EV (expected value)
EV is an abbreviation for expected value. Regardless if you play poker, blackjack or on horses you will always have an expected value for the outcome of your play.
ROI (return of investment)
It's good to know you ROI as you will when know how much you can expect to win in a certain number of tournaments and you can also compare between different poker forms to discover there your best profit are made.
There are 1,326 different starting hands in Texas hold'em, but if you leave out the different color constellations there are totally 169. The starting hands are divided in four categories after how well they perform in poker.
The aggression factor in poker
Learn why aggression is important in poker and how it can be measured. You will also learn about AF (aggression frequency) and AFq (aggression frequency) and how these are calculated.
Different ways of multi-tabling in poker
Multi-tabling in poker can potentially increase the winnings. There are three main ways to arrange the tables: tile tables, cascade tables and stack tables.
Why memorizing is crucial in the game of poker
A good memory is seldom mention when the factors you need to play great poker is mentioned. This article explains why it's important and shortcuts if you don't have a very good memory.
Optimizing Ace King
A new book written by James “SplitSuit” Sweeney Adam “W34ZSL” Jones deals with the most complex hand in poker, ace-king. Read the review about this book.
How to play Short-deck poker
Short-deck poker (a.k.a. Six-plus Hold'em or Triton Poker) is a variant of Texas Hold'em design by Chinese poker players and it occured recently in the Triton Super High Roller Series 2018.
Poker and short-term statistical noise
In the field of statistics, noise and signal are two often referred terms. Noise is mostly irrelevant data whereas signal is the vital matter.