Gold from “Inside the Poker Mind”

April 11th, 2005

Inside The Poker Mind

Inside the Poker Mind: Essays on Hold \'em and General Poker Concepts

While doing more follow-up reading for reviews, I came across this gold from Inside the Poker Mind by John Feeney. In his terrific Bad Plays Good Players Make essay, Feeney references Read the rest of this entry »

I Don’t Like “The Theory of Poker”

April 10th, 2005

The Theory of Poker

The Theory of Poker

I’m re-reading The Theory of Poker by David Sklansky, and remembering all the reasons why I didn’t like it the first time around. Read the rest of this entry »

-Tracker and -Office: I See the Future

April 9th, 2005

While investigating Poker Office for a contrasting review between it and Poker Tracker, I caught a glimpse of the potential future of online play-tracking software. I don’t want to get sidetracked into a full review of these products, but I would like to say that there are serious issues in the current generation, depending on your usage. However, it looks like major changes which are occurring in the immediate present might change the way we use these programs.

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SSHE Preflop Charts & Pot Odds

April 9th, 2005

Here are two charts that I hope you find are useful:

Small Stakes Hold’em’s preflop hand chart and Turn Card Pot Odds calculation.

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Hello world! Poker Musings is alive!

April 8th, 2005

Welcome to Poker Musings. It’s amazing what a labor of love a site can be before the first post is up. I’ve been playing the odds on this site (and hope to completely avoid any other hints at jargon-filled meandering … uh-oh), using it as an exercise to relate one active hobby (poker) to an admittedly inactive one (writing). I don’t really know any of the etiquette for blogging, but I hope to learn quickly.

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