Typically, experience and expertise are things worth paying a premium for. It’s time for the WSOP to change the status quo and do the same, as far as dealer compensation is concerned.
This blog post calls for poker players to sign a petition, asking that the WSOP begin rewarding their dealers based on experience and excellence. It is my sincere hope that you support the initiative.
After having experienced so much while attending my first World Series of Poker, I know that it’s going to take me numerous blog posts to share all of the details and stories with you.
Here, then, is an overview of sorts regarding the type of “coverage” you can expect to see over the coming weeks. I look forward to publishing all my stories for your entertainment and enjoyment.
Of course, I also hope that I’ll be able to look forward to more WSOP visits in the future. After the amazing time I had, one year’s worth of experiences don’t even come close to scratching the itch. 🙂
These are plenty of great, talented people who’ve chosen to make a career in poker writing. English is the mother tongue of most of these writers, but a number of them – while they speak English – actually produce their poker content in other languages.
One such poker writer is Frank Op de Woerd, best known for his work with PokerNews.nl. He was kind enough to grant us an interview for the latest installment in our “Get to Know the Poker Media” series.
There are plenty of people out there who love playing both poker and blackjack. With that said, there are certain skills and characteristics that make the games distinct from one another.
Have a look at how we compare and contrast poker and blackjack in this article and come to your own conclusions about which game you prefer.
While enjoying a massage at the World Series of Poker, I came to an epiphany, which I’d like to share with you all. While the idea of getting a poker massage isn’t revolutionary or a “big deal” in any sense, I decided to write about my first one in order to document the lessons I learned.
Hopefully you’ll appreciate them and take them to heart.
Poker Hall of Famer Mike Sexton was kind enough to allow me to interview him in person on Facebook Live at the 2016 World Series of Poker. We talked about his new book, “Life’s a Gamble” as well as his storied career as an ambassador in the poker world.
For those of you who couldn’t catch us live, here’s the video interview , along with a summarized transcript.
As my first ever World Series of Poker looms on the horizon, I feel the need to express to all of you what it means to finally be able to attend. I tell you about growing up, visiting Las Vegas; how gambling and poker got into my blood in the first place.
My Dad plays a big role – and it’s poignant to publish this on Father’s Day, as he’ll be joining me in Las Vegas.
Buckle your seat belts, everyone. Join me as I take you on a 13-year-long journey to the WSOP.
If you’re planning a poker trip in the near future, it pays to go equipped, not just with enough money, but with the right tools to ensure that you’ll have a good time, regardless of whether you’re winning or losing. We’ve got a list of three great tips for you, which can go a long way towards ensuring you’ll have a great time on your next poker trip.
There are tons of HUDs out there that have poker odds calculators which can assist you with online poker, but they all run afoul of efforts by operators to ban third-party software. Until now.
Probably Poker runs on your mobile phone, and uses special technology to capture all the action at your online poker table. It then crunches the numbers to give you better info on which to base your next moves.
Read on for a full review of this unique, interesting new poker app.
If you thought that the only thing the WSOP and Canada have in common was the prominence of poker superstar Daniel Negreanu, you’ve got another thing coming to you.
Have a look at our fun list of 5 surprising similarities between Canada and the WSOP and be prepared for a nice chuckle or two.