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Why Play Pot Limit
Comparing Pot-Limit
Poker's Ten
You Playing Style
How Deep Are You
Taking The Initiative
Drawing Hand's
Reading The Opponent
The Art of Bluffing
Betting The Bully
No Limit Play
All In Coups


Using The Material
Pot-Limit & No-Limit
Big-Bet Hold'em Q/A
Big-Bet Hold'em Q/A 5-10
Big-Bet Hold'em Q/A 11-20
Pot-Limit Omaha
Pot-Limit Omaha Q/A
Seven-Card Stud
Lowball Draw
Key Pot-Limit
London Lowball Q/A
High Low Split
High Low Split Q/A
Strip Deck Poker



                  In this section of out book we discuss the specific forms of poker. Covered are hold’em, Omaha, seven-card stud, lowball draw, London lowball, and high-low split eight-or-better. Some of these games are usually played pot-limit, and others no-limit. The main adjustments the pot-limit player must make in no-limit play is knowing when to overbet the pot size, and recognizing when he is being charged too much money to stay in the pot. However, the principles of play are similar, so for games like hold’em and lowball that may be played with either betting structure, we compress both pot-limit and no-limit.

                    As you read, pay close attention to the pot size and amount of money in front the players whenever a decision is made. The right play on a big-bet poker hand heavily depends on these factors.
                    We strongly urge you to read about all the poker forms, including the ones you have no interest in playing, to get the maximum out of the website. It is likely that some valuable ideas will be discussed in one poker form that can be applied to another. Also, by seeing a concept applied to several different poker games, you can better understand and remember it.  


Be sure visit “Important Pot-limit Concepts.” We have elected to place it right after the London Lowball chapter because the ideas are presented in a London Lowball setting, and directly related to some scenarios portrayed in that chapter.

                     Each major article is followed by a quiz on the presented webpage. The score for each answer is given in brackets. You may not be interested in all games, but we recommend you look at each question. The point considered may be relevant to more than one game. Add up your score in each section; the total assesses your ability to play theoretically in each poker game. Anything you make a choice which is awarded a negative score, you have really made a ghastly play. We feel quizzes are a useful tool for measuring you progress and deciding whether you are “combat ready.”


Tournament Strategy
Shorthanded Play


Poker History
Pot-Limit Rules
Dealing Big-Bit Poker
The House Charge
Ethics & Courtesy
Internet Poker


implied-odds-probability-poker.htmlFiguring The Odd's
Percentage Table

Odd's For Hold'em
Special Odd's Table
High-Low or Better