In our latest “Get to Know the Poker Media” interview, we speak with Stephen Bartley. Best known for his exceptional work on the PokerStars blog, it’s time to take a peek at the man behind the byline.
Having met Stephen at the 2016 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure over drinks, I only wished I had had more quality time to spend with him. I’m happy he agreed to do this interview and I very much enjoyed learning more about him. I hope you all will, too.
The latest subject of our “Get to Know the Poker Media” series is Mo Nuwwarah. Having worked for PokerNews for the last few years, most consumers of poker content are familiar with his work, if not his name.
It’s time to learn about the man behind the byline, his personal story, what he enjoys so much about his chosen profession, and his ambitions for the future.
Hope you all enjoy the interview!
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.
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.
Even some poker writers who’ve been in the industry for more than a decade can have some fascinating stories to tell about their time prior to entering the business. One such poker writer is David Huber.
In our latest installment of the “Get to Know the Poker Media” series, David tells us what he loves so much about poker, speaks with passion about his desire for the game to keep growing, and tells us about a storied life prior to getting into the business of poker writing.
I hope you enjoy the interview.
James Guill’s poker witticisms and playful, good-natured ribbing always make me smile. His unique writing style is immensely enjoyable, and can be found on numerous websites, including right here at Cardplayer Lifestyle.
A great poker industry friend of mine, it was through wanting to interview James that the idea of doing this “Get to Know the Poker Media” series came to me. I hope you all enjoy this interview as much as I have.