PokerNews is proud to announce the launch of a brand new sub-domain, Learn.PokerNews.com, a site intended to help all that are new, interested, or improving at poker. We're excited to bestow the tools on our readers on how to play poker with wisdom and style!
At PokerNews we know about poker; that isn't debatable. We are the leader in poker media, stacked with experts from around the globe who are just as passionate about poker as our readers. Our mission with everything regarding the industry is to further the positive advancement of poker. This includes catering to players of all levels, not just the intermediate and advanced players.
As such, Learn.PokerNews.com is a site dedicated to new players who are trying to feel more comfortable at the tables, and establish their own style of play. The content contains valuable advice which is presented in a whimsical, practical and realistic manner to ease players in to the game, and allow players to have fun first and foremost when hitting the felt at a home game, or trying out online poker for the very first time.
Is Learn.PokerNews.com for you? Well, ask yourself a few questions. Have you been having a blast at a recreational game with your peers? If yes, bookmark this site. Are you aspiring to be a winner at online poker or live poker in a card-room? If yes, than this site is going to help you. Have you watched poker on television but felt intimidated by the complicated jargon, and intense strategy? If yes, bookmark this site.
Although the site has just launched, we made sure to pack it full of awesome content such as...
- Poker 101 articles for people that really don't have much of a clue on what is what yet. These articles will help ground terminology and provide beginner insight.
- Choose from 8 different articles, each dishing out advice on various aspects of the game in the My First: Advice for First Timers Series
- We have enlisted poker player and TV Presenter, Michelle Orpe to help explain what it is about poker that makes it so fun and interesting.
- We are also digging out all the old PokerNews Strategy Videos and will be releasing those bit by bit over the coming months. Here is a funny one of Tony G playing some whacky high stakes online.