Pre-Flop Hand Reading

Improving Your Poker Game: Pre-Flop Hand Reading Understanding hand ranges helps you figure out what might be sitting in your opponent’s hand, and keeping track of hand combinations lets you calculate the various probabilities when playing poker games. Remember that you’re not playing against robots or computers like it sometimes happens when you’re in the…


How to Deal With Tricky Poker Players

How to Deal With Tricky Poker Players Poker players come in a number of varieties, shapes and forms, but a vast majority of them are pretty simple to read. They play their hands within a particular spectrum in specific situations. Their trend is passive, aggressive, loose, tight or a hybrid of some of those characteristics.…


Playing Online Poker at the World Series of Poker

What You Need to Know about Playing Online Poker at the World Series of Poker Free Wi-Fi access for players on newly installed infrastructure will facilitate the play of online poker at the 2015 WSOP. For the first time ever, players will be able to play online poker from their mobile devices while playing live…


A message from the CEO

First, let me thank you all for playing on Cafrino. We appreciate every one of our players. We try to make that point clear in all communications, whether it’s social media (Facebook andTwitter) or customer service and support. Our goal is to bring a completely legal… Read more

How to Beat Beginners at Poker

You might think that you shouldn’t need any skill to beat a beginner at the online poker tables, particularly if you have a number of months or years under your belt. Unfortunately, just as in any game, luck can play an important role, even if you’re the most seasoned player in the world. That guy…


Research Finds Internet Gambling “Not Predictive of Gambling Problems”

Scientific study indicates online gambling may have lower rate of problem gambling. In a new paper, Dr. Sally Gainsbury explores the relationship between online gambling and the newly defined medical condition of “disordered gambling.” She concludes that “internet gambling does not cause gambling problems in, and of, itself,” debunking the arguments presented by the Coalition…