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Free Poker has gathered videos for you to watch that will help you improve your skills.

  • Using Black Jack’s years of poker experience, beginners can start to learn how to play and what key components are important to know and understand. It is important to know the very basics, like how having at least five players is better, as it allows the game to flow smoother, and not to mention it…

  • This is PART 2. This video offers some hints on tournament poker play, when you have fewer chips than most of the table and you need to consider what hands you might want to be aggressive with and attempt to push out other players. This is worth trying at times even with some middling hands…

  • With the hosts of the Word Series of Poker, learn all about the upcoming tournaments, schedules, buy-ins, and guaranteed prize pools of the 2015 summer. It is a great time to be a poker player, whether you are an amateur or a seasoned player, anyone can buy their seat at any one of the great…

  • Sometimes poker makes you do stupid things. This clip is an example of that, when 18-year-old Swedish player Victor Blom probably wished he could make this day a do-over. This is Day 2 of the WSOP Main Event, and Blom is playing against UK amateur player Ian Munns. Blom  with K-2 suited (Diamonds); Munns has…

  • Here are offered some suggestions on playing sit n go tournaments, which are some of players’ favorite contests, with great chances of winning money fast, if you do it with a fair idea of what you’re doing. As they explain, as each stage unfolds, it forces the remaining players to change their strategy to deal with…

  • 1. More hands & a faster pace. 2. More play in the blinds. 3. A more aggressive attitude and willingness to engage. In last stages of this type of tournament, when it’s heads up, you’ll be acting more aggressively — playing most of your hands. I’m not sure the example after the talk that they…

  • ESPN’s telecast of the 2014 tournament with the $15 million top prize, held at the Rio Suites Hotel in Las Vegas, which is home to the WSOP. It costs players a million dollars to buy in, and this time 42 players bought in. The first hand at the featured table has Phil Ivey, Daniel Negreanu,…

  • If you love watching Phil Hellmuth’s rants and tantrums, here’s one for your entertainment. He truly is aptly named the Poker Brat. This tournament hand was from the WSOP 2008 Main Event, ESPN TV. Hellmuth has pocket 8s. Adam Levy with Q-10. Flop is 9H – 6D – JH Levy has a straight draw here, so stays…

  • A Spanish site video. $600K was the prize to winner of this game. Perhaps only hard poker players and fans will discern how strange this hand went, with two strong players deciding today they should bluff the farm away. The size of the pot makes it noteworthy. Paul Jackson with 6-5; Ivey with Q-8. Flop…

  • This video starts out on the scene of High Stakes Poker TV show from 4-18-10. It is Season 6, Episode 10. This might have been simply a good table full of powerhouse players (Dwan, Ivey, Elezra, Grospellier, Benyamine, Negreanu, Matusow, Brunson) and an exciting amount of chips at stake, but after a deal and some…

  • Learn some poker chip tricks from poker champion Nick “Nicky Numbers” Brancato. Hey, I’m Nicky Numbers, Professional Poker Player, and today I’m going to show you some really cool chip tricks. We’re going to start with the chip roll. What you want to do, is get some small amount of chips, like five or six,…

  • This video describes the “Stop and Go Play,” which is a tournament ploy for a short-stacked player. It often involves calling a raise from the blinds, which is against the general wisdom. When considering this play, think about the fact that: Most players will miss the flop most of the time. You can, when you…