Irene Edith

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Texture does change in poker

Texture does change in poker

posted on November 14, 2017 by

Heavenly Poker | By definition, texture is the feel, appearance, or consistency of a surface or a substance. At the poker table, the game texture can be loose or tight; it can be aggressive or the opposite, passive.

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Definitely not fun when getting rivered

Definitely not fun when getting rivered

posted on November 07, 2017 by

Heavenly Poker | While playing Texas hold’em at the casino, suddenly a player angrily shouted aloud: “Again! He rivered me again!” Then, venting his fury, he slammed his hole cards face-up atop the muck. 

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Knowing your opponent part two

Knowing your opponent part two

posted on October 31, 2017 by

Heavenly Poker | Last week, we identified typical playing traits you will encounter as you play Texas hold’em. Knowing how each opponent usually plays his cards, you can be prepared to take appropriate measures in your own best interests. Let’s explore this:

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Study, understand your enemy

Study, understand your enemy

posted on October 24, 2017 by

Heavenly Poker | If you play poker in a typical home game, it won’t take long until you know what to expect from your various opponents. Of course, that will happen only if you pay attention.

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Nice to be on a roll in the local hold'em game

Nice to be on a roll in the local hold'em game

posted on October 17, 2017 by

Heavenly Poker | At one time or another, we have all had the wonderful experience of being “on a roll” – a prolonged spell of success or good luck at the poker table. What an awesome experience; great for your morale and psyche! 

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