The thing about celebrities is that they’re obviously well recognized. Sometimes, however, their image is not one you’d want associated with your brand. With that in mind, here’s our list of 7 celebrities that ought not to be sponsored by any online poker brand. Let us know if you agree or disagree, and whether you would’ve suggested other celebrities to make the list.
Fans of online poker are hoping that it gets legalized and regulated soon in Pennsylvania. Once that happens, inevitably, online poker rooms will start promoting heavily. It’s likely that some might consider offering sponsorship deals to poker players who live in the Keystone State. With that in mind, have a look at our list of 5 players who ought to be considered for online poker room sponsorship.
Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) is booming and ads for DraftKings and FanDuel are seemingly everywhere. It’s understandable for the poker media to be paying attention to this phenomenon, as fantasy sports are naturally interesting to their poker playing fanbase. With that said, it’s imperative that poker media not transform itself into DFS media and risk alienating the poker audience.
The bubble has burst – and not the good kind, where if you’re still in the tournament you’ll make money. Use any imagery you want, but the fact of the matter is that there’s nowhere left to hide: vicious Odlanor malware now allows attackers to see your hole cards at PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker. If operators don’t want everyone fleeing, they better act fast.
This blog post is meant to act as an ode of thanks to everyone who has ever come to visit the site to consume our content. This poker blog couldn’t have succeeded without you. We’ve invested tons of time and effort into making this site worthy of your attention. You’ve repaid us in kind by supporting us for years. Now it’s time to put our money where our mouths are and TRULY thank you for your support. Have a look at the offer we’re presenting.
Poker personalities keep adding new breaths of fresh air to keep the game interesting. This op-ed examines the health of the game we all know and love and explains how, via the stories told by everyone who plays, including the big name professionals, the game itself will continue to remain interesting for a long, long time to come.