It’s a Bluff!

Stick your AA in your ass you fat fuck The hand started with a cut-off 3-bet with a strong pictured connected PLO hand. The Big blind cold-overcalled presumably with the type of PLO hand which he wanted to see a flop with, but not AAxx which almost everyone would 4-bet. The original raiser (who was… Read More »

Four Kings – A short story by Andrew Laurie

  You might find it hard to believe, but poker hasn’t always been my first love. In my younger days, I was a keen chess player. When I was sixteen my friend Dan and I stayed in Manchester for a week, whilst we played in the British junior championships. Our accommodation was terrible. The only… Read More »

An evening with Moneymaker, part 2

Or how I won and lost four thousand euros in fifteen minutes A Short Story by Andrew Laurie In Part 1: After a successful night of poker action, our hero finds himself seated next to the former World Champion Chris Moneymaker in a short handed pot limit Omaha cash game. By sitting down, has he just… Read More »

An evening with Moneymaker

Or how I won and lost four thousand euros in fifteen minutes A Short Story by Andrew Laurie ‘It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.’ The opening line from Charles Dickens classic A Tale of Two Cities, one of my favourite books. A wonderful opening line, and I can’t find… Read More »

The Poker Player – A Novel

Congratulations to our good friend Andrew Laurie on the publication of his new novel ‘The Poker Player’, now available in paperback. Andrew is himself a keen Omaha 8 enthusiast, so we do hope you show him your support and help make this a poker best seller.  See below for an exclusive extract and here for a… Read More »