5 different types of poker where you only face one opponent

A friend recently challended me on my poker knowledge and thought he could get the better of me when he asked if I could name four different varieites of poker in which you’d only face one opponent. After understanding that humans were not the only type of opponent allowed, I quickly rattled off not four, but five different types of poker in which you face only one opponent. Think you can figure them all out by yourself? Take a guess, then check out the list.

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Daniel Negreanu Goes All-in to Bring NHL Hockey to Las Vegas

As a very vocal member of an investor group looking to bring NHL hockey to Las Vegas, Daniel Negreanu is, yet again, doing something great for the game of poker. With a look towards the future and what we can expect, assuming Negreanu et al.’s bid for Las Vegas-based NHL hockey is successful, we bring you the news and suggest a name for the new franchise that’s quite simply the perfect fit.

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Interview with Lead World Poker Tour Reporter BJ Nemeth

Here at the Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog we like to bring you stories about the unique and interesting personalities that make up the poker community. One such special person is BJ Nemeth, who occupies the esteemed role of Lead Rporter for the World Poker Tour. In this iexclusive interview, we sit with BJ and ask him about his life, his poker reporting work, his hobbies and passions away from the job, and much more. Get ready to be enchanted by one of the most fascinating and eclectic individuals you’ll ever meet. We know you’ll love this in-depth look at the life of BJ Nemeth.

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A Recreational Poker Player’s Guide to Playing Poker in Prague

The Internet is full of recommendations for things to do when you visit Prague, but here at the Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog, we like to look at vacationing through poker-tinted lenses. While on a recent three-day trip to Prague, I made sure to take in the local poker scene. As it was somewhat tought to find information about Prague poker online prior to the trip, I made sure I experienced a lot while there in terms of poker with a goal in mind of compiling this guide for recreational players to use when playing poker in Prague, It’s packed with plenty of useful information that you simply shouldn’t be without when anteing up at the Czech felt. Enjoy, and be sure to share this guide with any poker fan headed to Prague in the future.

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My 10 Poker and Poker Blog Goals for 2015

As many successful poker players set goals for themselves at the start of each year, I, too, believe that doing so helps me focus on concrete things to accomplish over the course of the following 12 months. It’s almost not worth making a list of goals for oneself if you’re not going to aim high. So, with that in mind, have a look at my list of 10 poker and poker blog goals I hope to achieve in 2015. I’d be happy to hear what you think about it and to have your support.

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Assessing My Top 10 Poker and Poker Blog Goals for 2014

At the outset of 2014, for the first time ever, I set 10 poker and poker blog goals for myself. While I’ve achieved some of them and have failed with others, my experience throughout the year striving to reach those goals I set has only been positive. Setting the poker and poker blog goals has helped me focus on concrete things to accomplish in 2014. In this post I honestly assess how I did over the last year and try to learn from both the failures and the successes.

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