Tony Dunst and Bryan Devonshire

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Our Poker column puts readers in touch with the experts for the thinking behind the trickiest and most challenging poker hands. World Poker Tour (WPT) professional and television analyst Tony Dunst, along with other WPT players, break down the tactics and strategy used by some of the most prominent players in the world.

Poker Samples

A big hand at the WSOP Six Max

My favorite event at the World Series of Poker is the $5,000 No-Limit Six Max, not only because I won a bracelet taking down that event in 2011, but because I like the way action plays on the smaller tables.

How one mistake altered the course of poker history

In poker, mistakes happen every day. That's exactly what happened at the 2012 World Series of Poker in a hand between Gaelle Baumann, one of the few remaining females in the field at the time, and Hungarian Andras Koroknai.

Timely bluff reaps a pivotal WSOP pot

This year's World Series of Poker has so far been an enjoyable return to tournament play for me. Event 8, the $1,500 buy-in "Millionaire Maker" with $1 million guaranteed to first place, was my first event of the series, and it proved to be an exc...

How to survive the WSOP's Main Event marathon

The Main Event of the World Series of Poker is an absolute poker marathon: multiple day ones, multiple day twos, and the final table is on day eight. In 2011, I made a deep run in the Main Event.

Celebrating the 25th anniversary of Hellmuth's WSOP triumph

Phil Hellmuth Jr. is the most decorated player in World Series of Poker history. In May, the WSOP celebrated the 25th anniversary of Hellmuth's historic win.

Math skills no substitute for people-reading skills

In an increasingly competitive world, most of us stick to our strengths and do what we know best.

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