The WSOP has released it’s list of 10 finalist nominees for the 2017 class of the Poker Hall of Fame. While all of them are deserving of induction, the only lock is Phil Ivey. As for the others, it’s anyone’s guess.
This op-ed analyzes the list of the nine other nominees and picks apart which of them are most likely to get nominated. Dave DevilFish Ulliot is perhaps the most deserving player, but he might get “snubbed” by a deserving nominee from the builder category, like Mori Eskandani.
With debate once again raging about how the World Series of Poker Player of the Year formula is messed up, James Guill latched on to two-time WSOP POY Daniel Negreanu’s proposals for changes and tweaks them to reflect a more balanced point distribution mechanism.
Do you think James’ proposals would work? Have a look and have your say in the comments section.
While we can’t stress enough that you shouldn’t be playing online poker for real money on unregulated sites, the fact is that a lot of people out there will do so anyhow. For that reason, the least we can help you out with is tips for how to keep your namkroll as safe as possible.
Be sure to keep your wits about you and check out our article on how to keep your bankroll safe on unregulated online poker sites.
The PokerVision Network is all set to debut with a whole slew of new poker-related content to be broadcast for fans to enjoy. Aspiring to offer poker fans and aficionados unprecedented engagement, we look into what the new network is all about and what we can expect to see once they officially launch.
These days, when you think “online poker room” you probably only think about PokerStars. It makes sense; after all, they’re the world leader by far. 888poker might also come to mind, as a solid #2. But what ever happened to partypoker? They used to be the dominant force in the online poker marketplace. Nowadays? They’re a distant seventh place…
For partypoker to become more relevant and join in the conversation again, they ought to try some new strategies like the ones outlines in this op-ed.
Poker might have started in the United States, but it’s obviously a global game nowadays. There are plenty of instances where you’ll find foreigners joining you at the tables in poker rooms across America.
Here are a couple stories that happened to me a few years back involving foreigners, which I enjoy telling.