Common wisdom in Texas Hold’em suggests that you should raise before the flop if you’re planning to play a hand. The saying goes, “Raise or fold,” but is that correct? Well, it’s not the worst advice but limiting yourself to one of these two options would be a mistake.
When Hillary Clinton is good on the Sunday talk shows, she is really, really good. But when she is bad, she’s atrocious. When she talks about policy, she will dazzle you. When her own ambitions are on the line, it’s time to reach for the sick bag.
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Gee/Kerns Engagement Ms. Debra L. Gee of Falls Church, and Mr. and Mrs. James and Signe Gee of Springfield, announce the engagement of their daughter, Rachel Elizabeth, to Matthew Vincent Kerns, the son of Chief Warrant Officer II (Ret.) Richard E. Kerns, Jr. and Mrs. Debra Kerns of Virginia Beach. […]
To win a really big pot in a game of No Limit Texas Hold’em, you’ll often have to set a trap for your opponents, especially if they are good players. That’s because most solid players won’t go broke in a typical hand unless they either have a strong hand themselves, […]
A pair in the hole, whether it’s 2-2 or A-A, presents a fantastic opportunity if you’re lucky enough to flop three of a kind – otherwise known as a set.
For heaven’s sake, people, do you realize this is the last weekend of the summer before Labor Day Weekend? It’s time to panic if you’re not content that you’ve gotten the most out of this summer.