Saturday, 23 November 2013

Pokerology.com Review By Tim

My name is Tim and I’m the editor-in-chief at Pokerology.com. I’d like to start this blog post by thanking Rosh for his generosity in inviting me to write about our website and what we have to offer. Thanks Rosh!

Pokerology.com is a free poker strategy website aimed at beginners and intermediate players. The centrepiece of our site is our poker school, where you’ll find a selection of poker lessons, covering beginner basics and fundamental poker concepts. Even if you’re not a complete newbie, re-dedicating yourself to playing well can only beneficial.

In addition to the written content, we have hours of free video content too. Not everyone learns by reading, which is why many of our poker lessons are accompanied by video tutorials. Our video library section also includes a variety of sessions, most of which are from micro-stakes games. These are a great resource for beginners and there are object lessons that you can take away from each of these segments.

Our poker school is the main focus of our website but we also have many high-quality and original articles by some of the best poker writers around. These are grouped into categories but a good starting point (particularly if you’re new to the site) is to check out the ‘Editor’s Choice’ section, which includes my own pick of the best articles from those we have published in recent years.

To find out more about Pokerology.com then please come and visit the website. I hope you like what you see, and if you do then feel free to sign-up and become a member. It’s completely free to join – there are no subscriptions or fees, and no annoying adverts. If you know of any friends or family who are interested in learning how to play poker, then please consider recommending Pokerology.com.


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