About the Author

Chris Blundo

Chris Blundo is a freelance writer based out of Vero Beach, Florida. He holds a BA in economics and writes about Game Theory, poker, and all things gambling and sports betting.

PokerStars’ 2021 Summer Stacks Series Wraps Up

June 29, 2021 | By: Chris Blundo

Last night, PokerStars completed its inaugural Summer Stacks Festival. The 17-day, 100-event series ran in PokerStars’ three US markets – New Jersey, Michigan, and Pennsylvania – and managed to draw hordes of players and prizes from each state.  Contrary to many similar series, the Summer Stacks catered to the more casual player, offering quicker events […]

Texas Hold’em: Betting Terms

June 25, 2021 | By: Chris Blundo

Learning when, why, and how much to bet are the first steps toward becoming a winning poker player.  Those who bet too little, too much, too often, or not often enough, will always be poor players (pun intended). By mastering bet types and sizes you’ll be taking a giant leap towards poker profitability. Our latest […]

Texas Hold’em: Understanding Position

May 24, 2021 | By: Chris Blundo

When beginning to play Texas Hold’em, one of the most important concepts to master is position. While it may seem counterintuitive, where a player is seated is of vital importance in determining how an online poker hand should be played. This installment of How to Play Texas Hold’em will cover poker positions and strategy. The […]

How To Play Texas Hold’em (Introduction) 

May 12, 2021 | By: Chris Blundo

Unlike most casino games, poker involves competing not against the house, but other players. More importantly, poker is a game of skill as well as luck; someone who truly masters the ins and out of poker can be a long-term winning player.  In this first installment of How to Play Texas Hold’em, we will introduce […]