Calling is for Losers is designed to transform a new or losing player into a competent winning professional in a minimal amount of time. Jason lays out how to beat low stakes live poker games that are commonly found in North American poker rooms.
Donkey Poker Hand Reading uses Flopzilla as the analytical tool to narrow down the range of Villain's starting hand. The examples are explained using Flopzilla as the analysis tool to interpret the possible hands which Villain may have in his range from flop to turn to river.
In general, it a stubborn person (like a donkey is stubborn) that refuses to get out of the way, or let you bend their will. If they decide they are going to call you down to the end, there is.
Steve Selbrede has been playing poker for 20 years and writing about it since 2012. He is the author of five books, The Statistics of Poker, Beat the Donks, Donkey Poker Volume 1: Preflop, Donkey Poker Volume 2: Postflop, and Donkey Poker Volume 3: Hand Reading.
Steve Selbrede is the author of Beat The Donks (3.67 avg rating, 6 ratings, 0 reviews, published 2013), Beat The Donks (3.67 avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 rev.
The best way to beat a donk is to donk him back, it's far more rewarding when you beat him at his own game, when you finally think you have him beat on a hand make your play unpredictable by re-raising his bets and then checking like you're confused or missed the card you were hoping for, also play the hand quickly so he thinks you are making irrational decisions and will he will call your bets.
Paul Westin is a professional poker player on several online poker sites and a former software engineer for a gaming company. His latest research reveals the inner workings of the online poker sites and how the software programs used on the poker sites affect the outcomes of your play.
The goal of this blog is to chronicle my progress in the poker world from Donkey to Poker Master(hopefully). My first goal is to replicate the Chris Ferguson Bankroll Challenge. This blog will serve as my poker diary and contain notes from each session. Through this blog, my readers will relive every victory, defeat, and agonizing suck-out.