Poker is a universally appreciated game played all over the world. As such, the media coverage it gets is in numerous languages, not just English. When it comes to Spanish-language coverage, Brian Saslavchik has it covered, as he’s the General Coordinator of CardPlayer Latin America.
Brian is the latest interviewee in our “Get to Know the Poker Media” series. Once you read his story, you’ll certainly have a deeper appreciation of his work as well as of Spanish-language poker coverage in Latin America in general.
While poker will always be an American game, our neighbors up in the Great White North have plenty to contribute at and away from the felt. One such contributor is Lane Anderson, best known as the Editor of PokerNews Canada.
Let’s learn more about him and what brought him to the game we all know and love, and keep in mind the important message about women in poker that he wants all poker players to be more aware of.
One of poker’s great writers, Steve Ruddock, is the subject of our next “Get to Know the Poker Media” interview. Learn all about the man who has excelled in producing top poker content on every subject including poker history, legal and regulatory developments in the online poker world, and much more.
As with all great poker writer’s, Steve’s backstory is an interesting one, and I’m sure you’ll enjoy reading about him and his pursuits aside from poker writing.
Along with my Top Pair Home Game Poker Podcast co-host Bruce Briggs, I recently interviewed Lee Jones, the Director of Poker Communications at PokerStars. Lee is also a publisher poker book author and, of course, a home game enthusiast. He tells us some home game tales, as well as all about his role as a “Poker Evangelist” in Episode 267 of our podcast. Listen to the whole episode, which includes the interview with Lee starting at the 18-minute mark. You can also read the summarized transcript.
After having completed an eight-and-a-half year stint at PokerNews, Donnie Peters is ready to move on to his next challenge. Before he exits stage left to assume his new role as a Marketing Manager at the World Poker Tour, Donnie was kind enough to agree to be the next interviewee in our “Get to Know the Poker Media” series.
Longtime fans of his work, be it his live reporting, op-ed and feature articles, audio work on the PokerNews Podcast, or video content on Poker Central’s Prime Time Poker Report, will surely enjoy learning more about Donnie.
It’s time to shine the spotlight on another great poker writer – hope you all enjoy!
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.