2024-07-23 7:58 PM

Daniel Negreanu on Poker: Reading Flop Texture

Experienced no limit Texas Hold’em players understand the importance of reading flop texture. So should you. In this column, we’ll examine how your playing strategy should change depending on the type of flop that hits the board.

Daniel Negreanu on Poker: 3 Ways to Add Deception to Your Game

The key to becoming a winning poker player is to learn the fundamentals that will make your game consistently strong. Once you do that, and become a winning player in smaller games, you’ll need to add some deception to your game in order to compete at higher levels.

Setting a Trap by Smooth Calling with Pocket Aces

To win a really big pot in a game of No Limit Texas Hold’em, you’ll often have to set a trap for your opponents, especially if they are good players. That’s because most solid players won’t go broke in a typical hand unless they either have a strong hand themselves, or you’ve done a good […]

With Loss, Mustangs Ride Into Sunset

Last Thursday, the George Mason High School Volleyball team closed out an impressive season with a loss at Rappahannock County High School in the semifinals of the Bull Run District tournament, 25-27, 15-25, and 25-27, finishing the year with a record of 15-5.

Limping in with Pocket Aces

There are opposing schools of thought as to whether you should limp in before the flop when holding a big pocket pair like aces in No Limit Texas Hold’em.  

Mason Volleyball Spikes Stuart, Manassas

Back to back wins place Mustangs at 12-3 on the year Last Thursday the George Mason High School Volleyball team rolled to a four-set victory over cross-town rival J.E.B. Stuart 25-16, 28-26, 22-25, 25-17. The following Tuesday, the Mustangs had very little trouble defeating fellow Bull Run District member Manassas Park, as they won in […]