The past two weekends, McLean and Falls Church High School students entered the limelight to showcase their theatrical talents during the schools’ respective performances.
Premium hands are simply few and far between when large pots are at stake. Tournaments are won by aggressively going after smaller pots with a range of starting hands. The trick is learning how to do that without becoming reckless.
The world’s most successful tournament competitors, like me, Phil Ivey, Erick Lindgren, Phil Hellmuth and countless others, like to play small ball poker.
Remember a few weeks back when I said that Georgetown looked like a fine-tuned machine? Remember when I even went so far as to liken them to Voltron? Yeah, well, right now, the Hoyas are more like Johnny 5 from “Short Circuit.”
What I’m about to say may surprise you. You might be a cheater and not even know it.
You have to play more hands than usual to be successful in tournament poker.
No matter what poker book you read or poker show you watch, the topic of position will invariably be discussed and its importance stressed.
With little else but pride and bragging rights on the line, the George Mason High School varsity boys basketball team failed to take advantage of an opportunity to head into 2009 on a winning note, as it was embarrassed by cross-town rival Falls Church High School, 43-31 on Tuesday morning […]
With a non-district schedule loaded with some of the top talent in the Northern Virginia area, the George Mason High School Varsity Boys basketball team has found little room to gain any momentum.
Other players will eventually catch on to your style of play if you play with them on a regular basis. You’ll need to find clever ways to outwit them.