Below are some of our favorite links to poker,
hold'em and other gaming related information.
For info on poker supplies see the Home Poker Supplies section. For info on chip tricks, Video
Poker, Caribbean Stud or Let it Ride strategy
see the Other Poker-type Games and Info section. For info on playable "for
fun" games in your browser (i.e. Video
Poker) see the Online Games section. If gambling is becoming a problem that you can no longer control,
visit the National Council on Problem Gambling's website for some helpful information.
Most pro pages offer an index to their articles
as well as personal background information.
Unfortunately, I think most of the sites
don't offer much over more popular sites
like cardplayer.com. One advantage, however,
is that many of them offer a forum or Q&A
section where you can ask your favorite pro
Doyle Brunson (http://www.doylebrunson.com/)
Separate from his DoylesRoom.com site, here you will find more personal
information on Doyle as well as some strategy tips.
Daniel Negreanu (http://www.fullcontactpoker.com)
Great resource for Daniel Negreanu's articles as well as a poker forum
where Daniel often makes postings. He also has a daily blog with info from
his day to day life.
Annie Duke (http://www.annieduke.com)
Here you can learn about Poker's favorite mom. She provides an article
index and information on her life and where she's playing poker.
Phil Hellmuth (http://www.philhellmuth.com)
Index of Phil's "Hand of the Week" articles as published in Cardplayer.
Also includes biography information, a newsletter and a link to his audio
Tip of the week (not sure if this tip is updated regularly).
Johnny Chan (http://www.chanpoker.com)
This is an online poker room now, though you can read Johnny's biography
and get some poker insights from "The Orient Express".
Howard Lederer (http://www.howardlederer.com)
Howard's site provides some good strategy information, as well as information about himself and where he will be playing.
Bill Chen (http://www.billchenpoker.com/)
This is the online home of Bill Chen (as referenced in our starting hands and starting quiz). There is some good information on his life and his book The Mathematics of Poker.
Lou Krieger Online (http://www.loukrieger.com)
Many of Lou Krieger's books have become poker
classics. He offers top advice on his site,
including an index of his articles. Good
site with a nice interface.