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  • Playing Small Pairs in NL Cash Games

    By Adam Jacobs

    There are some big differences how you play small pairs in no limit holdem vs limit holdem. Adam gives some great examples of how and why to play pairs in NL.

  • Sets, Trips and Redraws

    By Adam Jacobs

    No-Limit based advice on sets, trips and redraws from a forum regular.

  • Moving from Limit to No-Limit

    By Rob Smith

    传奇sf合击Rob Smith unleashes his first article for LLHSAT and breaks all the rules by making it about moving from Limit Holdem to No-Limit Holdem! Some great advice for taking the plunge in the very lucrative online NL Holdem game.

  • Defending Your Big Blind

    By Tony Bee

    You won't believe how much money you're losing in the long run in your big blinds. Tony gives some solid advice in playing these positions.

  • Introduction to Taking Notes

    By Chris Hughes

    传奇sf合击Detailed help on making the most from your online note taking on other players.

  • Thinking on the Flop

    By Tony Bee

    传奇sf合击Tony reminds us the famous old saying "The Flop is All Important!" or at least if there was such an old saying he would remind us of it. Some great advice for sizing up your hand and planning a strategy on the flop.

  • Choosing an Online Card Room

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    Some great tips for making your choice about where to play online.

  • Quick on the Draw Part 2

    By Tony Bee

    Expected Value, Outs and More in this in depth continuation of Tony's Drawing article.

  • Quick on the Draw Part 1

    By Tony Bee

    传奇sf合击Pot Odds? Implied Odds?  WTFBBQ?!  Tony explains the basics of drawing.

  • Playing the Player

    By LLHSAT

    传奇sf合击Knowing your opponent's bluffing and semi-bluffing tendencies can mean extra money in your pocket.

  • Get Into the Swing

    By Tony Bee

    Tony talks about mathematics and standard deviation in this excellent article.

  • Important Concepts in Limit Holdem Part 2

    By Tony Bee

    传奇sf合击Part two of Tony's introduction to holdem strategy with some more examples and advice.

  • Important Concepts in Limit Holdem Part 1

    By Tony Bee

    传奇sf合击Tony continues his introduction to holdem strategy here with some excellent information on domination and pot equity.

  • Royal Holdem

    By poskid

    Poskid gives some good strategy advice for playing UB.com's newest game "Royal Holdem" where there are only 20 cards in the deck and you play 6-handed.

  • Recognizing What Is Important

    By Tony Bee

    Tony expertly covers a veritable plethora of beginning and intermediate mistakes and misguided concerns and what can be done to avoid them.  Mmm, veritable plethora.

  • 6-Max Limit Holdem

    By Mel Leggett

    A now very popular game at many online cardrooms, 6-max (tables that seat only six players) holdem requires some strategy modifications.  Mel Leggett walks you through it.

  • Tony Marquis at the 2005 World Series of Poker

    By Tony Marquis

    Frequent discussion board contributor Tony Marquis (___ADM___ on UB.com) writes about his experience playing in the 2005 World Series of Poker.

  • Low Low Low Limit Holdem

    By LLHSAT

    传奇sf合击The current online craze of micro limit games and playing for enough money so you care about the game.  Also setting session (instead of overall) bankroll and stop-loss limits.

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  • Your Sequential Friend: Suited Connectors

    By LLHSAT

    传奇sf合击What makes suited connectors so nice in a low limit game?  Read all about it here!

  • Low Limit Holdem Nut Hand Draws

    By LLHSAT

    Nut draws aren't meant to be played passively--at least not in a low limit game!

  • Keep It Simple, Part II

    By LLHSAT

    Extending the article from November of last year, we talk about one of the most frequent "wrong decisions" that many players make all the time in Texas Holdem -- continuing on with a pair that needs to improve to win.

  • World Poker Tour

    By LLHSAT

    Meet the faces behind the biggest force in poker!

  • Keep It Simple

    By LLHSAT

    传奇sf合击Pot odds and probabilities are an exact science but you don't need to know them exactly to make the right decisions most of the time.

  • Internet Texas Holdem: Strategy Differences Between Online and Live Play

    By Matthew Hilger

    Matthew Hilger has given us permission to include his excellent article on the strategy differences between online and live play.

  • On Fish

    By LLHSAT

    传奇sf合击Feel the urge to berate your loose opponents?  Read me first.

  • Differences Between Online and In-Person Poker

    By Sam Braids

    Sam Braids is kind enough to share an excerpt from his new book on Texas Hold'em with the visitors of Low Limit Hold'em Strategy and Tactics.

  • The Leaning Tower of Pisa (Tilt)

    By LLHSAT

    传奇sf合击If you just spent two racks of chips trying to make someone pay for sucking out on you on the river then this is the article for you.

  • Leaks

    By LLHSAT

    Where is all your poker money going. We have some ideas for you...

  • If It Smells Like a Rant... (Non Poker Related)

    By LLHSAT

    Too... many... flashing... banners... !

  • Too Much Information

    By LLHSAT

    传奇sf合击Suggestions regarding pre-flop raising in an otherwise passive low limit game and makes the argument that you are better off disguising the strength of your hand against a full table of opponents who will call the flop.

  • The Art of Drawing

    By LLHSAT

    传奇sf合击Advice on playing flush and straight draws including when you should bother to draw to them at all and knowing when you are probably beaten.

  • The Anguish of Making Your Hand After You Fold

    By LLHSAT

    Everyone who plays Texas Hold 'em has the experience of watching the hand they just folded appear on the flop like a miracle. 8's full of 5's!  I would have won that hand! Advise for dealing with this within.

  • Murphy's Laws as They Apply to Texas Hold 'em

    By LLHSAT

    A bit of humor to take the sting away when your top two pair is beaten by a gutshot straight on the river.