While on the surface of things, it might appear that professional online poker players ‘live the life”, their lifestyle actually takes a good amount of work, effort, and money to maintain. In other words, there’s a lot more than meets the eye.
Read this article to understand what we mean by that.
Tilt can creep up on any player, no matter how experienced. Even if you’ve seen numerous bad beats in your life and have developed thick skin, as a human being you are inherently open to the potential of tilting while playing poker.
How to best avoid tilt? Have a look at this article for some valuable tips to keep you cool, calm and collected as often as possible while playing.
Is there an increased likelihood that online poker will be legalized on a federal level now that Donald Trump is the US President?
We examine the situation and try to answer precisely that question in this article.
Nothing bonds a group of friends together like playing in the same home game for years. When one of the players heads out to play in a big-time poker tournament, it goes without saying that the rest of the bunch will rally to support him. Often, however, it’s not possible to rail in person.
This is the story of how a group of home game players in Israel rallied together to virtually rail their buddy, Amnon Eisner (on WhatsApp), while he was playing in the 2017 Philadelphia Poker Classic Main Event, almost 6,000 miles away.
This originally started out as “just” a blog post, but I felt that since it marks one of the most momentous occasions since the inception of Cardplayer Lifestyle, it deserved a video as well.
I’ve quit my full-time job and have embarked on a journey of self-employment to do poker media work on Cardplayer Lifestyle. Read more about the beginning of a new era for me and you can also watch the video.
Together with my co-host Bruce Briggs, I recently had the great pleasure of interviewing ESPN poker commentator and funnyman Norman Chad on episode 282 of the Top Pair Home Game Poker Podcast.
We put a lot of time and effort into doing research prior to the interview to ensure that we covered topics not yet explored in-depth via other interviews Norman has done over the years. As such, we were thrilled to get some great laughs and new stories from Norman in this almost hour-long interview.
Listen to the interview, which starts at the 3:45-minute mark. A transcript is also available.