There’s much to be lauded about Jason Somerville’s efforts to get online poker regulated in the U.S. Recently, however, he made a CNBC appearance that had even some of his biggest fans wondering if he made the best possible impression – visually speaking.
This op-ed asks if the image we had of Jason Somerville on CNBC helps or hurts online poker’s chances of getting regulated. What do you think?
Late in 2015 PokerStars rolled out a slew of changes to their VIP program. These changes radically altered the “rakeback” that online poker pros would get for their play. With many high-stakes and high-volume professional online poker players dependent on the income they get from promotions such as these, it begs the question as to whether money could still be made once the high rakeback disappeared.
Dan Smith Tweeted out a question that sparked a heated debate over the last few days within the pro community. Read all about it, plus our analysis of the situation. Perhaps it’s no longer possible to make money as an online poker pro on PokerStars?
For those of us who harbor the dream of playing in a WSOP event but don’t have the requisite funds to buy in using our own limited bankrolls, it might seem like sitting at a WSOP-branded felt will forever be a pipe dream.
Not so fast! Here are 5 creative ways that you can collect enough money for a WSOP buy-in without having to break your own wallet.
Let us know which of them you like best – or, alternatively – if you’ve got a better idea.
There are tons of HUDs out there that have poker odds calculators which can assist you with online poker, but they all run afoul of efforts by operators to ban third-party software. Until now.
Probably Poker runs on your mobile phone, and uses special technology to capture all the action at your online poker table. It then crunches the numbers to give you better info on which to base your next moves.
Read on for a full review of this unique, interesting new poker app.
The titanic vessel that is PokerStars will finally make landfall at at the United States after five long years. The destination? New Jersey. Licensed and regulated, PokerStars NJ is ready to roll. The question is: will they succeed? The marketing experts with boatloads of cash to spend will have their best promotions in place. Americans can rejoice, as they don’t even need to live in New Jersey to play. They just have to be located there. This op-ed examines the potential extent of PokerStars in the Garden State.
I you want to make sure you never get disqualified from a poker tournament, you best take heed of the advice we offer you in this list. Just a general tip for not getting disqualified: just act normally! For the other three tips, you’ll have to read on.