25 November 2008
Heads-up Lines on the Flop
This situation somehow disappeared from my line up:
18 November 2008
tEh_R3aLde4L in Tournament poker: Part Two
In his last piece, Wesley “tEh_R3aLde4L” Whybrew talked at length about adjusting to players and changing gears in multi-table tournaments as well as the psychological requirements behind successfully playing tournament poker professionally and some overall advice on improving your game.
10 November 2008
Strategy: Note Taking = +EV!
Adapting to your opponent is essential in heads up. Similarly, note taking is essential so that you can remember how your opponent plays and what strategy you need to use.
03 November 2008
tEh_R3aLde4L in Tournament poker: Part One
Playing as tEh_R3aLde4L on PokerStars, Wesley Whybrew has over $200,000 in online tournament winnings as well as a successful live mid-stakes cash and tournament career. Oh, and he’s only 20 years old – Vegas will fear this man when he comes of age.
28 October 2008
Strategy: Continuation Bet Sizing
I've watched a lot of high stakes play and the top players almost always continuation bet close to 5/6ths of the pot. This never made sense to me because I know that 2/3 is the most that is necessary against the vast majority of opponents. This eventually came to me as a bit of an epiphany.