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After World Series, Coach needs a coach

Having just finished a two-week stint at the Rio in Las Vegas, I hereby declare it to be a good trip. In poker terms,...
Mark Brement - Coached Cornet - Ante Up Magazine

Let’s talk about stack sizes, shall we?

Recently, I played in a tournament at Casino Del Sol in Tucson, Ariz., and placed fourth for $3,717. There were several situations where my...
Mark Brement - Coached Cornet - Ante Up Magazine

How to avoid tournament mistakes

In 2017, more than 100K players converged on Las Vegas to play in the World Series of Poker and my poker gut tells me...
Mark Brement - Coached Cornet - Ante Up Magazine

Treat poker super-satellites, survivors similarly

I recently had the pleasure of joining the Ante Up crew on its poker cruise to Cozumel, Mexico. On board, there were daily tournaments...
Mark Brement - Coached Cornet - Ante Up Magazine

Every poker hand has a story to tell

I led a poker group for a little more than five years. We used to go around the table and share the results for...
Mark Brement - Coached Cornet - Ante Up Magazine

There are so many ways to improve

Poker is a complex game. Unlike most hobbies, success in this game is measured in money. A unique aspect of poker is that often...
Mark Brement - Coached Cornet - Ante Up Magazine

Here’s a mental exercise to plug leaks

I enjoy receiving emails from players, so if you happen to be reading this column while at the table, make a mental note to...
Mark Brement - Coached Cornet - Ante Up Magazine

Resolutions for 2018: Habits die hard

I’m absolutely positive anyone who reads this column is destined to have a winning year, so of course this column will address poker resolutions....
Mark Brement - Coached Cornet - Ante Up Magazine

Range plays a huge role in your poker action

Once upon a time, poker hands were analyzed in terms of the hand in question. Villain shoves and Hero calls with pocket jacks and...
Mark Brement - Coached Cornet - Ante Up Magazine

Thinking about going pro? Not so fast

Today’s game is solid. Most players at your table are amateurs. Though they’re not pros, they play the game well and have a primary...

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