Seasoned cash game players Roy Cooke, Andrew Neeme, Brad Owen, and Tim “The Trooper97” Watts form our panel of poker experts this month to provide their best tips to players heading to Las Vegas during the World Series of Poker specifically to play cash games.
These veterans of the Las Vegas-based poker scene have a unique and expert perspective as locals and their tips to visiting players will certainly offer plenty of unparalleled value.
Playing in your first ever World Series of Poker event is a memory that players typically treasure forever. There’s no feeling like getting ready to take your seat in one of the Rio’s cavernous ballrooms among thousands of other poker players.
But what happens when you forget your ID?
Mike Patrick has one hell of a story for you, as he had to race around Las Vegas for his tournament life. Buckle up!
Many poker players of more modest means hesitate to make a trip out to the WSOP as they feel under-rolled. In this article, we aim to show that even a four-figure bankroll gives you ample opportunity to compete at the World Series of Poker and have a great time.
Especially as this summer will mark the 50th annual WSOP, it makes for a great time to take a shot and head out to Las Vegas.
The WSOP Europe is undoubtedly a prestigious poker event series, yet it’s also lacking in variety. Only hold’em and omaha variants are offered as bracelet events, when there’s room for so many additional variants on the schedule.
This article lists a number of suggested events that could be added to the WSOP Europe schedule in the coming years.
In celebration of Daniel Negreanu’s 44th birthday, we’ve put together a list of the top 10 things we loved about his 2018 World Series of Poker vlog.
For 46 straight days, we were treated to entertaining videos giving us an inside look into the life and experiences of Kid Poker at the biggest poker event of the year. This list is our thank you to Daniel, for taking us along for the ride.
While Phil Hellmuth continues to prove the haters wrong, recently adding a 15th WSOP bracelet to his career total, a number of players have “kept pace with him,” also having managed to win five since Phil won his 10th over a decade ago.
This article lists those players and looks at other players who, if they can continue to sustain their bracelet-winning pace, might give Phil Hellmuth a run for his money in the future. That assumes, of course, that Hellmuth will slow down, which might never happen.