RICHMOND – Going into last Saturday’s state title game, the girls basketball team from Floyd County was the heavy favorite to repeat as the Virginia’s small school Group A Division 2 champions. The Buffaloes had four of their five starters back from last year’s champs, and were facing the George […]
For the 13th time this season the Hoyas hit the canvas, losing to St. John’s 59-56 in overtime Tuesday night, and there’s no doubt that Georgetown is now knocked out of any at-large discussion for the NCAA Tournament.
The secret behind playing small ball poker isn’t so much in the hands you choose to play. It’s more about the amount you choose to bet with the hands you end up playing.
The world’s most successful tournament competitors, like me, Phil Ivey, Erick Lindgren, Phil Hellmuth and countless others, like to play small ball poker.
A common mistake made by amateurs is that they often get involved in big pots with marginal hands when they’re out of position.
Adorning the football locker room of Marshall High School is a slogan, the ultimate reflection of both the Statesmen program and one of the most stellar student-athletes to ever graduate from the Falls Church school: Full speed. Full time.
What I’m about to say may surprise you. You might be a cheater and not even know it.
Defending your big blind isn’t easy. You’ll be out of position for the entire hand unless the raise comes from the player in the small blind.
No matter what poker book you read or poker show you watch, the topic of position will invariably be discussed and its importance stressed.
You probably know by now that I’m a proponent of small ball poker. It’s a technique that allows you to play more hands while limiting your risk.