LAG

LAG Style

A LAG style means you play loose (a wide range of hands) and aggressive (betting and raising instead of checking and calling). While raising every hand on the button is a bit too loose and not recommended; opening up your range of hands while on the button is a solid strategy. You can use the […]

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Playing Junk from Late Position

The following article was found on the 2+2 forums. The original post is by the user tannenj  and is titled Pooh-Bah Post: Playing Junk From Late Position and can be found here. This article has been edited for clarity and readability. My current VPIP/PFR stats: UTG: 11/11. MP: 11/11. CO: 22/20. BTN: 30/27. My attempt to […]

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Opening Up Your Game

The following article was found on the 2+2 forums. The original post by the user AJFenix is titled Opening Up Your Eyes and Your Game (very long) and can be found here. Recently I have had some interesting discussions with a few regulars, and some interesting points were brought up from which I learned quite a bit, […]

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Blind Stealing

The following article was found on the 2+2 forums. The original post by Pokey is titled Pooh-Bah Redux: Blind Stealing and can be found here. This article was one of the most inspirational and ground breaking to my play. This post is an absolutely “must read” for any person trying to seriously win at online poker; […]

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Trikkur 10 – 200NL at Full Tilt Poker

This video is for the intermediate to advanced players that are already beating 100NL or 200NL games. I play only two tables of 6 max 200NL at Full Tilt Poker and play a loose aggressive preflop game. I didn’t prepare this video to be about squeeze plays and 3-betting light, but the situations kept arising […]

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Trikkur 3 – 100NL at Full Tilt Poker

This video was an experiment in playing a Loose Aggressive style. I had just watched a training video at CardRunners and wanted to attempt raising every hand from the button. CTS, the CardRunners pro, had mentioned doing this himself for a week straight in order to improve his button play. I moved down to 100NL […]

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