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PokerStars – Everything Poker (vids)

shutterstock_63024610It does happen every now and again but we are on an extremely quiet day of poker news, so we thought we would bring you something that could help players everywhere improve their game. Over at PokerStars.tv they have an excellent array of tutorial videos, especially one particular series called “Everything Poker”.

This series offers a series of tutorials that start right at the basics and then work their way through to some advanced strategies. The idea is that these tutorials will slowly get you to not only understand the game better but actually improve you gradually as a player by eliminating any mistakes that you might be making and showing you the correct ways in which you should be playing.
The videos include appearances and advice from a whole host of PokerStars Team Pros, with each of them putting forward their own views. So without further ado, take a peek at these videos and see if there is anything that you can pick up to improve your game.

Episode 1.1 – The Basics
This video will show you as a player the nuts and bolts of poker, with them breaking poker right down to the bare essentials such as how the game is played, the starting hands and the blinds. There are segments that include Daniel Negreanu, Liv Boeree, Chris Moneymaker and Joe Hachem with each of them offering their own helpful advice to any new players that are trying to learn the game.

Episode 1.2 – Starting Hands

The second episode in the series takes things a little bit further with the tutorial concentrating on the starting hands that players should be using in each hand. They distinguish what starting hands are good and which ones players should be throwing away, though each situation is different depending on the bets that have been placed.

There you have it for both episodes 1.1 and 1.2, interesting stuff we are sure you will agree, though the series has so much more to offer which is what we will be bringing you at some point during next week.

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