Many poker players dream of attending the WSOP and taking a shot at winning a coveted bracelet, but often the costs are somewhat prohibitive.
In this article, Connor Whiteley illustrates how for a modest budget of under $1,500, you can enter a low-buy-in bracelet event, cover your travel costs, and still have a bit left over for tipping the dealers.
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Being a poker pro has not only provided Chris Wallace with the means of making a living. It’s also equipped him with a number of life skills, some of which he shares with us in this article.
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The past few weeks has seen plenty of high stakes action take place at partypoker. We have had the POWERFEST, WPT Online Series, and the Super High Roller Bowl, but poker isn’t only about grinding the highest stakes, it’s a game for everyone. Canada’s Joel Musqua is a disabled 42-year-old hailing from Canora Saskatchewan. A […]
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The biggest reason poker players go broke, a lack of skill aside is because of poor bankroll management. They don’t keep enough money to one side to see them through downswings. This or they play stakes too high for the funds they have available. Practising good bankroll management is like budgeting in your everyday life. […]
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