Critique Your Online Play to Increase Your Poker Pay

BonusGeek wants to know if you track your results in an online poker log, and if you consistently critique your own play. There are multiple ways to play any given hand in poker, due to the fact that at any given time there are hundreds if not thousands of possible outcomes. And even among professionals who make a very good living playing poker, there are different groups of thought given any particular situation. Some poker pros like Gus Hansen, as well as most poker beginners and newbies, will play literally any two cards in a given scenario, while mathematically inclined poker experts like Chris Ferguson play a very regimented and low risk style. How would you classify yourself as an online poker player?

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Tuesday 06-05-12

Posted in Online Gambling, Poker

A Facebook Full House – Social Gaming to Become Social Gambling

Would you rather shovel manure in Farmville, or play Texas Hold ‘Em live with your friends around the globe in a game like Zynga Poker? Evidently, you are not alone. Recently, farm-based games at social media sites like Facebook gave up their number one popularity spot for online casino and poker games. Facebook games like DoubleDown Casino have absolutely exploded in popularity, and have opened the door for Facebook friends and frequent flyers of other social networking sites to enjoy legalized real money gambling from home as soon as states in America pass regulated online gaming laws.

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Friday 05-18-12

Posted in Bingo, Casino, Online Gambling, Poker

New Bonus Code For Carbon Poker

We have just received our new bonus code for Carbon Poker which offers all our visitors a 100% match bonus up to $400 using bonus code IGG77. Their traffic is a little low right now, but they are starting to pick up somewhat and they have the fairest blackjack game online, trust me its the only place I can seem to win. Visit Carbon Poker and dont forget to enter code IGG77 during your signup process.

Tuesday 02-26-08

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Blind Poker Player Makes The Money In WSOP

Vision Quest: Blind Player in the money

MSNBC by Bob Harkins

Picture This!

A poker player by the name of Hal Lubarky stares at his dealt cards in the World Series of Poker Tournament. Another man leans over and whispers in his ear. The man isn’t inviting him to dinner, but is telling Hal what card he was dealt. Hal is blind. “Talk about being all in”.

Hal, who is not fooling around, is listed as 118th our of 335 contetant in the World Series of Poker with a chip count of $409,000 in chips.

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Monday 08-27-07

Posted in Online Gambling, Poker