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What is Expected Value in Poker?

By admin / January 27, 2019

The term EV in poker, short for expected value, is about using probability mathematics to describe the average long-term average outcome for a situation. In order to calculate expected value in poker you need to consider every possible outcome, multiply each by the probability of each happening and then add those numbers together. You can […]

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What is a Rake in Poker

By admin / January 27, 2019

Rake in poker is the commission taken by a cardroom (online or casino) operating a poker game. It is normally between 2.5% to 5% of the pot up to a set maximum amount. Most cardrooms do not take a percentage rake if the hand ends before the flop – this is called ‘no flop, no drop’. You can normally […]

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If Only You Could Meet Liv Boeree

By admin / June 11, 2014

Liv Boeree is the most successful British female poker player with over $2,100,000 in live tournament winnings and is considered one of the world’s best female poker players by taking down an European Poker Tour title  in 2010 for  €1.25MM. She is also an astrophysics graduate, TV presenter and model so she can really appeal to a wide demographic.  Wouldn’t it be great to […]