Tag: Mark Brement

Mark Brement - Coached Cornet - Ante Up Magazine
Mark Brement

Even poker’s best make mistakes

Hall-of-Fame baseball player Mickey Mantle once said, “It’s unbelievable how much you don’t know about the game you’ve been playing all your life.” Let’s not kid ourselves: Poker is a complex game and takes skill. At my poker class at Pima, I used to ask students what they thought the luck-vs.-skill ratio is. Typical answers […]

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Mark Brement - Coached Cornet - Ante Up Magazine
Mark Brement

Be sure to get off to a good start in poker tourneys

Substantial edge exists for a player who’s playing to win the event as opposed to many players who are focused on making the money. There might even be 50 percent of the field that comes into a big event with the wrong mind-set. These players are solid players, however for one reason or another, have […]

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Mark Brement - Coached Cornet - Ante Up Magazine
Mark Brement

Be prepared for summer poker

Summer is here and we know what that means: Get ready for some poker. Projections are more than 100,000 players will converge on Las Vegas for the popular summer series there and great ring-game action. There are obvious distinctions between players who come prepared and those who don’t. Hopefully, a few tips will help Ante […]

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Mark Brement - Coached Cornet - Ante Up Magazine
Mark Brement

Get net-sum game on your side

If aggressive play isn’t part of your arsenal, the math won’t let you be a winner. Opponents will fold to your bets and you won’t

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Mark Brement - Coached Cornet - Ante Up Magazine
Mark Brement

If you fail to plan, then plan to fail

There are several traits of my students who show significant improvement after signing up for my course. One that really stands out is, they do what I ask. MENTAL AND PHYSICAL FITNESS: If chess masters have a host of coaches and endeavor to be ready to play, I submit this trait is just as significant […]

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