NorCal's POKER & CASINO News
 
 

Livermore Casino - Livermore

 
Jonathan Little

Don’t be afraid to go for full value

By Jonathan Little The following hand took place early in Day 1 of the $3,500 buy-in Borgata Poker Open WPT main event. I was pleased to find myself at a table that...

Playing Slowly

By Jonathan Little I am frequently amazed at how slowly some poker players play. Assuming you are a winning poker player, you make some amount of equity per hand you are...

Giving up a little value

By Jonathan Little In cash games, you should usually strive to extract every little bit of value that you can, but in tournaments, you should often pass up on small...

Dealing with Disappointment

By Jonathan Little Quite often, when playing the major tournament circuit, you’ll find yourself with no chips at a final table despite recently having a decent shot...

Exploit your opponent’s tendencies

By Jonathan Little While a high amount of your profit, especially in soft or small buy-in tournaments, will come from getting maximum value from your strong hands,...

Leading usually does not make sense

By Jonathan Little I recently witnessed a hand in a $1,000 buy-in poker tournament that illustrates a few mistakes that many amateurs make on a regular basis. With...

Top five mistakes amateur poker players make

By Jonathan Little In this article, I am going to share with you five mistakes most amateur players make on a regular basis. If you stop making these mistakes, you will...

Checking for value

By Jonathan Little This hand I was told about from a $500 buy-in tournament clearly illustrates an important concept you must master if you want to succeed at poker....

Failing to get value with an over pair

By Jonathan Little With the World Series of Poker well underway, I would like to share with you a hand I played in a $1,500 buy-in event last year. With blinds of...

3 leaks Colossus players should fix

By Jonathan Little The World Series of Poker is just around the corner. That is exciting! The Colossus event, the smallest WSOP buy-in at $565, brings together more...

Created By Santa Cruz Webmasters