With legions of poker players complaining about how cold it is at this year’s World Series of Poker, we at Cardplayer Lifestyle decided that it was time to investigate. We found that, indeed, this year’s installment of the WSOP is the coldest poker tournament on record! Our investigative reporting managed to get to the root of the problem as we found the official WSOP air conditioning technician. Read on to see our exclusive video interview with him and his recommended solution to fix the problem.
Recognizable by the ever-present skullcap, Ari Engel is one of poker’s true rising stars. In this exclusive interview with the 6-time World Series of Poker Circuit ring winner, Engel opens up about his Orthodox Jewish background, how he got into poker, the challenges of being an Orthodox Jewish poker player, and other fascinating info about his career poker successes thus far.
Who knew poker chips could have so much more meaning? In a departure from strictly thinking about poker chips as something of value while playing poker, the speaker in this inspirational Youtube video uses poker chips as a metaphor for confidence, which you can instill in your children. This is a must-watch for any parent, but especially one who enjoys poker.
As frequent visitors to this poker site know, part and parcel of living the cardplayer lifestyle also means doing a good bit of other gambling in casinos the world over. From time to time we’re happy to bring our readers some interesting stories, info, and other content related to non-poker gaming, such as roulette and blackjack. In particular, we found this infographic to be quite intriguing. Take a look for yourselves and see what you think.
This top 10 WWE superstars I’d hate to play poker with is the natural counterpart to my last post in which I listed the top 10 WWE superstars I’d love to play poker with. Here are the 10 wrestling personalities who I’d be very happy to never see playing across from me at a live poker table.
In this first-of-its-kind poker blog post, I list the 10 WWE Superstars, past and present, who I’d love to sit and play poker with in a live setting. A WWE and poker fan for upwards of 24 years, this would be an incredible experience to say the least. Read more to see who made my list, and then sound off in the comments or on our Facebook page with your thoughts.