How to Play
How to play Stud
This article explains the basic rules of 7 Card Stud.
How to play Razz
This article explains the basic rules of Razz (stud for low only) - Seven card stud
How to play Stud High/Low
This article explains the basic rules of Stud High/Low - Play Seven Card Stud High
Omaha High only
This article explains the basic rules of Omaha (High)
Limit? Spread Limit? Pot Limit? No Limit?
A quick look at the three main betting structures for poker.
This article explains the basic rules of Draw poker
Texas Holdem - How to play
This article explains the basic rules of Texas Holdem Poker
The Nut Hand in Poker
Knowing what the nut hand is can save you from embarassing and expensive mistakes.
Deuce to the seven triple draw lowball.
This article explains the basic rules of Deuce to the Seven Triple Draw Lowball
Expected Value and Risk Aversion
Expected Value isn`t as simple as we think in the poker
The dreaded bad beat - we`ve all been there - The Bad Beat causes one of the most unpleasant sensations of poker
Seven Deadly Sins of Poker
The seven deadly sins of the poker will condemn your bankroll to hell! Read all about it here.
Outs and Board Reading in Omaha
Jim Green discusses how to read hands and outs in Omaha8
The most important decision in Holdem
Game selection is the most important decision in holdem.
Two Poker Truths
The Poker Penguin shares two powerful poker truths, read on for more details...
Game Theory (Snoopy and the Red Baron)
Give your opponent the opportunity to make the mistake.
Has your game stalled?
How to restart your game when it has stalled.
Playing strong hands
Premium Hands like AA might not necessarily be profitable for some players. It`s a big claim to make, but bear with me
Some Omaha 8 Dangers
Jim Green explains some of the potential traps in Omaha
The Penguin's guide to shorthanded poker
The Poker Penguin, a good friend of mine, shares his wisdom on the short-handed game
Avoid Self Destructing at the Poker Table
Self destruction at the poker table can doom you to losing all of your chips quickly
Omaha 8 starting hands
A discussion on starting hand selection in Omaha High Low 8 or better
Short Buyins at No Limit Games
The Poker Penguin says - Never buy in for less than the maximum in a NL game. Here`s why:
Money Money Money!
When you sit down at the poker table, your money stops being money.
David Sklansky's Theory of Poker
Sklansky`s Theory of Poker is not an easy read, but it is one the fundamental books of modern poker
Lee Jones' Winning Low Limit Holdem
Jesus doesn`t want you to read this book!
DD Tournament Poker
DD Tournament Poker is a good way of practising for multitable tournaments.
Ed Miller's Small Stakes Holdem
This book is the graduate course in beating low limit games.
Doyle Brunson's Super/System 2
Doyle Brunson (and friends) update the Poker Bible (Super/System I)
David Sklansky's Holdem for Advanced Players
Holdem for Advanced players by David Sklansky is one of the most important books about the game.
Andrew Kinsman's Poker on the Internet
One of many recent books written specifically about online poker, Andrew Kinsman`s is a good beginner book.
Should I go pro?
Jesse McLean offers his advice on going pro. Sign up for a few poker accounts
There are a lot of wild theories out there about online poker. The Poker Penguin has a look at the more ludicrous ones.
Sharing Your Success with Poker Pals
Using your live chat feature to distribute the class poker once held, while promoting your username for good - not evil.
Can Anyone Develop Poker Skills Online?
Learning the basics of poker is instrumental in developing a winning game.
Alternative Deposit Methods
Put that credit card away! This is why you should be using an e-wallet
Playing Poker with Skill and Integrity
Creating a player friendly atmosphere at the poker table only requires that you know how to play properly.
Zynga Live Poker and Facebook, a winning combination
The rise of Facebook to first place in social network ranking will probably be studied in the future in university communication courses. One of the secrets of this success must be due to the unique applications and services offered, among them social games. Zynga’s Live Poker, launched on Facebook in early 2008, is certainly one of the site’s strengths.