In December of 2018, Alex Fitzgerald and D&B Publishing released his second book ‘Exploitative Play in Live Poker.’ The book is a follow-up to his successful first volume ‘The Myth of Poker Talent.’ I sat down with Alex in Queens, NY to talk about the book and what the reception has been like so far. […]
Not much is going down this week stateside in the poker world, but that's because all the big crushers are down under for the Aussie Millions. Big names like Toby Lewis, Chino Rheem, Kitty Kuo, and Jack Sinclair headline Day 2 of the 25K Challenge while the side events are also awarding big time Aussie bucks. Mike Sexton talks about the early days of poker on the World Poker Tour. And Prahlad Friedman plays an absolutely gross hand on Live at the Bike! All those stories and more are here to kick off your weekend in the Friday Hit and Run.
By the river, Fusion looks a lot like Omaha, but with wider ranges due to how the earlier streets play out. Here's what that means for river strategy.
By the turn, PokerStars' Fusion may look a lot like Omaha, but don't make the mistake of thinking it plays the same. Try taking our strategy advice instead!
The flop can be the most confusing street in Fusion, as it's where the game least resembles any other form of poker. Here's some advice for playing it.