Being a poker pro has not only provided Chris Wallace with the means of making a living. It’s also equipped him with a number of life skills, some of which he shares with us in this article.
Today’s advanced technology has enabled online poker to be more accessible than ever before. Here’s an article explaining how simple it is to get set up for online poker play.
From online poker developments to live poker developments, it would seem that 2021 is primed to be another interesting year in the poker world.
Calum Grant takes a look into his crystal ball to make five predictions for what the poker world can expect to happen next year.
In this post we review Texas Hold’em Questions’ continuation betting course. Offering good value for the £299 sticker price (10% discount using code CPL), this course makes for a good investment for serious poker players currently playing NL $25 and up.
Bernard Lee welcomes poker pro David Williams to the show to discuss the latter’s decision to compete on Season 7 of the popular television show MasterChef.
On this week’s episode of Poker Headlines, Gillian is joined by lawyer-turned-poker pro Paul Smith. They discuss the upcoming Daniel Negreanu vs Doug Polk Grudge Match and Doug Polk’s latest Twitter Rampage.
Other topics include, Mike Postle vs Veronica Brill: Mike Postle filed a $330 Million Defamation Lawsuit against whistleblower Veronica Brill and others, plus Germany creates new online poker rules, and more!
The guest on this week’s episode is Chris “Fox” Wallace, a WSOP Bracelet winner, Cardplayer Lifestyle contributor, and great friend of RecPoker. He has authored No Limits, The Fundamentals of No-Limit Hold’em and more recently, Short Stack Ninja: Tournament Strategy From A Professional Poker Coach which is the book for the next RecPoker book study.
While online poker operator game integrity teams are always on the lookout for potential cheaters, it’s important that you — as a player — keep your wits about you and be wary of suspicious behavior. Three forms of cheating in particular, bots, ghosting, and collusion, are something you should be cognizant of.
Many poker players also enjoy other casino table games, such as blackjack and baccarat. It’s thus nice that a number of poker skills are transferrable, such that you can have a better chance of succeeding at the casino gaming felt.
A brief overview of some of the more popular card game variants on offer in India, including Teen Patti, Andar Bahar, and Rummy.
Our Senior contributor George Epstein details three main different types of tells you’ll see at the poker tables and lists a number of behaviors that your table mates may exhibit to illustrate such tells.
In this article, Ivan Potocki lists the top 10 reasons why it’s worth signing up for Red Chip Poker’s PRO membership.
Red Chip Poker has long been a premier poker training site, and at $50 a month (or just $495 a year) their PRO offering gives tremendous value for those looking to improve their poker game,
In this poker strategy article, Sky Matsuhashi offers four excellent tips for how you can train yourself to control tilt. By following Sky’s instructions, you’ll likely save yourself from losing a lot more money at the tables.
Lynn Gilmartin is an Australian actress, poker player, and host of the World Poker Tour (WPT). We last hand Lynn on in January of 2020 to talk about her efforts in responding to the Australian fires.
While only 9 months ago, it feels like a decade, so it was time to catch up with Lynn on her life (including successful acting auditions) and her reflections on Mike Sexton. We also get to hear a bit of Lynn’s back story growing up and her journey into hosting a poker tour.
While Texas Hold’em and Omaha will remain the most popular poker variants for a long time to come, 2-7 Triple Draw can offer plenty of enjoyment, too.
In this article I list five reasons why you ought to give 2-7 Triple Draw a try next time you sit down to play a session of poker.
Bernard Lee interviews Jeff Platt and David Williams, who were the commentators on the 2020 WSOP Online Poker Summer Series Main Event held on GGpoker.
Our Senior contributor George Epstein looks at “gambling” vs. “gaming” and examines which of the two categories poker best fits into. The answer may surprise you!
After 11 years on the air, the Top Pair Home Game Poker Podcast has recorded its final episode, #365. Co-hosts Bruce Briggs and Robbie Strazynski take an hour to reminisce about all the highlights, favorite moments, and top tier interviewees, and to thank guests, contributors, and listeners.
Bruce shares the story of how the show began, with then-co-host Eric Nelson. Robbie talks about how he joined as the new co-host in 2014. This episode is the first ever time Robbie and Bruce are actually seeing one another (virtually), after having been exclusively an audio podcast.
Tadas Peckaitis believes that for the most part you’d be wasting your time trying play money poker games online. He can only think of three legitimate reasons why you should try such a thing, and he lists them in this article.
On this episode of the Bernard Lee Poker Show, Bernard speaks with 2009 World Series of Poker Main Even champion Joe Cada, who remembers his friend, runner up Darvin Moon, who recently passed away.
Never failing to generate controversy, the Poker Hall of Fame has not inducted any new members in 2020, making 2021 a year in which there are numerous suitable candidates.
This article lists 7 potential nominees to the Poker Hall of Fame.
In this article we list four of the top poker rooms that can be found across the world. These include the Wynn in Las Vegas, the Portomaso Casino in Malta, Dusk Till Dawn in the UK, and Holland Casino in Amsterdam.
A list of five common mistakes you should avoid making when considering where and how to play online poker.
A list of four simple tips to follow when playing casino games that can help you limit your losses and lengthen your gaming time.
On this episode of the RecPoker Podcast, the panel speaks with 3-time WSOP bracelet winner Dutch Boyd. After receiving substantial media attention during his deep run on the 2003 World Series of Poker Main Event, where he finished in 12th place, Dutch went on to found a group of young poker players called The Crew that achieved notable success.
On Episode #364 of the Top Pair Home Game Poker podcast, Robbie discusses his final in-person home game before lockdown while Bruce reflects on the beauty of off-felt friendships created by home games.
Plus, Ben Ludlow’s final One Outer, as he wishes the podcast audience farewell.
To honor the passing of the late Darvin Moon, Bernard Lee relives his two interviews with the beloved Maryland logger, which took place back in 2009 and 2010.
Extra, extra read all about it… not online, but in a poker magazine. There are a few great poker magazines out there these days and they contain fantastic articles, strategy pieces, and in-depth poker content. You should certainly flip through a few when you’ve got the time but we encourage you to pick one and subscribe. Which one? Take your pick…
On the cusp of launching Pokercode, a first-of-its kind poker training community, Fedor Holz joins us for an interview. Beyond telling us all about the new product, he shares what fuels him now that he’s reached the pinnacle of poker.
Some inspiring answers from a 20-something who on the one hand has already accomplished so much, but on the other hand has big dreams left to fulfill with his whole life still ahead of him.
Whereas live poker is illegal in Japan — although the game does get played there under limited conditions — online poker is offered to Japanese by sites based elsewhere in the world, such as Bons Casino.