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Matthew Pitt

Matthew Pitt

If it’s something you can play online for real money, chances are Matthew knows a bit about it. He’s been writing about slots, craps and poker for the better part of the last decade. He’s written for PokerNews, PartyPoker and many other respected online gambling websites during the last nine years.

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Ryan Hohner Takes Down partypoker US PKO Main Event

The partypoker US Network PKO Bounty Online Series concluded on March 1 with the $100,000 guaranteed PKO 8-Max Main Event. Some 311 players bought in for $535 and Ryan “TheSims” Hohner outlasted them all. Hohner navigated his way to the final table where he sat down…

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Ankush Mandavia Wins $2,500 CPPT Venetian Event

Ankush Mandavia is $260,000 richer than a couple of days ago thanks to winning the $2,500 Card Player Poker Tour Venetian event in Las Vegas. Live poker tournaments are something of a rarity in the current climate so it was great to…

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When And When Not To Continuation Bet

The continuation bet is a powerful tool to have in your arsenal. Track all the hands you play and see how much money you make from a simple continuation bet. I am willing to wager they make you a lot of money if you’re making them with the correct frequency.

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Chess Grandmaster Ladva Turns $530 Into $525K

Ottomar Ladva has $525,089 reason to be happy today after he won the MILLIONS Online 6-Max High Roller event at partypoker. Ladva is a chess grandmaster who hails from Estonia. He won his seat in the $25,500 Super High Roller via a relatively small $530 satellite.

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The Biggest Poker Winners From New Mexico

New Mexico is where the critically acclaimed television series Breaking Bad took place, but it’s also the US state where several big poker winners hail from. The state’s five biggest winners have $6,6,37,393 in live poker tournament winnings between them. They don’t have any WSOP bracelets to brag about, yet,…

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Ankush Mandavia Wins $2,500 CPPT Venetian Event

When And When Not To Continuation Bet

Chess Grandmaster Ladva Turns $530 Into $525K