sky’s the limit

Sky’s the limit

Are you ready to take your Omaha game to the next level? Here are some tips to help you avoid the key dangers and win big Selection policy As in Hold’em ... Continue Reading
Turning points

Turning points

Lou Krieger looks at the right way to approach betting on the turn and river Some people say the turn plays itself, but I don’t believe them – and neither shou... Continue Reading
Stud 8-or-Better

Stud 8-or-Better

You can’t call yourself a great poker player if you can only play hold’em, so Phil Shaw takes a look at stud hi-lo   Outright stealing is less profitable ... Continue Reading