Tom “TIME” Leonard

Tom has been writing about poker since 1994 and has played across the USA for over 40 years, playing every game in almost every card room in Atlantic City, California and Las Vegas.

As we go through this list of common poker mistakes, be honest with yourself and acknowledge if you fall prey to any of these chip draining leaks. Read more

In this lesson we take a look at three best methods of analyzing your poker play. This includes record keeping, coaching and the use of poker statistics. Read more

Let’s review several key elements of a winning poker player’s checklist, such as discipline, focus and planning. This is what winning poker players do. Read more

If the turn represents the home stretch then the river is the finish line. Let’s review the elements that you need to consider once you arrive at the river. Read more

The turn is perhaps the most difficult street to play in hold’em so let’s explore some differences in how one might approach the turn for improved results. Read more

Flopping the nuts is a wonderful feeling. When the poker gods bestow this blessing upon you don’t squander it, you should be aiming to extract maximum value Read more

The flop is a defining moment in a hand of poker. The flop is when you start to play poker versus just playing cards. How good is your post-flop strategy? Read more

Let’s define small pocket pairs as pocket sevens or lower. Any pair can look good in a poker game, but small pairs can be real chip burners when misplayed. Read more

Let’s discuss everyone’s favorite holding, the beguiling Ace King and examine some of the strengths and weaknesses of playing this premium starting hand. Read more

While a pair of kings is a beautiful sight, they are often accused of being ace magnets on the flop. Let’s examine some strategies for playing pocket kings. Read more

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