It almost goes without saying: poker players love placing bets. With the 2017 World Series of Poker on the horizon, the poker world is collectively ready to put massive sums of money on the line.
To prepare you for a great summer, we’ve compiled a list of five great bets you ought to make during the 2017 WSOP.
It is with tremendous joy that I’m happy to announce that I’ll be returning to attend the World Series of Poker for the second year in a row.
In this post, I reflect upon my experiences last summer during my first WSOP, including a memorable dinner with some poker legends, as well as upon the year that has transpired since that time.
I’ll be in attendance at the Rio and around Las Vegas meeting great people in poker and scouring for some of the best stories our game has to offer.
Hope to see you there!
For those of us who harbor the dream of playing in a WSOP event but don’t have the requisite funds to buy in using our own limited bankrolls, it might seem like sitting at a WSOP-branded felt will forever be a pipe dream.
Not so fast! Here are 5 creative ways that you can collect enough money for a WSOP buy-in without having to break your own wallet.
Let us know which of them you like best – or, alternatively – if you’ve got a better idea.
During my first trip to the World Series of Poker, I filmed a number of clips, which I’ve compiled into a full-length video. It does quite a good job of documenting my experiences.
The smiles and happiness are genuine, and it brings me great pleasure to share them with you. If my WSOP video stirs your enthusiasm for poker, all I ask is that you consider spreading that joy with others. It warms my heart to see poker making people happy.
Pretty much every single poker fan has watched the World Series of Poker on TV. When you’ve been doing so for over a third of your life, but haven’t yet experienced it in person, you get serious FOMO.
My maiden trip out to the WSOP was full of incredible experiences, some of which I’ve documented in this blog post about what it’s like to walk around the Rio, and through it’s famed hallways.
I hope you enjoy.
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.