Welcome to Full Tilt Poker's Pro Tips Archive. Here, you'll find a collection of past tips conducted by your favorite Full Tilt Poker pros, including Team Full Tilt members, Chris Ferguson, Howard Lederer, John Juanda, Phil Ivey and more. Simply click on a pro's avatar or picture to open the full list of their tips, sorted by date.
Enjoy the Pro Tips Archive and remember to check back regularly for new tips from all of your favorite Full Tilt Poker pros.
223 - Small Buy-Ins, Big ScoresTeam Full Tilt - May 10th, 2010
With MiniFTOPS XVI in full swing and the Mini Series of Poker set to begin, Full Tilt Poker offers a variety of ways for you to turn a small tournament buy-in into a huge payday.
222 - Aiming High in Omaha Hi/LoEsther Rossi - May 6th, 2010
Everyone knows that in Omaha Hi/Lo, starting with low cards is your best bet. You want to play hands with two-way potential, hands that can scoop the pot. In any hi/lo game, scooping is the dream.
221 - Tight-Aggressive Is Always ChicStephan Kalhamer - April 26th, 2010
If a poker player wants an edge, he must move with the times. Today, a style which was successful only a year ago can already be outdated; tomorrow, he could be the sucker.
220 - Bluffing In Big PotsBrandon Adams - April 19th, 2010
The ability to bluff big pots effectively is one of the key skills that separate good players from great players. It is no accident that the games played at the highest stakes feature some of the most daring bluffs: big bluffs are a central part of the game.
219 - Running BadJoe Beevers - April 6th, 2010
Wherever you go in poker, you hear plenty of poker stories, usually of the bad beat variety and various claims of individuals running bad. But what is running bad?
218 - Audit Your GameAdam Noone - March 29th, 2010
For some, playing poker is an acceptable expense because they simply enjoy playing the game for fun. It's fine to have that approach if you have it reconciled in your own mind that you are prepared to spend money...
217 - Thinking About Strategy in Rush Poker*Brandon Adams - March 16th, 2010
Rush Poker* is an innovative new form of poker offered by Full Tilt Poker that allows players to see up to four times as many hands as they would see in a normal game.
* Patent Pending
216 - Keeping the Pot SmallJennifer Harman - March 2nd, 2010
Poker is a game of decisions. Some decisions are very easy to make, while others will keep you awake all night if you choose poorly. In my experience, the larger the pot size, the harder the decision you’ll be faced with.
215 - Making the ConnectionIsaac Baron - February 22nd, 2010
When you’re playing ABC poker, you always want to start with premium hole cards. Hands such as pocket Aces or A-K suited are solid, no-nonsense cards and it’s reasonably easy to figure out whether or not you have the best hand.
214 - Cashout Tournament StrategiesEric Froehlich - February 16th, 2010
Full Tilt Poker’s Cashout Tournaments provide players the option to leave the tournament at any time before the final table and get the cash value of what their stack is worth.