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.
When you think of a home game, you often think of a fun, rowdy crowd of friends enjoying themselves around the poker table. Tight nits tend to be the exception at home games, but sometimes playing tight is precisely the right strategy to employ in order to come out a winner.
Have a look at our reasons why your friends might be playing like nits during a home game.
While it’s obvious that readers of this blog love poker, we all have other hobbies and activities that we enjoy. Some of us, for instance, are fond of antiquing.
As with many areas in life, skills you hone at the poker table can prove useful away from the felt. If you’re into antiquing, you’ll probably appreciate our list of 5 poker skills that could serve you well as you engage in it.
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?