Understanding Mistakes in Poker
The aspiring player’s mental game starts off as very fragile. It takes little to rattle confidence, instill doubt and spreadRead more.
Session Types: Focus vs Volume
Have you ever been in that kind of poker rut where you’re doing things you’ve been doing for a whileRead more.
So let me get this straight… you’re a gambler then?
Imagine you were a librarian and whenever you told anyone you were a librarian, they looked at you bemused andRead more.
Poker Pitfalls – Part 3: Learntertainment
In my experience as a coach, 80% of the average player’s poker study time before I get my hands onRead more.
Poker Pitfalls – Part 2: Mathaphobia
One of the first questions an outsider to the poker world tends to ask me when I tell them whatRead more.
Poker Pitfalls – Part 1: The Dollar on the Hook
There’s a reason so many of us are drawn to this fascinating game. It’s the lure of earning a meaningfulRead more.
Poker, Chess and Life – Part 5: Success
Throughout this series I’ve been using the games of poker and chess to help shed some light on some of theRead more.
Poker, Chess and Life – Part 4: Progress
Introduction Progress is a journey in an upward direction. It’s the getting from one starting place to another place youRead more.
Poker, Chess and Life – Part 3: Skill
Skill in anything is an attractive thing to strive for. It’s something we can develop and hone to achieve theRead more.
Poker, Chess and Life – Part 2: Luck
Now we’ll move from subjectivity to luck, a more central notion in our everyday thinking. Luck has been personified asRead more.