The Math and Emotion of Short-handed Poker − PokerSimple: Episode 26
A lot of people avoid short-handed poker play because they aren’t sure how to play it. We suggest ways to thrive at short-handed, while having more fun and making more profit per hour. Specifically, don’t change a thing.
1:09 – More Decisions = More Money
3:50 – Don’t play more hands per position.
5:27 – The number of empty chairs doesn’t matter.
7:23 – Short-handed is fun and profitable.
Our coaching offerings:
Our hat stands out particularly well in short-handed games:
Lee Jones is a poker writer, poker coach, and a passionate poker ambassador. Lee
Jones was the poker cardroom manager for PokerStars online poker cardroom
and Cake online poker cardroom. Jones has organized, hosted, and provided
television commentary for European Poker Tour EPT poker tournament events.
Lee Jones has written poker strategy articles for CardPlayer Magazine,
Bluff Magazine, and PokerNews Online Poker Magazine.
Lee Jones is also a poker author. He wrote the poker book “Winning Low-Limit
Lee Jones, along with Tommy Angelo, created the online poker video series: PokerSimple.
Lee Jones is known throughout the poker world for his goodwill and poker
Tommy Angelo is a poker author and poker coach. He has written four poker
books: Elements of Poker, Painless Poker, Waiting for Straighters, and A
Rubber Band Story.
Angelo’s books are about poker strategy, poker tilt, poker tells, poker
bankroll, poker discipline, and poker meditation.
Tommy Angelo has produced poker strategy videos for two poker training
websites: Deucescracked.com and RunItOnce.com.
Tommy Angelo, along with Lee Jones, created the poker video series: PokerSimple.
Tommy Angelo is respected for his writing skill and poker wisdom.