The World Series of Poker has announced that they’re looking to hire a number of dealers to work the tables at next summer’s bracelet events. Cardplayer Lifestyle gives you the scoop on the requirements, training required, and more.
Happy birthday to us! We’re celebrating 3 years online and couldn’t be happier going into our fourth! Here’s a rundown of some of our top accomplishments since our 2009 founding and a detailed look at how much we’ve grown since we published our first article.
Many offices and workspaces in the greater Tel Aviv area house thousands of Israelis employed in online poker-related ventures. Cardplayer Lifestyle brings you the story of these Israeli outfits, which keep bringing online poker to the world despite literally being surrounded by the sounds and sights of a real bona-fide war.
Marylanders rejoice! No longer will you have to drive out of state to get your poker fix. Live poker has just been legalized in Maryland at its 3 existing casinos. Another casino is slated to open in 2014, possibly with a WSOP-branded poker room as well. Cardplayer Lifestyle brings you additional details on this great news for poker players.
Almost 500 days have passed since the last hand was dealt at Full Tilt Poker. While Americans still don’t have the ability to play online poker legally nor access to their old Full Tilt Poker bankrolls, players from the rest of the world are set to get a multimillion-dollar cash infusion. The site’s relaunch is the talk of the poker world, and Cardplayer Lifestyle is here to give you all the details.
Within 24 hours Atlantic City casinos will close down for the second time in the span of 14 months due to a major weather-related incident. Hurricane Sandy is set to strike, and hard. Atlantic City poker fans interested in more details can find them in this article.