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Andrew Neeme Receives Sweet Note From Fans at Bellagio

Andrew Neeme never stops. Professional poker player, traveler, Instagramer, owner of a fashion clothes shop and, since last year, vlogger. Neeme started his social media journey a long time ago by posting daily pictures on his personal Instagram account and, of course, tweeting. One year ago, Neeme took the decisive …

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Top Five Hands from WSOP Europe: Hold’em Edition

With the close of another major event live reported right here on PokerNews, it’s time for another edition of our Top Five Hands series. This time around, we’ll be looking at hands from World Series of Poker Europe at King’s Casino in Rozvadov, located on the Western border of the …

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Learning When (and How) to Change Gears in Poker

I find it useful when teaching poker concepts to use analogies from other activities. In this column we’ll draw from the world of bicycle riding. I started bike riding when I was fairly young — about eight. That was when most of us rode very simple bicycles with just one …

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Check Out the Full 2018 PCA Schedule

The PokerStars Caribbean Adventure (PCA) is back once again with 31 action-packed events from Jan. 6-14 at the Atlantis Paradise Island Resort in the sunny Bahamas. The highlight of the schedule is the six-day $10,300 PCA Main Event, which features two opening flights on Jan. 8 and 9. The tournament …

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Casino Poker for Beginners: Kill & Half-Kill Buttons, Overs and More

Sharelines More “Casino Poker for Beginners,” explaining those “kill” and “half-kill” buttons, “overs” and more. For new players: covering “kill” pots, “all in” and “call” buttons & other aspects live play. In this mini-series within a larger series of articles for those new to live poker, I’ve been discussing all …

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Getting Comfortable With Wider Ranges: Small Blind Play

Sharelines A look at how often should you get involved from the small blind following a late position raise. Carlos Welch continues his series on widening your ranges, this time focusing on small blind play. Last week, I discussed why and how we should get comfortable with playing wider ranges …

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Playing Trips Like a Chicken in a $5,000 WSOP Event

Sharelines @JonathanLittle rivers trips in this WSOP hand, but can’t find it in him to bet a three-spade board. Consider what you would have done after rivering trips in this hand from a $5,000 WSOP event. Here’s another hand from this summer’s $5,000 six-handed no-limit hold’em World Series of Poker …

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PokerNews Returns for 2018 Aussie Millions Coverage

The PokerNews Live Reporting Team will once again return to Melbourne, Australia, to provide coverage of the 2018 Aussie Millions Poker Championship. The famous tournament series kicks off Jan. 17, 2018, and features 26 events over the course of nearly three weeks. Billed by tournament organizers as “Asia-Pacific’s longest-running poker …

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