When you love live poker and play it as much as Calum Grant, you can develop withdrawal after not having it be part of your life for a couple months.
In this article, Calum shares how badly he misses live poker, while also telling the story of a friend whose long-awaited Las Vegas poker trip was also put on indefinite hiatus.
While poker’s biggest events have already played themselves out in 2019, a handful of buzzworthy ones are set to pack some serious action into the fourth quarter of the year, including the World Series of Poker Europe and many others.
There’s still a while to go until the end of 2019, but the year has already seen tons of incredible poker moments. In this op-ed Calum Grant lists his top 10. See if you agree with the ones he’s picked.
Canadian poker pro Patrick Serda scored a big win at the 2018 WPT Montreal Main Event, earning his second-largest cash to date along with a championship belt, a seat at the Season XVII WPT Tournament of Champions, and all the prestige accorded to the exclusive club of WPT title winners. Here’s the recap of what went down and Serda’s path to victory.
Do you remember the time when you hit your first royal flush? It’s usually a story that’ll be burned in your memory forever. Calum Grant just hit his first live royal at a pub poker tournament with his mates in the UK. Here’s the story of how the hand unfolded, and of how much he won (or didn’t manage to win).
UK student poker enthusiast Calum Grant feels that the poker scene in the UK is rather stagnant and in need of an infusion of new action and excitement. In this op-ed, he argues that Short Deck poker could be the catalyst for this to happen, and explains why introducing the game to UK poker rooms is beneficial to players and casinos alike.