Who Will Step Up and Offer the Best Poker Job in the World?

This poker blog post is a follow-up to the successful op-ed I penned a couple months ago, where I proposed an idea for how to revitalize the “dying game of poker”, namely through a contest offering the Best Poker Job in the World. I just had an “aha moment”, however, where I became convinced that the idea could be implemented in a different, and possibly better, more appropriate, way. Want the details? Read on.

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5 Irish Poker Success Stories

In poker circles, Ireland is known for a lot more than Guinness, lucky four-leaf clovers, and such. Which Irish poker players have found their pot o’ gold at the end of the rainbow? In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, we thought it would be a good idea to take a closer look. Grab a pint and have a jolly good read.

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A Guaranteed Way to Revive the Dying Game of Poker

Joe Hachem thinks poker is dying. He thinks not enough is being done to promote the game and that people don’t think poker is fun anymore. There’s a lot of truth to his statements, but that doesn’t mean the game of poker is doomed. We’ve got a great idea that’s guaranteed to revive interest in a dying game of poker. It’ll not only generate incredible buzz, but if the right people emerge to help promote the game, poker may yet see another big boom. Want to know what the idea is? Read on…

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The Top 10 Most Frustrating Things in Poker

The thrill of victory, the agony of defeat, and, in between, some of the most frustrating experiences possible for a game to provide. That’s poker in a nutshell and we’ve compiled a list of the 10 most frustrating things in poker. Every poker player, whether pro or recreational, has experienced many of these frustrations firsthand at one time or another. It ain’t fun, but it’s certainly worth looking up and down the list to see if you agree with our picks.

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3 Reasons Why U.S. Poker’s Best Days Are Yet To Come

Americans are hearing the word “poker” and starting to smile again. For the first tie in what seems like ages, the news is more good than bad concerning the game we all know and love. Though U.S. poker has surely been on the decline over the past couple of years, specifically since Black Friday, the winds of change are here and good fortune lies ahead. If you’re an American poker player, you’ll see that the best days are yet to come. Read on to find out why.

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Why I’m Rooting for Jay Farber to Win the 2013 WSOP Main Event

As the November Nine is about to begin, we select Jay Farber as the player to root for. Though the reasons are plenty to cheer on anyone at the final table, Farber in particular is deserving of the casual poker fan and recreational player’s consideration. Read on to find out why.

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