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.
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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.
You’re sitting around the table with your home game buddies and someone wants to add a little spice to the evening, so they announce “it’s time for some deuces wild poker!” The mood immediately lifts, and everyone gets all excited. Wouldn’t it be great to be able to play deuces wild poker at the World Series of Poker and even be able to win a bracelet in the popular poker discipline? Here are 10 reasons why it’s time for deuces wild poker to make it’s debut at the WSOP.
A tidal wave of disappointment swept through the Rio as Daniel Negreanu got eliminated from the 2015 WSOP Main Event in 11th place. Then again, there are plenty of reasons why poker fans around the world should take heart and not be disappointed. Have a look at our list of 7 reasons why.