Exploiting Loose-Aggressive Poker Players

In this post (and podcast episode), I’ll teach you the exploiting and chip earning strategies I love to use versus the loose-aggressive (LAG) players at my table. Loose-aggressive players play exactly as their name implies: they throw chips in with a ton of hands, so they’re loose, and normally put in chips as bets and […]

You MUST Work to Understand Your Opponents | Podcast #335

In my efforts to understand my opponents better, I’ve developed a system to help train myself to think about my opponents. I use Focus Sessions of just one table at a time for this practice. By playing just one table, I have enough brain space to observe all the action to make as many reads […]

How to Spot and Exploit the 4 Common Poker Player Types | Podcast #289

I help you categorize your opponents into their respective player types based on stats and tendencies. I also give some easy-to-use exploits against each. Listen to this podcast episode #289: You MUST Understand Player Types “The money available to a player winning long term comes from other players’ willingness to put money into the pot […]

Loose-Aggressive Tournament Players, Data Mining, Calling with Kings | Q&A #253

I answer questions about data mining, calling preflop with the best pocket pairs and facing loose-aggressive tournament poker players. Listen to the episode as you follow along below Question 1: Fighting Loose-Aggressive Tournament Players (2:50) I do have a question about tournaments which I play, kind of a classic question probably. I’m sure you have […]

Moving from TAG to LAG Play | Poker Podcast #208

Going from TAG to LAG play

I discuss how you can smartly and safely increase your aggression and go from TAG play to LAG play both preflop and post-flop. In episode 207, I answered 4 questions about studying apathy, the SPS archive, JTo and learning from showdowns. The Appeal of LAG Play (2:35) Going from a TAG style to a LAG […]