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Severin Rasset

PokerStars PowerUp: Discussing the Future of Poker with PokerStars’ Director of Poker, Severin Rasset

As PokerStars prepares for a beta launch of PowerUp, Cardplayer Lifestyle was recently given an opportunity to speak with Severin Rasset, Director of Poker Innovation and Operations at PokerStars.

We asked him about PowerUp’s role in the relationship between traditional poker, the increasing audio/visual complexity of modern gaming, and what the relationship between them means for the future of the game we love.

We hope you enjoy this exclusive interview.

PokerStars PowerUp

PokerStars PowerUp: Breaking Down A New Poker Experience For Recreational Players

The much-hyped PokerStars PowerUp game has finally made its official debut. We had a chance to test it at a special media event during the PokerStars Championship Barcelona festival.

Here’s an explanation of the new game, our thoughts about PowerUp and the general idea of e-sports mixed with poker, and our opinion on what effect the game’s debut will have on the greater poker ecosystem.

Stacking Chips

STACKING CHIPS DEBUTS: Casino Player’s WSOP Showcase

It’s always fun to see your name in print, so I’m thrilled to have the chance once again, as the all-new STACKING CHIPS insert will hit the stands at the Rio as part of Casino Player magazine’s special 2017 WSOP issue.

Read on for details about what you can expect in there content-wise, as well as who the other contributing writers are. Be sure to pick up your copy – it’s free!

Bernard Lee

Cheers to 10 Years of the Bernard Lee Poker Show

Longtime poker media member Bernard Lee is proudly celebrating the 10th anniversary of his eponymous poker radio show. He absolutely SHOULD be proud, having delivered a decade of awesome poker radio content to legions of fans all over the world.

To celebrate, Bernard will be doing bunches of giveaways over the next 10 months as well as have numerous special guests in his show, including poker legends and WSOP Main Event Champions.

Read on for more details, as well as for our words of tribute to a great poker lifer, Bernard Lee.