If you frequently travel to casinos to play poker, you might fall into routines that could end up costing you. It pays to keep expenses low, take advantage of special offers, and enjoy the scenery outside the poker room.
Veteran poker traveler Chad Holloway put together a great list of tips to help you squeeze the most value out of your poker trips. It’s some solid advice that quite literally pays to heed.
Sadly, we’re not all destined to win huge jackpots. Some of us get lucky in Powerball, while others hit slot jackpots and still others are fortunate enough to take part in a bad bead jackpot in a poker room.
After 16 years of playing in casinos, Chad Holloway still hasn’t managed to score a jackpot. He shares his close misses as well as his lucky numbers (which, considering that he hasn’t won, you might not want to use) with you in this post.
Who out there wouldn’t be happy to improve their poker game? Well-known pros and WSOP bracelet winners Doug Polk and Ryan Fee have put together a great poker training site in Upswing Poker. In particular, their Advanced Heads-Up Mastery course is a wonderful learning tool to help you improve your poker game.
In a nutshell, we think that signing up for the course is a no-brainer. Check out our full, thorough review of Upswing Poker’s Advanced Heads-Up Mastery course.
The Raiders have moved to Las Vegas. The city will also debut a new NHL franchise, the Golden Knights. In light of these developments, and with poker players loving sports betting so much, Chad Holloway hopes that betting on sports will soon become legal throughout the United States.
Mike Leah has been a top professional poker player for close to a decade now. He continues his winning ways and still has plenty of motivation to win big at poker.
In this interview, we cover topics ranging from Mike’s latest wins to his 2017 poker goals, and ask him about his new PPI Poker sponsorship deal.