When you can Limp In

If there’s one move that shows weakness and invites raises from around the table, it’s limping in. By limping in, you are telling others at the table that your hand isn’t worthy of raising, and it’s nothing more than a weak drawing hand. So should you throw limping in out of your arsenal of poker […]

Playing Q-J

In Texas Hold’em, you’ll get hands that force you to think about the next move all of the time. With hands like A-A, K-K, and Q-Q you’re probably making large pre-flop raises with the intention of getting 1…maybe 2 callers. With hands like 7-2, you’re hopefully folding every time because nothing good can come from […]